A kind of accompanimental figure for the left hand in keyboard music, named after the composer Domenico Alberti (ca. 1710-40), where the triads are broken into patterns of short note values
a popular accompanimental pattern in which the notes of the chord are arpeggiated in the pattern of "bottom - top - middle - top"
A pattern of bass notes that outlines the chord being sounded in the pattern low-high-middle-high.
A left-hand accompaniment which outlines the notes of a chord using the pattern: bottom-top-middle-top. The Alberti bass was popularized during the Classical period.
Alberti bass is a particular kind of accompaniment in music, often used in the classical music era. It was named after Domenico Alberti (1710-1740), who used it extensively, although he was not the first to use it.