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Contemporary classical double bass players are performers who play the largest and lowest-pitched bowed string instrument. They perform European art music ranging from Mozart-era Classical pieces to contemporary avant-garde works in a variety of settings, ranging from huge symphony orchestra to small chamber groups, or as soloists. Historical double bassists such as Domenico Dragonetti (1763-1846) and Giovanni Bottesini (1821-1889) established a tradition for playing the instrument that was carried on in the 20th and 21st century with a number of double bass players.

Some of the most influential contemporary classical double bass players are known as much for their contributions to pedagogy than for their performing skills, such as US bassist Oscar G. Zimmerman (1910-1987), known for his teaching at the Eastman School and, for 44 summers at the Interlochen Music Camp in Michiganmarker and French-Syrian bassist François Rabbath (b. 1931), who developed a new bass method which divided the entire fingerboard into six positions. Bassists noted for their virtuoso solo skills include US player Gary Karr (b. 1941) and Finnish bassist-composer Teppo Hauta-Aho (born 1941).

This is a list of notable professional classical double bass players, including orchestral performers, soloists, chamber musicians, and teachers.

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