Viol sentence example

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  • There is a range of books by the internationally acknowledged teacher Alison Crum designed for those learning to play the viol.
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  • Roy Marks plays the great bass viol and Andrew Kerr a bass viol.
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  • The basic edition supplies all viol parts, but recorder parts in alternative clefs for alto and tenor parts are available if specifically ordered.
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  • He sings regularly with the viol consort fretwork, and recently toured with them to Japan and the United States.
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  • Lyra viol and a six string bass viol.
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  • John himself plays the harpsichord and is learning to play the tenor viol.
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  • The double bass is also called the bass viol, string bass, and bass fiddle.
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  • She came to the UK to study viol with Richard Boothby at the Royal College of Music.
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  • Susanne Heinrich plays a Lyra viol and a six string bass viol.
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  • Look for the pew in which a piece has been cut out to allow room for the bow of a bass viol.
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  • The top part can also be played on a tenor viol.
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  • Its melody is less complex, and a solo viol would bring it out much better.
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  • The bow is held in the right hand with an underhand grip similar to that used by an Elizabethan viol player.
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  • It is well worth investigating, even for people who do n't normally like viol music.
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  • The main edition has three scores and a set of viol parts, singers sharing two to a score.
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  • I am an experienced soprano and am looking for a harpsichordist, viol da gamba player and some other early music singers.
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  • Her mouth is the verge of all repose; Her breast a smoothed-out viol tone; Her hand is an early rose.
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  • This disk follows the development of German viol repertoire and its English influences.
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  • It may have been intended as a viola d'amore but, when found to be too large, was finished as a treble viol.
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  • It had been the ~ ~ golden age of the arquebus and the viol, of sculptors and musicians, of poets and humanists, of fratricidal conflicts and of love-songs, of mignon-s and martyrs.
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