basso

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Türkisch - Englisch
bass
mus. bass
basso
bass voice
Englisch - Englisch
A bass singer, especially in opera
An instrumental part written for a bass instrument
One who sings the lowest part
{i} singer having a low voice (Italian)
The double bass, or contrabasso
the lowest adult male singing voice
an adult male singer with the lowest voice
The bass or lowest part; as, to sing basso
basso cantante
A voice with an upper range that is more developed than that of the basso profundo
basso continuo
The continuous realization of harmony throughout a musical piece, usually by a harpsichord and/or cello. Abbreviation: bc
basso continuos
plural form of basso continuo
basso profondo
a singer with a bass voice of the lowest range
basso profondos
plural form of basso profondo
basso profundo
Alternative spelling of basso profondo
basso continuo
When the director can't get them to stop
basso continuo
"Continuous Bass", sometimes referred to as "thoroughbass" Used in Baroque music, A continuo is a bass line that repeats throughout an entire work, or sections of a work Played by the lowest instrument, a continuo usually consisted of a bass line, and a series of figures
basso continuo
Continuous Bass", sometimes referred to as "thoroughbass" Used in Baroque music, A continuo is a bass line that repeats throughout an entire work, or section of a work Played by the lowest instrument, a continuo usually consisted of a bass line, and a series of figures
basso continuo
Continuo, Thorough-bass - The Baroque practice in which the bass part if played by a viola da gamba(cello) or bassoon while a keyboard instrument performed the bass line and the indicated chords
basso continuo
a bass part written out in full and accompanied by numbers to indicate the chords to be played
basso continuo
An important element of baroque instrumentation, the combination of a bass instrument (usually from the string family), such as the cello or double bass, paired with a keyboard instrument such as the harpsichord or the organ These two instruments (the bass instrument and the keyboard instrument) read the same line of music, a bass line, so that the keyboard player improvised chords and other accompanying figures in his or her right hand The basso continuo provided the rhythmic and harmonic support for virtually all baroque music
basso profundo
a very deep bass voice
Türkisch - Türkisch
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Englisch - Türkisch
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Hâlâ bason çalıyor musun? - Are you still playing the bassoon?

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    Silbentrennung

    bas·so

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    Etymologie

    [ 'ba-(")sO, 'bä- ] (noun.) circa 1724. Italian, from Medieval Latin bassus, from bassus short, low.

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