BEOLINGUS
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bass [listen] Bass {m} [mus.] [listen]

basses Bässe {pl}

deep bass tiefer Bass

anticipated bass vorgezogener Bass

bass buffo Bass-Buffo {m} [mus.]

bass bar (of stringed instruments) Bassbalken {m} (von Saiteninstrumenten) [mus.]

bass recorder Bassblockflöte {f} [mus.] (Blasinstrument)

bass recorders Bassblockflöten {pl}

bass guitar Bassgitarre {f} [mus.]

bass guitars Bassgitarren {pl}

bass guitarist Bassgitarrist {m}; Bassgitarristin {f}; Bassist {m}; Bassistin {f} [mus.]

bass singer Bassist {m}; Basssänger {m} [mus.]

bass singers Bassisten {pl}; Basssänger {pl}

bass clarinet Bassklarinette {f} [mus.]

bass clarinets Bassklarinetten {pl}

bass loudspeaker; woofer Basslautsprecher {m}

bass loudspeakers; woofers Basslautsprecher {pl}

bass part Basspartie {f} [mus.]

bass string Basssaite {f} [mus.]

bass strings Basssaiten {pl}

bass saxophone Basssaxophon {n} [mus.] (Blasinstrument)

bass saxophones Basssaxophone {pl}

bass voice Bassstimme {f} [mus.]

basses; bass voices Bassstimmen {pl}

bass trumpet Basstrompete {f} [mus.] (Blasinstrument)

bass trumpets Basstrompeten {pl}

bass tuba Basstuba {f} [mus.] (Blasinstrument)

bass drum pedal Fußmaschine {f} (für die große Trommel) [mus.]

double bass drum pedal Doppelfußmaschine {f}

bass and treble controls Höhen- und Tiefenregler {pl} (Audio) [techn.]

bass control Tiefenregelung {f}; Bassregler {m}

bass; seabass [listen] Wolfbarsch {m}; Seebarsch {m}; Barsch {m} [zool.]

bases; seabasses Wolfbarsche {pl}; Seebarsche {pl}; Barsche {pl}

bass [listen] Barsch {m} [zool.]

alto flute; bass flute Altflöte {f} [mus.] (Blasinstrument)

alto flutes; bass flutes Altflöten {pl}

Wreckfish; Stone Bass Atlantischer Wrackbarsch [zool.]

Wreckfishes; Stone Basses Atlantische Wrackbarsche {pl}

basso Bass {m} (Stimmlage) [mus.] [listen]

double bass; contrabass Bassgeige {f}; Kontrabass {m} [listen]

double bass; contrabasses Bassgeigen {pl}; Kontrabässe {pl}

deep bass voice Bierbass {m} [ugs.]

rumbling bass Brummbass {m}

double bass Kontrabass {m} [mus.] [listen]

double bass player; bass player; bassist Kontrabassist {m}; Kontrabassistin {f}; Bassist {m}; Bassistin {f} [mus.]

double bass players; bass players; bassists Kontrabassisten {pl}; Kontrabassistinnen {pl}; Bassisten {pl}; Bassistinnen {pl}

double bass clarinet Kontrabassklarinette {f} [mus.]

double bass clarinets Kontrabassklarinetten {pl}

double bass trombone; contrabass trombone Kontrabassposaune {f} [mus.] (Blasinstrument)

double bass trombones; contrabass trombones Kontrabassposaunen {pl}

double-bass tuba Kontrabasstuba {f} [mus.] (Blasinstrument)

slap bass Schlagbass {m} [mus.]

sea bass Seebarsch {m} [zool.]

sea basses Seebarsche {pl}

viol; viola da gamba Viola da gamba {f}; Gambe {f}; Kniegeige {f} [mus.]

bass viol Bassgambe {f}

loudspeaker cabinet; speaker cabinet; loudspeaker box Lautsprecherbox {f}; Box {f}

loudspeaker cabinets; speaker cabinets; loudspeaker boxes Lautsprecherboxen {pl}; Boxen {pl}

bass reflex box Bassreflexbox {f}

clef (sheet music) Notenschlüssel {m}; Schlüssel {m} (Musiknoten) [mus.] [listen]

treble clef; violin clef; G clef Violinschlüssel {m}; G-Schlüssel {m}

alto clef; C clef Altschlüssel {m}; C-Schlüssel {m}

tenor clef; C clef Tenorschlüssel {m}; C-Schlüssel {m}

bass clef; F clef Bassschlüssel {m}; F-Schlüssel {m}

part (texture) [listen] Stimme {f} (einzelner Part in einer mehrstimmigen Komposition) (Tonsatz) [mus.] [listen]

parts [listen] Stimmen {pl}

bass part; bass line; bassline Bassstimme {f}; Bass {m} [listen]

vocal part; voice part Vokalstimme {f}

instrumental part Instrumentalstimme {f}

piano part Klavierstimme {f}

There's an f-sharp in the trumpet part. In der Trompeten-Stimme steht ein fis

drum [listen] Trommel {f} [mus.] (Schlaginstrument) [listen]

drums [listen] Trommeln {pl}

big drum; bass drum Große Trommel {f}; Basstrommel {f}

snare drum; sidedrum Kleine Trommel {f}; Militärtrommel {f}

tabor Provenzalische Trommel {f}

table drum Tischtrommel {f}

to beat the drum die Trommel schlagen; trommeln

to beat the big drum (for sth.) die Trommel rühren (für etw.)

amplifier; amp [listen] Verstärker {m} [electr.]

amplifiers; amps Verstärker {pl}

bass amplifier; bass amp Bassverstärker {m}

guitar amplifier; guitar amp Gitarrenverstärker {m}

instrument amplifier Instrumentenverstärker {m} [mus.]

combination amplifier; combo amplifier Kombinationsverstärker {m} [mus.]

multistage amplifier; cascade amplifier mehrstufiger Verstärker; Kaskadenverstärker {m}

to privot on sth. [fig.] (be based on) auf etw. aufgebaut sein; auf etw. aufbauen; auf etw. gegründet sein

The plot pivots on a misunderstanding. Die Handlung baut auf einer Verwechslung auf.

The song pivots on strong bass rhythms. Das Lied ist auf markanten Bassrhythmen aufgebaut.