bass fiddle


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Synonyms for bass fiddle

largest and lowest member of the violin family

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color) Artist Ira Gostin signs his winning photograph of a bass fiddle for the 2004 Santa Clarita Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival.
Female vocal with piano was very natural, with a forward but realistic presence; bass fiddle not overpowering (only a little smeared despite the absence of room treatment).
Among the stand-outs: Lori Barber, embodying a bass fiddle brought slinkily to life in ``Harlem Nocturn'' and playing a heartbroken third wheel in ``Blues in the Night.
his bluegrass band called "The Country Men," where he played the bass fiddle and acoustic guitar.
Music had a natural sound on an acoustic vocal with finger snaps and bass fiddle, and the sound on the movie Titanic had tremendous impact.
Tommy's interest in music was evident when he was only 3, fueled by his mom's love of country music, the piano-playing talents of his 12-year-old sister, Samantha, and the weekly jam sessions hosted at home by his dad, Edward, an accountant who plays banjo and bass fiddle.
Other interests included traveling in the motorhome, NSCAR Racing, playing the bass fiddle and guitar, horseshoes, cookouts and a lover of animals.
Dressed in Swiss costumes, the 75 family members and friends attending heard Kenneth play the accordion, sons Larry the guitar, Fred the bass fiddle, and grandsons Paul and Eric on alphorns.
Many years ago, he played the bass fiddle in a local Polish Polka band.
In addition to director-pianist Soper, who sometimes adds his voice and his washboard to the ensemble, the ``N & R'' talent pool includes Martin Con, Chris Feeney, Bruce Huff, who also plays accordion, and Earl Huff, who sometimes adds to his vocal solos a performance on the bass fiddle, harmonica, guitar or ukulele.
The wind played the wire against a branch like a bass fiddle, and my bedroom was the sounding board.
On the Dvorak the 5 Pro had a full rich natural sound, all the way down to the bass fiddles, which sounded like cellos on the ER6.
The ship was titled P4 (known to the sailors as Pinafore) while everyone on stage played musical instruments from alto saxophones and trumpets to trombones and bass fiddles.
They got eight bass fiddles all playing bottom E at once - the players were bored out of their minds by the time we finished.