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a musician who play the bass viol

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Critique: Thoroughly 'user friendly' in organization and presentation, 'Music Theory for the Bass Player" is very highly recommended as the definitive resource for the aspiring bassist and a core addition for personal, school music department, community, and academic library music instructional curriculum Music Theory resources collections in general, and bass player supplemental studies lists in particular
Some people would refer to the bass player as "the coolest guy/girl on stage", while others would describe him/her as "the mysterious guy/girl on stage".
The nucleus of the Wailers formed in 1969 and the only original member left is bass player Aston 'Family Man' Barrett.
NUMB Lead guitarist Mick Box said: "Trevor was a worldclass bass player, singer and songwriter, and, more importantly, a world-class friend.
The Nessie combines the most pivotal design features with a custom look and feel at a price point any working bass player can afford.
He first became known as bass player with jazz big band Loose Tubes, and since then has worked with many leading British jazz musicians.
It is hard to believe they haven't really squirreled away the rest of the band, out of sight, but no, this bluesome twosome banged out '60s-inspired bluesy tunes, raw and just a bit dirty without needing a bass player.
Do you either have to be from Sonora or go to UCSC to be a bass player in 30 Years War?
Horace Trubridge from the Musicians' Union said: "It is a fantastic and surprising response, not least because there is such a national decline in the number of double bass players.
The three-piece band had already built up a substantial following in the US when bass player Allen Woody died suddenly in 2000.
Every self-respecting rock band should have at least one Spinal Tap-esque story in their vaults and for Valleys group Sal, it's the ongoing saga with their bass players.
The bass flute has an especially prominent part, and the composer suggests that alto and bass players may exchange parts between movements to rest the arms and the embouchure.
There can't be that many jobbing bass players out there who have the sustained self-discipline and dedication to excel in the mar-tial art despite years of living a rock `n' roll lifestyle.
Drunken bass players always try to drive the bus," he said.