a mineral, double carbonate of calcium and barium, CaCO 3 ⋅BaCO 3 , usually found in veins of lead minerals.
an 18th-century stringed instrument with six bowed strings and several additional strings that vibrate sympathetically. Historical Examples Haydn’s magnificent patron and master played the baryton, and it was one of his duties to write pieces for it. Haydn John F. Runciman An amusing story is told of Kraft, the Eisenstadt ‘cellist, at this time, who […]
baritone. having the last syllable unaccented. a barytone word. a male voice or voice part intermediate between tenor and bass. a singer with such a voice. a large, valved brass instrument shaped like a trumpet or coiled in oval form, used especially in military bands. of or relating to a baritone; having the compass of […]
barzillai of iron. (1.) A Meholathite, the father of Adriel (2 Sam. 21:8). (2.) A Gileadite of Rogelim who was distinguished for his loyalty to David. He liberally provided for the king’s followers (2 Sam. 17:27). David on his death-bed, remembering his kindness, commended Barzillai’s children to the care of Solomon (1 Kings 2:7). (3.) […]
Jacques (Martin) 1907–2012, U.S. historian, educator, and writer, born in France. Contemporary Examples In the autumn 1944 issue of the journal Chimera: A Literary Quarterly, Barzun published “In Memoriam: R.H.P., 1907-1944.” Remembering Jacques Barzun Remembering Robert Pitney Paul Devlin October 29, 2012 “An invincible modesty—not shyness—held him back,” wrote Barzun. Remembering Jacques Barzun Remembering Robert […]