OK, I'm going out on a limb here.
We often use the terms "tone" and "sound" interchangeably.
For me, someone's sound seems to have more components than than just the timbre of the sound waves emanating from their bell.
What do you think of this diagram?
Why the question mark by vibrato? I think vibrato plays a role in phrasing as well. Some players incorporate it as a fundamental component of the sound, others employ it more to move a phrase along. Vibrato seems to live in both worlds.
I invite all comments/criticisms.
"Note Shape" refers to the degree of attack at the front of a note as well as the kind taper at the end of a note.