Nine Basses were found and lifted.
Black basses are found in eastern North America.
“It’s better-looking than most basses—just a classic design,” Murphy said.
Today its cellos and basses are half Asian, its violas and violins predominantly Asian, and its three associate concert masters Chinese.
Some sea basses, for example, are able to change to any of several colour patterns.
Jenkin is fond of saying that in the choir there are only four parties: sopranos, altos, tenors, and basses.
The left-hand provision may also be extended, with more than 120 basses actuated by six or seven rows of buttons.
Years later, in 1917, Schoenberg crafted a new arrangement for string orchestra including basses, though still without winds or percussion.
Most species slim-looking basses; well-known food and game fishes such as striped bass and white basses of the genus Morone.
Igor Stravinsky’s father, Fyodor, was one of the leading Russian operatic basses of his day, and Igor’s mother, Anna, was a talented pianist.
What remains is a sleek form that is staged in the advertising videos to the beat of electronic basses and in close-up - very much in the style of Tesla.
Sunfish, any of numerous species of North American freshwater fishes placed with the crappies and black basses in the family Centrarchidae (order Perciformes).
The accompaniment has a poignant quality – the strings complement the melodic oboe… and there’s something going on in the basses that conjures up watery depths.
There’s a pool table near the door, and the walls are hung with vintage basses and classic movie posters (Flying High, Escape From New York, Kentucky Fried Movie).
The woodwinds, for example, divide into flutes (sopranos), oboes (altos), clarinets (tenors), and bassoons (basses), although this distinction must be greatly qualified.
Haydn also introduced the following innovations: trumpets were used independently instead of always doubling the horns, cellos became separated from the double basses, and woodwind instruments were…
With the Revolution, the province completely lost its own political institutions and in 1790 was divided into the départements of Bouches-du-Rhône, Var, and Basses-Alpes (now Alpes-de-Haute-Provence).
After 1950, RCA recorded the orchestra at Carnegie Hall (mainly during live broadcasts), and the sound gets better—warmer, with greater solidity in the basses and cellos and more air around the winds and brass.
Among the many serranid sea basses valued for food and sport are grouper; the black sea bass (Centropristis striata), a gray, brownish, or blackish species of the western Atlantic; and the graysby (Petrometopon cruentatus), of tropical western Atlantic waters.
The name bass covers a range of fishes, but most are placed in three families of the order Perciformes: Serranidae, including approximately 400 species of sea bass and grouper; Moronidae, sometimes considered a subfamily of the Serranidae and containing about 6 species, such as the striped and European basses; and Centrarchidae (sunfishes), including the large and smallmouth basses, prized by fishermen.
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The name bass covers a range of fishes but most are placed in three families of the order Perciformes Serranidae including approximately 400 species of sea bass and grouper Moronidae sometimes considered a subfamily of the Serranidae and containing about 6 species such as the striped and European basses and Centrarchidae sunfishes including the large and smallmouth basses prized by fishermen