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Cello - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Cello, front and side view. The endpin at the bottom is retracted or removed for easier storage and transportation, and adjusted for height in accordance to the player.

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Product Features... Size 4/4 electric cello with hand-carved maple wood & black metallic ...

Cello Online - Cello Music, Cello Lessons and Cello ...

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Review the basics of cello playing, including how to hold a cello, cello tuning, cello fingering, cello bowing and how to read cello music. MUSIC

Internet Cello Society

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The Internet Cello Society, an international cyber-community of cellists, seeks to advance the knowledge and joy of cello playing ...

Cello - New World Encyclopedia

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The cello is popular in many capacities: as a solo instrument, in chamber music, and also be used as a foundation of the modern orchestral sound.

Cecilio String Instruments Collection - Inexpensive cello ...

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High Quality Cello At Affordable Prices. Excellent for Beginner to Professional Musicians.

Cello | SHAR Music - sharmusic.com

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High quality cellos for students to professionals. Electric instruments. In home trials available. Rentals available.

INTERNET CELLO SOCIETY

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Here we present some Internet Cello Society correspondance about Cello care, Equipment and the 'ins and outs' of cello playing.

Cello - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The cello is an instrument used to play music. Its name comes from the Italian language, so it is pronounced “chello”. The full word is violoncello, but when ...

Cello | Define Cello at Dictionary.com

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noun, plural cellos. 1. the second largest member of the violin family, rested vertically on the floor between the performer's knees when being played.