The double-bass chanced upon the janitor's little boy in the corridor, and asked him if he knew where our accompanist could be.
Just now she was learning the French horn and double-bass simultaneously.
The double-bass (or viol-one) is lineal descendant of the Chest of viols.
Ought to hear her do this rag—I've been teaching her double-bass.
The double-bass and the fog-horn are deep in tone, but not necessarily beautiful on that account.
At the back the double-bass, lean and dark, with jet-black eyes that stare stolidly at his leader.
I dressed up his double-bass, Sam, and put it in the bed—oh!
Even the "orchestra" (as the "singing-seat" was then called) had visitors in addition to the choir and the double-bass players.
He was the son of a double-bass player in the Hamburg city theatre and received his first musical instruction from his father.
A serious accident to the double-bass was the extraordinary occurrence alluded to in our last chapter.
Another name for the bass viol.