Cello sentence example
Her hobbies include photography, surfing, watching rugby and playing the piano and cello.
He started to study the cello at Trinity College of Music junior department at the age of 14.
Lily Pollen stains gently dab a cello tape onto the stain.
The piccolos played in unison with the cello, for an interesting musical effect.
Then, as I became a bit older, maybe about eight, I started learning cello.Advertisement
He played the cello in various opera house orchestras and then in 1828 he became solo cellist at the Royal Chapel.
A cello was put to good use, working effectively with the bass guitar and neatly finished off with some very well played congas.
Dana Feder's achingly beautiful cello counterpoint the vocals and piano, with subtle church organ riffing completing the mystical effect.
I was responsible mainly for violin and piano tuition, but my position as String teacher also included teaching the viola and cello.
A bass viola da gamba, the precursor to the cello, which dates from around 1680, is also up for grabs.Advertisement
They were joined by Japanese violinist Kaoru Yamada, and Sarah McMahon and Deborah Chandler, who made up the rest of cello ensemble.
The word ' cello ' has been derived from the Italian word ' Violoncello ', which means ' little violone ' .
I was responsible mainly for violin and piano tuition, but my position as String Teacher also included teaching the viola and cello.
The word ' cello ' has been derived from the Italian word ' Violoncello ', which means ' little violone '.
Written Melodies - They have unlimited sheet music for piano, organ, violin, cello, guitar, and flute.Advertisement
Their second song, "Out in the Woods," is unbearably poignant with aching cello and strange, pained Eastern European strings.
Well, the closing ' Home Again ' starts all strummed acoustic then eventually launches into Luke singing over himself - the cello appears.
A classically trained cellist, she can make the cello sound like more than 50 other instruments.
Now principal cellist with The Academy of Ancient Music, she also teaches baroque cello at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama.
It is recommended that every beginner cellist learns from a cello method.Advertisement
Girl Friday is actually an extremely well paid one woman task force she can do anything - including a mean cello.
Alarm bells should have been ringing when an electric cello and electric double bass appeared.
In 1983 he was appointed principal cello with the London Mozart Players.
Watkins ' cello sonata was recorded by Paul and Huw Watkins for Nimbus Records on a CD featuring twentieth century British cello sonatas.
I was once playing 2nd solo cello in Ariadne conducted by Simon Rattle at Glyndebourne.Advertisement
This was for six women and two men, set to bach cello suites, played onstage by Ben Chappell.
Another famous work of Elgar's is his cello concerto.
The large open diapason is the old pedal ' cello, which was of diapason scale and tone.
Indeed I have played my cello with chamber ensembles in a number of concerts.
The cello adds an eerie touch that (thank God) never becomes overkill.Advertisement
As well as working in the classical repertoire he is also widely known for his series of Classic Praise Cello albums.
The first work, Fast Colors, is a dazzling virtuosic showpiece, scored for flute, clarinet, piano, violin and cello.
People who play the cello are simply not good looking.
They're not dressed up as ' punks ', are quite theatrical and use a cello and a clarinet in their set.
The solo ' cello here could be seen as representing the voice of Christ.Advertisement
The tone of a really good cello is, in my opinion, absolutely unbeatable.
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.
Stringed instruments include orchestra instruments like the violin, cello, viola, and string bass, as well as the banjo, harp, and mandolin.