Four Bass Music.


"Ashley's wonderful quartets are not only brilliantly arranged but fantastic fun to play. Love them - More please!"

Dominic Seldis Principal Double Bass Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam

"Great music, fantastically arranged,wonderful results and lots of laughs along the way!" "Frampton has filled a huge gap, providing the bass with much needed accessible repertoire for the double bass ensemble."

Hugh Sparrow English National Opera and Royal Academy of Music Junior Department

 "These quartets are great fun for double bass players of all ages. Superbly arranged, they really help develop ensemble skills. Entertaining to listen to too."

Mary Condliffe Orchestra of Welsh National Opera and Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama 


Welcome to Four Bass Music, the home of the fun Double Bass quartet. We Specialise in music for the Double Bass that is above all fun to play. Based in the North West of England. We offer music for Bass Quartet, Bass trio, Bass duet, Bass and piano and a whole host of other arrangements and music for other instruments and ensembles.

We also have an arrangement service available, you can order a tune for as many basses as you want, we have just completed a West Side Story medley as a special arrangement, Five foot two eyes of blue was done for an A level practical exam, Don't be afraid to ask! 

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Toot Suite, from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Taken from the Bassline Christmas concert 2015

Available from the store here

Why not go to our listen or video page and have a gander of some of our other pieces!

Got any enquiries about our company? 


Call us +(44)7833916420

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36 Mill Lane, Ness CH64 4BQ

Tel: 07833 916420 

 Ashley Frampton Biography

After a busy and varied freelance career including three wonderful years with the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, Ashley has been Assistant Principal Double Bass in the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra for over twenty years. His first bass quartet came after a request from the University of Liverpool for an ensemble piece, Mary Poppins' Basses ensued and he has not looked back since.