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see violinviolin,
family of stringed musical instruments having wooden bodies whose backs and fronts are slightly convex, the fronts pierced by two f-hole-shaped resonance holes. The instruments of the violin family have been the dominant bowed instruments because of their versatility,
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cello

Music a bowed stringed instrument of the violin family. Range: more than four octaves upwards from C below the bass staff. It has four strings, is held between the knees, and has an extendible metal spike at the lower end, which acts as a support

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In 2007, after initial ideas of solo album and searching for “the sound” of electrified cello, he started touring and recording with former Nightwish vocalist Tarja Turunen and eventually, in 2013, his first solo album Play Electronica By One Cello was released.
It's actually brought this idea of trying to create a whole new repertoire for two cellos because I think it really is a combination that does work well.
In the 18th century, he says, fiddle and cello often were used in Scottish folk music.
Paul Michelson has played cello for the Philharmonic for over 50 years and was president of the Huddersfield Choral Society in its 150th anniversary year.
Challenged in the early 1970s to perform seldom-played cello works for radio broadcasts, Henk Lambooij was surprised to find a large repertoire of neglected or forgotten works.
The instruments, along with two cello cases and two bows, were taken in a raid on the music department at the college in Llantwit Major between May 14 and May 17.
Lloyd Webber plays the Barjansky Stra-divarius cello of circa 1690 - and he'll bring it next month when he heads for Llandudno's Venue Cymru to perform Elgar's Cello Concerto with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra to mark the 150th anniversary of Elgar's birth (1857-1934).
Profession: Cellist, professor of cello at the English-language McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Cellos go Christmas Crackers is the brainchild of Kirsty Holt, a cello teacher for the Warwickshire County Music Service.
In the final decades of the twentieth century, French (or French-published) composers writing for accompanied or unaccompanied cello seem to have adopted one of two approaches for creating new works.
a duet-cum-dialogue between the two with a rather lovely orchestral opening for strings who kept up a melodic but vaguely troubling shimmer while Sollima and Aasgaard's cellos sparred (frenetic, competitive passages) and sang together in harmony.