Hay 2 traducciones principales de bass en Español

: bass1bass2

bass1

bajo, n.

Pronunciación /beɪs//beɪs/

nombrePlural basses

Música

  • 1

    (voice)
    bajo masculino
    to sing bass tener voz de bajo
    • He was easily recognisable not merely by virtue of his profound bass baritone voice, but because of his girth.
    • He created waves with his deep bass voice and strumming guitar.
    • He has already become an audience favourite with his deep bass voice.
    • She looked into the depths of the dark eyes that only she could see, and listened to the songs that he sang in his deep bass voice, which only she could hear.
    • Alto, soprano, bass and tenor, I think they are called.
    • Their voices would resonate throughout the bar and I would sit there captivated by their deep bass voices.
    • It is quite remarkable that he manages to heave his dark bass voice up to the upper reaches of Wotan's part.
    • The truck driver joined in, his low bass voice singing with me about how feeling good could be easy… it could.
    • It is played and sung with conviction, and his is one of the great bass voices.
    • In particular, the bass soloist had a voice which seemed to rumble from the very bowels of the earth.
    • These are the opening words of the play, sung as a bass solo.
    • It's incredibly powerful, a hefty, sliding lead tenor (hard to tell if it's male or female) that never seems to stop for breath over a whole bunch of baritones and basses.
    • When he did have strong bass or tenor soloists, Handel could and did write strong parts for them.
    • The singing here is splendid,with the man continuing to impress with both his rich bass voice and fine sense for drama.
    • The basses are really light, high baritones, and I miss a certain richness in the sound.
    • He acquired his nickname singing the bass harmony second voice.
    • The group of unaccompanied voices comprises bass, baritone, tenor, mezzo-soprano and soprano.
    • His splendid voice spans the low C of a true bass and the middle C of most tenors.
    • Again, the chorus bears the brunt of the text, but there are soprano, contralto, and bass soloists.
    • The vibes veer off into a countermelody and the bass enters shortly thereafter.
  • 2

    (singer, part)
    bajo masculino
    • The association began prohibiting boys from singing alto or soprano and girls from singing tenor or bass about two years ago.
    • I have no problems with the Stabat Mater, but in my beautiful bass solo there is F sharp, which is the highest note a bass can sing, so that is quite challenging.
    • The choir needs six more trebles aged seven to 14, a couple of basses and tenors, and perhaps an alto or two.
    • The choir is basically four-voice, western classical style - soprano and alto sung by women and tenor and bass sung by men.
    • We can imagine the four-part mass being sung, variably, by a choir made up of women sopranos, with male altos, tenors and basses or women sopranos, women altos and male tenors and basses or even by an all male group.
    • There are not many singers capable of singing the bass solo because you need a very powerful voice and an extensive range.
    • He was working as a freelance editor and in his free time was singing bass in the London Symphony Chorus.
    • As I mentioned, last night there were three singers the choir - two basses and a soprano - off singing in a performance of the Rachmaninov Vespers.
    • The bass clashed against the rhythm in perfect harmony.
    • For this piece we have two of the voice-parts: a bass that sings continuously, and a tenor that participates only in full sections.
    • Alto s soprano s tenors and basses are all needed to enhance what all ready is a beautiful sound.
    • A third passage features a two-part canonic effect, grouping the sopranos with the tenors, and the altos with the basses.
    • In the ‘Choral’ Symphony, the bass is an imposing soloist, and the chorus sings with inspiration.
    • He is a strong, imposing bass who also lends character to the performance.
    • All of them share the sumptuous voicing of an eight part choir (except the seven voiced Full fathom five from Three ShakespeareSongs) that requires two groups of sopranos, altos, tenors, and basses.
    • The chorus of thirteen (four sopranos, and three countertenors, tenors, and basses each) scores points again and again with the dramatic aptness of their singing.
    • Halfway through the bass takes over the melody and allows the listener a delectable bridge portion to the song.
    • The Society has vacancies for four sopranos and for tenors and basses.
    • As well as such characteristic features of the Baroque pastoral as drone basses and melodies harmonized in 3rds and 6ths, pastorellas include rhythmic and melodic elements probably deriving from folk music.
    • Singers, particularly altos, tenors and basses are welcome.
    • As he said, he frequently conducts rehearsals without tenors or basses, but doesn't remember ever not having any sopranos.
    • As the main emphasis of the courses lies in the choir made up of all participants, space is limited to approximately twenty sopranos, twelve altos and counter-tenors, and sixteen basses.
    • Her upper voice notes ring out with authority and are set against a well balanced and projected bass underpinning.
    • It's scored for four tenors and two basses - which confines the vocal range of the work to a mere two octaves.
    • In the original music for chorus, basses have something better to do than to hold a note.
    • We've always had a choir made up of boy and girl trebles, together with male altos, tenors and basses.
    • As he only comes to notice a year before he joined Handel's company, the bass who sang so vigorously in those early arias written for him must have been remarkably young.
    • I particularly noted the basses of the chorus as they sinisterly intoned the conspirators music.
    • The society is currently looking for tenors basses, altos and sopranos to join the adult choir.
    • She stood with four other sopranos, six contraltos, six tenors, and five basses.
    • There are eight sopranos, four mezzos, one counter-tenor, three tenors, seven baritones, and two basses.
    • It begins with the bass stating the melody and features a shifting arrangement that allows everyone a chance to solo.
    • The soloists are excellent too; only the bass sounds a little weather-beaten.
  • 3

    (instrument)
    contrabajo masculino
    bajo masculino
    • He plays Celtic whistle, didgeridoo, panpipes, flute and bass flute in his trademark blend of Celtic, classical, jazz and folk music.
    • Her warm bass trumpet solo adds to a very memorable performance that will remain a definitive rendition of the great song.
    • He also hits the keyboards, drums, bass guitar, and pitches in on background vocals.
    • Improvisatory in nature, it involved only the 24 bass strings of the instrument.
    • The bass oboe is called the baryton in France, but is at least, more or less what it says it is; logic at last!
    • We also have access to other instruments, including cor anglais, bass clarinet, cello, organ and voice.
    • Shifting lower-frequency instruments such as a bass guitar requires higher latencies.
    • At least in the imaginary versions for bass tuba or kettledrum I wager to say that he is right.
    • The bass oboe is an octave lower than the oboe (in C) and is called a ‘baryton’ in France!
    • The bass clarinet particularly takes a lot of wind.
    • I would say it's because there are just nothing but the powerful instruments of bass guitar and the drums.
    • In the orchestra, she plays two musical instruments: the bass clarinet and piccolo clarinet.
    • Instead of the bass tuba is its predecessor, the ophicleide.
    • He leads the way with his throaty bass saxophone.
    • It was her ability to play her instrument, the bass guitar, well that earned her these new friends.
    • He is able to use his alto, tenor or bass saxophones to both support a friendly song or rip out on his own jam with sounds you'd expect from a guitar or keyboard.
    • My aunt and uncle both played trombone, my Grandma played bass clarinet and they have an organ; the one I taught myself on when I was little.
    • They use no electronics, and hardly any electric instruments, apart from bass guitar and occasional electric guitar.
    • Can you advise me on how I can persuade him to take up a real instrument like say the bass trombone?
    • Apart from the organ, the only other instrument is a bass violin.
  • 4

    Audio
    graves masculino
    • It was a sight to see the inmates showing interest in the proceedings and enjoying the heavy bass of music that boomed out through speakers.
    • The sound is pretty good - a very nice Dolby 5.1 mix fills the room with modest bass and atmospheric music and detailed sounds.
    • Thud acts like a dynamic bass EQ and is good for instruments and vocals.
    • He could hear his neighbors arguing through the paper-thin walls and the hard bass of music from somewhere down the block.
    • We sat in a contemplative silence, and I closed my eyes and rested my head against the brick, feeling the pulsing bass of the music through the wall.
    • The audio is full, with intelligible dialogue and good use of bass in the music.
    • There is an audible buzz throughout, and any bass in the music breaks apart into a dreadful fuzzy haze.
    • There is almost no extra noise, and the music features surprisingly good bass response.
    • Once more the evening sky is dark and the streets are empty, the silence broken only by the familiar rumbling bass from high performance stereos passing in the night.
    • Slip in an audio disc and the sound astounds, with sumptuous bass and smooth vocals.
    • They can boost bass and remove noise, including the pops and clicks from old analog sources.
    • Decent bass and good sound quality impressed the reviewers, but it was never going to be able to compete with a larger system.
    • The volume and bass of the music made my limbs ache as my blood vibrated with the sheer throbbing of the beat.
    • The heavy bass of the music, combined with the shrieking laughs of drunk girls reminds me of why I like to avoid parties.
    • The marquee now lies in darkness, no thumping bass, or any noise at all to speak of.
    • A synth noise comes in before bass and a strong synth line drops at around the 0: 40 mark.
    • Low-frequency bass is sent to all the channels, giving you that you-are-there feeling.
    • This is a very powerful mix, one filled with that great deep, rumbling bass.
    • At the touch of a button, felt curtains will roll down from the ceiling to absorb the heavy bass of amplified music.
    • Some of these songs have a varying beat and indications of some intelligent musicianship, not like the penetrating bass that thunders out from cars and flats wherever you go.

adjetivo

  • 1

    (voice) de bajo

Hay 2 traducciones principales de bass en Español

: bass1bass2

bass2

lubina, n.

Pronunciación /bas//bæs/

nombrePlural basses

Zoología

  • 1sea bass

    lubina femenino
    • Anglers coveted warm-water fish such as bass and bonefish.
    • On the Grass river you can fly fish for small mouth bass, pike, muskies and salmon.
    • He's taken up bass fishing and goes out in his boat as early as 5 a.m.
    • Flooded banks with green vegetation are prime areas to attract forage fish and predatory bass.
    • To blow off steam, he gave us the next day off, and we went bass fishing.
    • This recent release means that a total of 27,000 bass have been released into the system in the past two months.
    • Hungry bass offer golden opportunity Spinnerbaits ideal for hooking fish this month
    • The talk is all of haddock, salmon, red mullet and bass.
    • The tope packs are targeting small flatfish and school bass in the surf tables at this time.
    • For me, without any doubt at all, the most exciting way to catch bass is on a surface plug.
    • Can we safely say you won't be bass fishing in Alaska?
    • Also, because nighttime air and water fall so still, bass detect sound and vibration more easily.
    • All bass are fine game fishes, with tournaments being held regularly.
    • Spend the day fishing for bass, then head to the theatre for a well-staged play.
    • The fish killed included bass, roach, eels and fluke when the temperature soared to twenty six degrees Centigrade.
    • The predicted weather pattern favors a warming trend into weekend - favorable conditions for bass fishing.
    • Fishermen often come there, as indicated by the sign which says it's a good spot for catching flatfish, bass and codling.
    • During the summer months you could expect to come across bass and sand eels.
    • He takes people salmon fishing, and bass fishing.
    • Early Saturday afternoon they went fishing to catch some bass and pike for the cookout.
  • 2stone bass

    cherna femenino