The New Yorker – All About the Bass 500 Piece Puzzle
What a stunningly spectacular string section! Violins in front, then violas and cellos then the double bass. But wait there’s more! Triple and quadruple bass you need a ladder to play? Those are some serious instruments.
New Yorker Cover by Artist John O’Brien, originally published on March 6th, 1989
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