bottom register

bottom register

A register, 1 located close to the floor, along a wall.
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Now at the peak of his career, Braun has just the right voice for the part: strong and resonant, with splendid top notes, firm in the bottom register, and able to deliver the important Italian patter elements in the text.
In the bottom register, Rama on his chariot, followed by Lakshmana and Vibhishana, fights against Ravana, who is represented in the adjacent panel (see figure 8, bottom).
According to the array, this note should be in the bottom register, which does not occur until m.
Also within this configuration, the array block 30 completely unfolds in the bottom register of the horn, which strictly corresponds with Babbitt's partitions under this revision.
Lawrence Zazzo, in the castrato role of Amadigi, sang with a sweet, expressive tone, while Patricia Bardon - as his rival Dardano - handled her cruelly low part with clarity and a rich bottom register.
55) The print shows sections of the bottom register of the fresco, somewhat abridged, most noticeably to omit Psyche on her marriage bed.
And in the central movement, the child's rapt fascination with the gift of a snail is aptly depicted by a variety of curious timbral effects: the bass flutist plays softly in the bottom register at the beginning and end; the singer declaims the text by whispering and singing in "Sprechstimme style"; and the harpist introduces a peculiar glissando effect by sliding a metal tuning key along the string (the effect resembles the famous "chisel piano" in Crumb's Vox balaenae).
For a singer like Ens, who is blessed with a particularly strong bottom register as the foundation for his rich, dark bass, the bigger repertoire means Verdi's King Phillip and Wagner's King Mark, Gurnemanz in Parsifal and the devilish lead in Boito's Mefistofele.
And in the central movement, the child's rapt fascination with the girl of a snail is aptly depicted by a variety of curious timbral effects: the bass flutist plays softly in the bottom register at the beginning and end; the singer declaims the text by whispering and singing in "Sprechstimme style"; and the harpist introduces a peculiar glissando effect by sliding a metal tuning key along the string (the effect resembles the famous "chisel piano" in Crumb's Vox balaenae).
The Usher is fast, detailed and forceful in the bottom registers, it is sparkling and crisp, although not harsh, on the high end.
She may be lacking a little at the top, but her middle and bottom registers are majestic.