i., mus. basso, bas

listen to the pronunciation of i., mus. basso, bas
Türkisch - Englisch
{n} a mat to kneel on, rush, a fish
low in tone or compass
Of sound, a voice or an instrument, low in pitch or frequency
nontechnical name for any of numerous edible marine and freshwater spiny-finned fishes
Low frequency sound produced by a sub-woofer and by the large bass drivers found on other speakers
A male singer who sings in the bass range
The low end of the audio frequency spectrum There is no real frequencies where bass is catagoriezed, but it ranges from approximately below 20 Hz up to 400 Hz or so
A section of musical group that produces low-pitched sound, lower than tenor
1 See 'Double bass'2 The lowest pitched instrument in a family of instruments such as the bass recorder, double bass, bass clarinet, tuba, etc Search Google com for Bass
deep or low in sound, as in: You sing the high notes, and I'll sing the bass
Bass are edible fish that are found in rivers and the sea. There are several types of bass. They unloaded their catch of cod and bass. Bass is a piece of this fish eaten as food. a large fresh fillet of sea bass. a bass instrument or voice produces low notes. In zoology, any of numerous fish species, many valued for food or sport. Most are placed in three families (all in the order Perciformes): 400 species of sea bass and grouper; the family Moronidae, which contains about 12 species, including striped and European basses; and sunfishes, including the black and largemouth basses, prized by fishermen. Many other species are also known as bass, including the channel bass (a drum) and the calico bass (a crappie). Lowest musical voice or register. In vocal music, its range is approximately from the second E below middle C to middle C itself. A basso profundo emphasizes a lower register, a basso cantante a somewhat higher one. Outside of Russia, the solo bass voice has generally been relegated to certain standard operatic character roles. The lowest-pitched member of most instrumental families is usually called the bass (bass clarinet, double bass, etc.). In Western tonal music, the bass part is usually second in importance only to the melody, being the chief determiner of harmonic movement, a tendency that became particularly notable after the appearance of the basso continuo 1600. Bass Strait black bass double bass sea bass
of the genera Roccus, Labrax, and related genera
the lean flesh of a saltwater fish of the family Serranidae
The lowest range male voice
A low spectrum of sound tones
In popular music, a bass is a bass guitar or a double bass. Dave Ranson on bass and Kenneth Blevins on drums
an adult male singer with the lowest voice
A hassock or thick mat
i., mus. basso, bas