Cello sentence example

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  • Her hobbies include photography, surfing, watching rugby and playing the piano and cello.

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  • He started to study the cello at Trinity College of Music junior department at the age of 14.

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  • Lily Pollen stains gently dab a cello tape onto the stain.

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  • The piccolos played in unison with the cello, for an interesting musical effect.

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  • Then, as I became a bit older, maybe about eight, I started learning cello.

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  • He played the cello in various opera house orchestras and then in 1828 he became solo cellist at the Royal Chapel.

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  • A cello was put to good use, working effectively with the bass guitar and neatly finished off with some very well played congas.

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  • Dana Feder's achingly beautiful cello counterpoint the vocals and piano, with subtle church organ riffing completing the mystical effect.

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  • I was responsible mainly for violin and piano tuition, but my position as String teacher also included teaching the viola and cello.

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  • A bass viola da gamba, the precursor to the cello, which dates from around 1680, is also up for grabs.

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  • They were joined by Japanese violinist Kaoru Yamada, and Sarah McMahon and Deborah Chandler, who made up the rest of cello ensemble.

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  • The word ' cello ' has been derived from the Italian word ' Violoncello ', which means ' little violone ' .

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  • I was responsible mainly for violin and piano tuition, but my position as String Teacher also included teaching the viola and cello.

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  • The word ' cello ' has been derived from the Italian word ' Violoncello ', which means ' little violone '.

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  • Written Melodies - They have unlimited sheet music for piano, organ, violin, cello, guitar, and flute.

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  • Their second song, "Out in the Woods," is unbearably poignant with aching cello and strange, pained Eastern European strings.

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  • Well, the closing ' Home Again ' starts all strummed acoustic then eventually launches into Luke singing over himself - the cello appears.

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  • A classically trained cellist, she can make the cello sound like more than 50 other instruments.

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  • Now principal cellist with The Academy of Ancient Music, she also teaches baroque cello at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama.

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  • It is recommended that every beginner cellist learns from a cello method.

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  • Girl Friday is actually an extremely well paid one woman task force she can do anything - including a mean cello.

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  • Alarm bells should have been ringing when an electric cello and electric double bass appeared.

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  • In 1983 he was appointed principal cello with the London Mozart Players.

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  • Watkins ' cello sonata was recorded by Paul and Huw Watkins for Nimbus Records on a CD featuring twentieth century British cello sonatas.

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  • I was once playing 2nd solo cello in Ariadne conducted by Simon Rattle at Glyndebourne.

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  • This was for six women and two men, set to bach cello suites, played onstage by Ben Chappell.

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  • Another famous work of Elgar's is his cello concerto.

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  • The large open diapason is the old pedal ' cello, which was of diapason scale and tone.

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  • Indeed I have played my cello with chamber ensembles in a number of concerts.

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  • The cello adds an eerie touch that (thank God) never becomes overkill.

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  • As well as working in the classical repertoire he is also widely known for his series of Classic Praise Cello albums.

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  • The first work, Fast Colors, is a dazzling virtuosic showpiece, scored for flute, clarinet, piano, violin and cello.

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  • People who play the cello are simply not good looking.

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  • They're not dressed up as ' punks ', are quite theatrical and use a cello and a clarinet in their set.

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  • The solo ' cello here could be seen as representing the voice of Christ.

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  • The tone of a really good cello is, in my opinion, absolutely unbeatable.

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  • His photograph of a woman with F holes painted on her back, so her body resembled a cello, is one of the most famous nude photos of the modernist era.

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  • Stringed instruments include orchestra instruments like the violin, cello, viola, and string bass, as well as the banjo, harp, and mandolin.

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