Violone

The term violone (literally `large viol` in Italian, `-one` being the augmentative suffix) can refer to several distinct large, bowed musical instruments which belong to either the viol or violin family. The violone is sometimes a fretted instrument, and may have six, five, four, or even only three strings. The violone is also not always a con...
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Violone

• (n.) The largest instrument of the bass-viol kind, having strings tuned an octave below those of the violoncello; the contrabasso; -- called also double bass.
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violone

(from the article `viol`) ...two fourths) and the gut frets on its neck. It was made in three sizes: treble, tenor, and bass, with the bottom string tuned, respectively, to d, ...
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Violone

Vi`o·lo'ne noun [ Italian violone , augment. of viola a viol. See Viol .] (Mus.) The largest instrument of the bass-viol kind, having strings tuned an octave below those of the violoncello; the contrabasso; -- called also double bass . [ Written also violo...
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violone

double-bass violin
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violone

Synonym for the grape variety Montepulciano; look there.
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