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Which parts are combined on the bass clef in a typical choral score? S / T A / B S / A T / B
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T / B (tenor/bass) are the parts combined on the bass clef in a typical choral score.
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The VIOLIN is the stringed instrument that's known for its haunting sound, wide pitch capability, and large numbers in the orchestra.
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Which parts are combined on the bass clef in a typical choral score? S / T A / B S / A T / B
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