Of or pertaining to the timbre of a sound(adjective)
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Use "timbral" in a sentence
"It seems to me that what classical musicians learn aurally is largely rhythmic and timbral, which is a different proposition than being expected to learn a series of pitches by ear."
"Led by playing of uncommon mellowness and timbral purity from clarinetist Anthony McGill, enhanced by the elegant understatement of veteran violist Michael Tree and the character-rich keyboard work of pianist Anna Polonsky, they brought out the genial warmth in Mozart's writing."
"What's more, Mr. Curatolo's voice is not merely "admirably precise" -- it is quite gorgeous, actually, and thoroughly at home within the minute timbral variations of vintage McCartney."