The lowest adult male singing voice
The common European freshwater perch (see perch)
Another term for bast.
a bass drum
A large speaker cabinet containing loudspeakers designed to reproduce low-frequency sounds accurately, used especially to enhance the bass sound at live music performances.
Any of several fishes of a greyish colour; especially the white bass, Morone chrysops, of North America.
The largemouth bass, Micropterus salmoides.
= mud sunfish.
US = red drum.
US the red drum, Sciaenops ocellatus.
Music. A deep-sounding stop pitched an octave below the 8-foot or 16-foot principal stop on an organ.
A clef placing F below middle C on the second-highest line of the stave
A large drum of indefinite low pitch
A bass instrument of the viol family; a viola da gamba
A red-eyed North American freshwater fish of the sunfish family, found chiefly in rocky streams
Any of a number of marine fishes that are related to or resemble the common perch, in particular:
A style of playing double bass or bass guitar by pulling and releasing the strings sharply against the fingerboard, used for effect in jazz or popular music
The enhancement of low-frequency sound in a recording or performance; a facility on sound equipment which provides this.
Any of various instruments resembling a (large) standard guitar, but which produces lower notes; (now) especially a (usually electric) guitar with a long neck and four heavy strings tuned an octave below the lower strings on a standard guitar.
(Of music, sound, etc.) characterized by an abundance or excess of bass frequencies or by a prominent bass line.
A design feature, consisting of a vent or port in an enclosed loudspeaker, by which the reproduction of low-frequency sound is enhanced by the sound waves emanating through the vent from within the speaker cabinet; chiefly attributive.
Any of several freshwater basses of the genus Micropterus (family Centrarchidae); especially the largemouth bass, M. salmoides.
A black bass of the genus Micropterus (family Centrarchidae), especially the largemouth bass, M. salmoides.
The largemouth bass, Micropterus salmoides (family Centrarchidae). Now rare (US regional).
The lake whitefish, Coregonus clupeaformis, which occurs widely in lakes and large rivers in northern North America.
Any of several freshwater sunfishes of the family Centrarchidae, especially the smallmouth bass, Micropterus dolomieu.
Any of various marine perciform fishes, especially small or young sciaenid sea bass, which habitually school.
A channel separating Tasmania from the mainland of Australia
A North American freshwater fish of the sunfish family, which is a popular sporting and food fish
The largest and lowest-pitched instrument of the violin family, providing the bass line of the orchestral string section and also used in jazz and some country music
A short theme, usually in the bass, which is constantly repeated as the other parts of the music vary
(Especially among jazz musicians) a double bass
A North American freshwater bass with dark horizontal stripes
Especially in keyboard music: a style of bass accompaniment consisting of broken chords, the notes being played in a repeated pattern in the order lowest, highest, middle, highest; a bass part written or performed in this style.
A singer who has the ranges of both a bass and a baritone; the voice of such a singer.
A large, brightly coloured cichlid fish, Cichla ocellaris (and related species), with a gold-ringed black eye-like marking at the base of the tail, native to northern South America and also introduced in Florida and Hawaii; also called peacock cichlid.
Another way of saying ass-backwards.
A bass line with the intended harmonies indicated by figures rather than written out as chords, typical of continuo parts in baroque music
A large bass of North American coastal waters, with dark horizontal stripes along the upper sides, migrating up streams to breed
Basso continuo (see continuo)
A bass part in 4/4 time in which a note is played on each beat of the bar and which typically moves up and down the scale in small steps
A person who plays the bass guitar.
A large freshwater black bass of North America, Micropterus salmoides (family Centrarchidae), which is greenish with dark blotches.
A small sea bass, Centropristis philadelphica (family Serranidae), of the western Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico.
= smallmouth bass.
A type of dance music characterized by bare instrumentation consisting largely of electronic drums and bass, originating in Britain during the early 1990s
= smallmouth bass.
= smallmouth bass.
The lowest part or sequence of notes in a piece of music