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Laura Ivany Nov 20
Do I miss live concerts? Yes. Do I love being able to watch my own concerts with a close-up view of my hero? YES!! Thanks for the season into an innovative blend of in-person (& safe) music making & virtual enjoyment 💗🎻
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Miranda Wilson Nov 16
I found this irresistible photo and I had to make it into a silly meme on because I am a bad person with a bad sense of humour.
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Output/Input Nov 21
"Eye To Eye" - available 25th November! We're bringing you this classic track, originally performed by
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Janet Horvath 12h
A fond memory and favorite : Sir Neville Marriner and me 1980s with the ⁦
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Kirsten Miller Nov 23
I did my 2nd doorstep concert sponsored by and hosted by a family in Llandaff North. Very uplifting to play in winter sunshine for neighbours, passers by, and people working in the area
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The Strad Nov 21
Warning! Hand sanitiser and instruments do not mix... Damage to a ’s varnish, which occurred when hand sanitiser was accidentally spilt over it, took over 80 hours to fix:
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theTV.website Nov 16
Read this complete guide on how to find the best cello cases based on your needs and your budget. Including cello hard cases and cello bags. Understand the different materials and more. via
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Beethoven Autentico Nov 18
"The difficult arpeggio accompaniment ... for the cello, made even Lindley something more than warm upon its repetition. He should be allowed two or three cambric handkerchiefs at the expense of the , on such occasions." — Harmonicon 6, 1828
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Michael Hall Nov 19
Bravo cellist and composer Tyshawn Sorey on tonight’s world premiere with the !
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mia Nov 17
HEY CELLO PLAYERS?.L?. HELPPP PLEADE I BEG
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Toccata Nov 20
Coming to Toccata on 4 December: Toccata Classics continues its exploration of the music of the Hungarian composer Ferenc (1905–2000) with this second of two releases of his chamber works for . Pre-order now at
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Kirsten Miller Nov 20
Lovely to head to today to record some for compositions by and Ian Lawson for the Society virtual Christmas concert: Winter Legends, Christmas Bells
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Michele Galvagno Nov 24
Replying to @m_galvagno
... I had the chance to be taught by "Uncle Ljubo" during the most dire moments of my , when everything in my formation was really hanging by a thin thread. He loved me like a son and he will be deeply missed, but warmly remembered! (3)
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David Johnstone cellist (Johnstone-Music) Nov 23
Tuesday, 24th November 2020 - On this day ** 1992 - first performance of John Tavener - Eternal Memory for cello and strings (Wellington, New Zealand) ‘documenting the cello’
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The Cello Museum Nov 19
"I have yet to find something that beats the power of being in love, or the power of music at its most magical." - Yo-Yo Ma
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Stacey Krim Nov 20
The Largo by artist F. Earl Christy (1883-1961) featured on a postcard in the music collection of Janos Scholz at UNCG! The artist didn't do a bad job, but forgot about the bridge. Still, there have been far worse depictions of in art and photography.
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Musical Concepts Nov 24
Available now on CD in the UK and coming to digital soon - presents 's Music for including his Cello Sonatas Nos. 1 & 2 and Weinberg's Rhapsody! Order now on and :
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Louisburgh Music School Nov 21
Great to see Patrick Dexter's cello videos making waves! Patrick teaches , and at Louisburgh Music School.
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Neil Sanders Nov 24
Release day! First play..... rather excellent 🎶 Irlandiani . Carina Drury . solo cello Poppy Walshaw. cello continuo Nathaniel Mander. harpsichord Eimear McGeown. irish flute Aileen Henry. baroque harp
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Katie Chambers, cellist Nov 22
Happy 107th Birthday Benjamin Britten!! This English composer is pivotal in 20th century British music. I love the sea interludes from Peter Grimes & Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra. For the holidays, here is Britten’s setting of Greensleeves on (finally!)
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