Definition of Bass viol. Meaning of Bass viol. Synonyms of Bass viol

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Definition of Bass viol

Bass viol
Bass viol Bass" vi`ol (Mus.) A stringed instrument of the viol family, used for playing bass. See 3d Bass, n., and Violoncello.

Meaning of Bass viol from wikipedia

- present-day viol) that looked like but was quite distinct from (at that time) the four-course guitar (an earlier chordophone). Although b**** viols superficially...
- The American b**** viol, also called a church b**** or Yankee b**** viol, is a type of bowed string instrument which enjo**** po****rity in early 19th century...
- viol and violin families and their respective variations in tuning. In modern usage, the term most often refers to the double b**** viol, a bowed b****...
- them from the viol family (viole da gamba). The standard modern violin family consists of the violin, viola, cello, and (possibly) double b****. Instrument...
- only modern bowed string instrument that is tuned in fourths (like a b**** guitar, viol, or the first four strings of a standard guitar), rather than fifths...
- viol – G2 C3 F3 A3 D4 G4 (a perfect fifth below the treble viol) B**** viol – D2 G2 C3 E3 A3 D4 (an octave lower than the treble viol) 7-stringed b****...
- sub-b**** clef. It was used by Johannes Ockeghem and Heinrich Schütz to write low b**** parts, by Monsieur de Sainte-Colombe for low notes on the b**** viol...
- The lyra viol is a small b**** viol, used primarily in England in the seventeenth century. Described as "the smallest of the b**** viols", one should consider...
- violin Tenor violin Alto viol (alto viola da gamba) B**** viol (b**** viola da gamba) Tenor viol (tenor viola da gamba) Treble viol (treble viola da gamba)...
- any number of instruments that play in the b**** register may be included, such as cello, double b****, b**** viol, or b****oon. The most common combination...