Definition of Timbre. Meaning of Timbre. Synonyms of Timbre

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Definition of Timbre

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Timber Tim"ber, n. [Probably the same word as timber sort of wood; cf. Sw. timber, LG. timmer, MHG. zimber, G. zimmer, F. timbre, LL. timbrium. Cf. Timmer.] (Com.) A certain quantity of fur skins, as of martens, ermines, sables, etc., packed between boards; being in some cases forty skins, in others one hundred and twenty; -- called also timmer. [Written also timbre.]
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Timber Tim"ber, n. [F. timbre. See Timbre.] (Her.) The crest on a coat of arms. [Written also timbre.]
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Timbre Tim"bre, n. See 1st Timber.
Timbre
Timbre Tim"bre, n. [F., a bell to be struck with a hammer, sound, tone, stamp, crest, in OF., a timbrel. Cf. Timbrel.] 1. (Her.) The crest on a coat of arms. 2. (Mus.) The quality or tone distinguishing voices or instruments; tone color; clang tint; as, the timbre of the voice; the timbre of a violin. See Tone, and Partial tones, under Partial.

Meaning of Timbre from wikipedia

- In music, timbre (/ˈtæmbər, ˈtɪm-/ TAM-bər, TIM-), also known as tone color or tone quality (from psychoacoustics), is the perceived sound quality of a...
- Monotimbral (from the root prefix mono meaning one, and timbre meaning a specific tone of a sound independent of its pitch) is usually used in reference...
- Timber Timbre is a Canadian music group, featuring Taylor Kirk. The moniker refers to an early series of recordings made in a timber-framed cabin set in...
- In ancien regime France, papier timbré (French pronunciation: ​[papje tɛ̃bʁe], stamped paper) was paper with a special revenue stamp that was compulsory...
- Timbre Cierpke, better known as Timbre, is an American musician, composer, harpist, singer and songwriter based in Nashville, Tennessee. Timbre fronts...
- sing her top notes full-throated, with timbre and dynamic control. In opera, the tessitura, vocal weight, and timbre of voices, and the roles they sing,...
- The Royal Mint of Spain (Spanish: Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre – Real Casa de la Moneda, lit. 'National Coinage and Stamp FactoryRoyal Mint'...
- Timbre is the perceived sound quality of a musical note, sound or tone. It may also refer to: Timbre (album), by Sophie B. Hawkins Timbres magazine, a...
- musical instrument's unique sound is called its timbre, so an instrument's timbre can be called a "harmonic timbre" if its partials correspond closely to the...
- Timbral listening is the process of actively listening to the timbral characteristics of sound. In timbral listening, 'pitch is subordinate to timbre'...