Dane Roberts: “I Think if Someone Really Wants to Get Into Early Music, They Should Start With a Single Piece or Composer They Are Fascinated by and Follow the Obvious Leads. You Will Be Surprised How Far That Will Take You!”
Double bassist with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe and Freiburg Baroque Orchestra and Teacher of Violone and Historical Bass in Graz and Frankfurt, Dane Roberts details his experience as a musician from the United States and Europe and his thoughts on the role of the “historical” double bass and its ...
In this video lesson, Thierry Barbé gives tips on working Vanhal's Double Bass Concerto. This is part 5 of 5.
We are excited to present our Featured Artist for our May-June issue: Joel Quarrington, a double bass player with an awe-inspiring international career. Check out all the content we have prepared with him for you!
During his exclusive interview for Bass Magazine, Maestro Franco Petracchi told us how he came up with the idea of his famous method and also shared some tips on how to face a contest.
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In this fantastic video, we have interviewed Wies de Boevé, who talks about his career, his work at the Bavarian Radio Symphony and the Zurich University of the Arts, and other interesting topics around the double bass and music. Not to be missed!
The double bass educational video platform String Virtuoso and the double bass publication Bass Magazine have teamed up to make it easier for double bass players to access our specialized sites.
In this video lesson, Phoebe Russell gives tips on working on Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. This is part 20 of 25 (4th movement).
In this video lesson, Giuseppe Ettorre gives tips on working Bottesini’s Double Bass Concerto No. 2. This is part 5 of 15 (1st movement).
In this video lesson, Thierry Barbé gives tips on working Vanhal’s Double Bass Concerto. This is part 5 of 5.
In this video lesson, Lorraine Campet gives tips on working Bach’s Cello Suite No. 1 with the double bass. This is part 2 of 7 — the Prelude.