One Sunday I can well mind—a bass-viol day that time, and Yeobright had brought his own.
That bass-viol slipped a little for'ard when we come down Lamson's Hill.
The cornet and bass-viol had put in an appearance, but the pianist had been lost in the shuffle.
There was a clearing of throats; then Mr. Fiddleman gave the key on the bass-viol.
Doan't 'e knaw I be clerk of the parish, bass-viol player, and taicher of the singers?
Let him hear what were those contents of the bass-viol which were removed that you might enter it.
He leaped upon the stage, kicked a hole in the bass-viol, and smashed the kettledrum around the neck of the nearest performer.
Keep your station: you stand as well for the encounter as may be: she is coming on; but as melancholy as a bass-viol in concert.
A strange sound mingled with the voices singing; it was the sound of a bass-viol.
To avoid all friction, Barbara goes ahead with the gentleman who plays the bass-viol.