basso

Basso vs Basho - What's the difference?

basso | basho |


As a verb basso

is .

As a noun basho is

(sumo) a sumo tournament of any kind.

Basso vs Bassa - What's the difference?

basso | bassa |


As a verb basso

is .

As a proper noun bassa is

the parts of switzerland that are lower than grisons.

Tasso vs Basso - What's the difference?

tasso | basso |


As a noun tasso

is .

As a verb basso is

.

Lasso vs Basso - What's the difference?

lasso | basso |


As a noun lasso

is lasso.

As a verb basso is

.

Bassy vs Basso - What's the difference?

bassy | basso |


As an adjective bassy

is describing the reproduction of sound that overemphasizes low-frequency sounds.

As a verb basso is

.

Basso vs Basto - What's the difference?

basso | basto |


As verbs the difference between basso and basto

is that basso is while basto is .

Instrument vs Basso - What's the difference?

instrument | basso |


As nouns the difference between instrument and basso

is that instrument is a device used to produce music while basso is (music) a bass singer, especially in opera.

As a verb instrument

is to apply measuring devices.

Part vs Basso - What's the difference?

part | basso |


In context|music|lang=en terms the difference between part and basso

is that part is (music)  the melody played or sung by a particular instrument, voice, or group of instruments or voices, within a polyphonic piece while basso is (music) an instrumental part written for a bass instrument.

As nouns the difference between part and basso

is that part is a fraction of a whole; a portion while basso is (music) a bass singer, especially in opera.

As a verb part

is to leave.

As a adjective part

is fractional; partial.

As a adverb part

is partly; partially; fractionally.

Instrumental vs Basso - What's the difference?

instrumental | basso |


In context|music|lang=en terms the difference between instrumental and basso

is that instrumental is (music) pertaining to, made by, or prepared for, an instrument, especially a musical instrument while basso is (music) an instrumental part written for a bass instrument.

As nouns the difference between instrumental and basso

is that instrumental is (uncountable|grammar) the instrumental case while basso is (music) a bass singer, especially in opera.

As a adjective instrumental

is acting as an instrument; serving as a means; contributing to promote; conductive; helpful; serviceable; essential or central.

Opera vs Basso - What's the difference?

opera | basso |


In context|music|lang=en terms the difference between opera and basso

is that opera is (music) the score for such a work while basso is (music) an instrumental part written for a bass instrument.

As nouns the difference between opera and basso

is that opera is (music) a theatrical work combining drama, music, song and sometimes dance while basso is (music) a bass singer, especially in opera.

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