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104 pages

Position Pieces for Cello

Creator: Rick Mooney | Music - 2004-11

Introduction This book deals with Fifth, Sixth and Seventh positions on the cello. Coinci- dentally, because of the range of the notes commonly used in those positions, there is a lot of practice reading tenor clef.

Publisher: Alfred Pub Co

About this book
Position Pieces for Cello, Book 2 fills the pedagogical gap between the first book of Position Pieces and the two Thumb Position for Cello books in that it covers the fifth, sixth, and seventh positions. Position Pieces for Cello, Book 2 systematically introduces ways to find the correct location of each position and also to understand the various finger patterns required. As with Mr. Mooney's other books, this is accomplished in an enjoyable and creative manner through the use of cello duets. With titles like "Surfing Cellos," "Jumping Flea," and "The Happy Certified Public Accountant," these pieces are really fun for students to play! This book will prove to be an indispensable tool for intermediate level cello students.



373 pages

The Baroque Cello Revival, An Oral History

Creator: Paul R. Laird | 2004-09-01

Later Pleeth commissioned Rubio to copy William Pleeth's 1732 cello from Stradivari's workshop. Pleeth used the copy to record works by Vivaldi and other composers, including in a joint release with Anner Bylsma.

Publisher: Scarecrow Pr

About this book
This resource considers the Baroque cello's revival as part of the period instrument movement from the viewpoints of over forty cellists from three generations and four luthiers who have worked on period cellos. What emerges is a nuanced and detailed picture of the cello in the past and present and the varied instruments now played under the label "Baroque cello." Period instruments played with appropriate techniques have become a major presence in classical music in recent decades. For the cello, which changed substantially between the end of the sixteenth and early eighteenth centuries, it is challenging to describe specific traits for certain time periods, let alone how it was played in those periods. By chronicling the searches of over forty top cellists in England, Europe, and North America, the author goes far in revealing the great variety of forms that exist. This is the first study in which the revival of a single period instrument has been considered in such qualified detail and will be of great interest to musicologists, luthiers, and anyone interested in string history.



181 pages

Cello story

Creator: Dimitry Markevitch, Florence Seder | Music - 1984-12

Markevitch played some Ukranian melodies for Servais, who later used them in his Variations for cello. In Leipzig in 1844, Servais took part in a concert that included the Beethoven Trio opus 97, with the famous teacher Ferdinand David ...

Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing

About this book
Translated from the French by Florence W. Seder, Dimitry Markevitch concludes his preface, or Prelude as he calls it: "History, fact and personal anecdote blend here to provide a complete story of the instrument. May this book entertain you, help you to know the cello to the fullest, and lead you to love it as I do." Reading the book confirms that he has amply accomplished his aims. His qualifications for doing so are of the highest. Markevitch is a performer of considerable note and a teacher at both the Ecole Normale de Musique and Conservatoire Serge Rachmaninoff in Paris. He also has a keen interest in musicology and has edited many works for publication. The book is divided into three parts: "The Instrument," tracing the history of the cello and cello bow from earliest times, "The Performers," anecdotes of historical cellists plus a long section on Markevitch's friend Piatigorsky, and "Great Moments for the Cello," development of cello repertoire.


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  • Crescent

    Crescent 4/4 Beginner Cello Starter Kit - Natural Wood Color (Bag, Bow, Accessories Included)

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    List Price: $299.99

    Rosin. Extra Set of String.
    Spruce top. Maple back, neck and sides.
    Padded carrying bag.
    Rosewood frog, wood stick bow with genuine horsehair.
    Ebonized pegs and fingerboard. Alloy tailpiece with 4 built-in fine tuners.


  • Cecilio Musical Instruments

    Cecilio CCO-100 Student Cello with Soft Case, Stand, Bow, Rosin, Bridge and Extra Set of Strings, Size 4/4 (Full Size)

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    Rating (178 reviews):
    (3.4/5)
    Cecilio Musical Instruments

    Excellent for the price

    Let me start off by saying that I have absolutely no experience playing cello, so I don't have a lot of knowledge of the instrument to compare it to.PROS:That being said, I think this is an amazing cello for the price. Considering that most "beginner" cellos in a music store start out around $1,000, finding a cello that sounds good at all for $200 is great. It did make a weird squeaky sound when I played the G string while holding down on the fret, but I started making sure I kept the rosin residue wiped off the string, switched to rather than the rosin that came with it, and started using the bow like I was taught in ... 5/5 Brelywi "Brelywi" - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) Let me start off by saying that I have absolutely no experience playing cello, so I don't have a lot of knowledge of the instrument to compare it to.PROS:That being said, I think this is an amazing cello for the price. Considering that most "beginner" cellos in a music store start out around $1,000, finding a cello that sounds good at all for $200 is great. It did make a weird squeaky sound when I played the G string while holding down on the fret, but I started making sure I kept the rosin residue wiped off the string, switched to Jade L'Opera JADE Rosin for Violin, Viola, and Cello rather than the rosin that came with it, and started using the bow like I was taught in Cello... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 13, 2012

    decent quality, you get what you pay for

    0 2/5 stavros - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Cecilio CCO-Black Student Cello with Soft Case, Stand, Bow, Rosin, Bridge and Extra Set of Strings, Size 4/4 (Full Size) (Electronics) i was so excited to play my new cello! when i got it i tuned it and cleaned it and played everyday. i played almost 5 hours a week and enjoyed it very much. had a good sound for a student cello and it felt decently made. after a while though i noticed on the back of the bridge towards the neck that there was a little crack. didnt think much of it but after 2 days that crack turned into a huge break and the finger board completley came off. i enjoyed play my first cello and it was time to get one that was of higher quality. i would recomend a new studnet to buy it but i dont know how long it will last. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 16, 2012

    Completely satisfied customer

    0 5/5 BROTHER RAT FINK - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Cecilio CCO-Black Student Cello with Soft Case, Stand, Bow, Rosin, Bridge and Extra Set of Strings, Size 4/4 (Full Size) (Electronics) I am currently learning to play cello on my own.I was surprised at the quality of the cello for the price,(the bow was very cheap and warped).The tone is awesome,when I play a song the tone sounds exactly like the instrument on the instructional C-D.I Would highly recommend thepurchase of: A new bow,better rosin,the strings included with the cello are just fine.Overall I am very happy with my purchase,and wouldrecommend it to anyone.Keep in mind it is a beginner cello,a great start for someone just starting out,without spending alot of money. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 30, 2011
    List Price: $499.99
    Size 4/4 (Full Size) high-luster varnish cello
    Crack-proof spruce top with maple neck, back & sides
    Includes: padded soft carrying case, a Brazilwood bow with unbleached genuine Mongolian horsehair, rosin, bridge, cello stand, and extra set of strings
    1 Year Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects
    Maple fingerboard and pegs with an alloy tailpiece with four integrated fine tuners


  • Merano

    Crystalcello MC100 Full Size 4/4 Cello with Carrying Bag + Bow + Accessories

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    Rating (30 reviews):
    (3.8/5)
    Merano

    Be prepared to spend a lot to make the cello playable.

    When I was quoted $1,000 locally at two stores for a cello just to begin lessons, I thought I could do better online. I found a cello through Crystal Cello. With any cello you buy, you're going to pay $80-$125 extra for set-up charges (tuning and setting the sound peg inside; installing the bridge), but I had to spend more like $480: $80 - Set-up; $400 - Within a month, I started having trouble, and the cello was in the shop repeatedly as we made adjustments and repairs. Here's all that went wrong: the fingerboard (just black-painted wood, not ebony) warped up into the strings and made the cello unplayable and had to be replaced along with the nut; the post at the bottom had to be loosened so it would slide out of the cello. No complaints about their service or shipping, but the reality is I got the cello and its case for about $225, but now I'm into it for $700. I've still saved money over the locally quoted price, but it has been frustrating having the cello in and out of the... 2/5 JustAThought - See all my reviews This review is from: Crystalcello MC100 Full Size 4/4 Cello with Carrying Bag + Bow + Accessories (Electronics) When I was quoted $1,000 locally at two stores for a cello just to begin lessons, I thought I could do better online. I found a cello through Crystal Cello. With any cello you buy, you're going to pay $80-$125 extra for set-up charges (tuning and setting the sound peg inside; installing the bridge), but I had to spend more like $480: $80 - Set-up; $400 - Within a month, I started having trouble, and the cello was in the shop repeatedly as we made adjustments and repairs. Here's all that went wrong: the fingerboard (just black-painted wood, not ebony) warped up into the strings and made the cello unplayable and had to be replaced along with the nut; the post at the bottom had to be loosened so it would slide out of the cello. No complaints about their service or shipping, but the reality is I got the cello and its case for about $225, but now I'm into it for $700. I've still saved money over the locally quoted price, but it has been frustrating having the cello in and out of the... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 1, 2011

    Quality

    0 4/5 Daniel Tsukamoto (Watertown, SD) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Crystalcello MC100 Full Size 4/4 Cello with Carrying Bag + Bow + Accessories (Electronics) Overall, I am pleased with my new cello, because it came with strings, end pin protector, cello rosin, cello cover, and French bow. I was surprised I did not find any packaged extra strings. I was also surprised to see that some hair came out from the bow very easily, which almost led me to believe that this bow needed re-hairing. It seems that this instrument can produce a good resonating forward sound, which at times have to control by backing the note dynamics off. I was not able to find a logo indicating where this cello was originally made at. The bridge was slightly too high. Because my original plan was to use the instrument in my church only and not professionally, this full-size instrument works very well with me. Thank you! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 4, 2009

    Beautiful Cello--bad strings

    0 2/5 Charmaine Mankey (Sunny Southern California) - See all my reviews, June 5, 2010
    List Price: $249.99
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    wood stick bow with genuine horsehair.^Padded carrying bag.^Rosin. Extra Set of String.
    Spruce top. Maple back
    neck and sides.^Ebonized pegs and fingerboard. Alloy tailpiece with 4 built-in fine tuners.^Rosewood frog


  • Cecilio Musical Instruments

    Cecilio CCO-200 Solid Wood Cello with Hard & Soft Case, Stand, Bow, Rosin, Bridge and Extra Set of Strings, Size 4/4 (Full Size)

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    List Price: $799.99

    Maple fingerboard and pegs with an alloy tailpiece with four integrated fine tuners
    Includes: hard and soft case, a Brazilwood bow with unbleached genuine Mongolian horsehair, rosin, bridge, cello stand, and extra set of strings
    Hand-carved solid spruce top with maple neck, back & sides
    1 Year Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects
    Size 4/4 (Full Size) high-luster varnish cello with inlaid purfling


  • Grace

    GRACE 4/4 Size Student Cello with Bag and Bow + Free Rosin

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    Rating (6 reviews):
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    Grace

    Cello a Great Bargain

    0 5/5 Charles O. Williams - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: GRACE 4/4 Size Student Cello with Bag and Bow + Free Rosin The GRACE 4/4 Size Student Cello with Bag and Bow and Free Rosin was a wonderful bargain for the price. The Cello has excellent tone quality, the body finish is quite stunning. The craftsmanship is top notch. The overall weight if the instrument is exceptional. I would recommend this Cello to anyone who is seeking a great bargain. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 4, 2014

    Very happy with this cello

    0 5/5 Maurizio Pellecchia - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: GRACE 4/4 Size Student Cello with Bag and Bow + Free Rosin I am very pleased with the instrument. I am a beginner and had tested an allegedly high quality cello for $50/month. I decided to return that abs try one of these inexpensive student cello. Tuning it at first seemed difficult, but again I am a beginner and had trouble tuning also the rented high quality cello. With some patience and an electronic tuner I was able to tune it. I checked the tune after the cello was sitting idle for several hours and it was fine, just needed minor retuning, similar to what I experienced with the rented high end cello. The sound it produced is identical (again to my beginner hear) to that of the expensive cello. It arrived quickly and again it takes just 45 minutes to set it up. It looks really great and I would recommend it to beginners -intermediate players rather then renting one. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 18, 2015

    Pretty appearence, and that's about all.

    0 2/5 Richard - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: GRACE 4/4 Size Student Cello with Bag and Bow + Free Rosin I bought this as a Christmas present and while it appears beautiful in appearence, it's riddled with problems. First of all, the starter strings are exremely cheap and broke the first time I tried to tune the Cello. Speaking of tuning, it will not hold a tune while playing. The pegs always come loose and you constantly have to retune it. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 18, 2015
    Hardwood frog, wood stick bow with white horsehair
    Free Rosin
    Hard wood pegs and fingerboard. Alloy tailpiece with 4 built-in fine tuners
    Spruce top. Maple back, neck and sides
    Well - padded carrying bag


  • Cecilio Musical Instruments

    Cecilio 4/4 CECO-1WH Pearl White Electric Cello with Ebony Fittings in Style 1 (Full Size)

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    Rating (57 reviews):
    (3.3/5)
    Cecilio Musical Instruments

    Fine as a starter electric

    I bought this cello because I couldn't afford the big gnarly cellos (yet). I couldn't find any reviews on THIS particular model, so I hope this helps someone in the future. The cello came in a box with good packaging. The bridge was not installed. I've only played an acoustic cello before, so a little guidance would have been helpful here. Had to look at the pictures on the Cecilio website to figure out that the bridge goes right on top of the pickup. Got the bridge up, strings tightened some then put the battery in. OK, that worked. Plugged in the cheap headphones that come with it. Nothing. Tried the other jacks. Nothing. Tried the 1/8" to 1/4" cord into a mixer. Nothing. I called the manufacturer and they were less than helpful. They figured the guy in India (from Amazon)would have MUCH better information than the manufacturer. While I was fuming and contacting the guy in India my husband messed around with it some more. We found out that it has to go from the... 2/5 Heather K. Girone - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) I bought this cello because I couldn't afford the big gnarly cellos (yet). I couldn't find any reviews on THIS particular model, so I hope this helps someone in the future. The cello came in a box with good packaging. The bridge was not installed. I've only played an acoustic cello before, so a little guidance would have been helpful here. Had to look at the pictures on the Cecilio website to figure out that the bridge goes right on top of the pickup. Got the bridge up, strings tightened some then put the battery in. OK, that worked. Plugged in the cheap headphones that come with it. Nothing. Tried the other jacks. Nothing. Tried the 1/8" to 1/4" cord into a mixer. Nothing. I called the manufacturer and they were less than helpful. They figured the guy in India (from Amazon)would have MUCH better information than the manufacturer. While I was fuming and contacting the guy in India my husband messed around with it some more. We found out that it has to go from the... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 17, 2011

    Solid and well made, with some quirks.

    0 4/5 M. Holt "Intrigued" (Virginia) - See all my reviews, July 27, 2011

    Unbelievable performance for the money!

    First, a little background. I played cello in high school - over 40 years ago - and decided I wanted to get back into cello.It seems there are 2 areas as far as prices are concerned - the "inexpensive" cellos, and then the ones that break the bank- there seems to be very little in between. I bought a few of the imported "inexpensive" acoustics, but they lacked good tone. All the cellos needed bridge and nut work, and better strings. I finally found an older acoustic that has good tone, but still am not happy with the overall instrument.So I decided to venture into electric cellos, where most of the sound is controlled by the pick-up and amp combination. It is not so much relying on the "speaker" of the big cello wooden box. Again, there is the $300+ range, and then into nearly $2000 range, so I bought this cello, in the Mahogany color.All I can say is - Wow! Packing was great, the fit and finish is excellent. It had the usual issues - mainly lesser quality strings,... 5/5 eric keith (sacramento, ca United States) - See all my reviews, January 22, 2012
    List Price: $899.99
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    Ebony fingerboard, pegs and tailpiece with mother of pearl inlay and 4 detachable fine tuners
    1 Year Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects
    Includes: well padded lightweight soft-case, bow, rosin, aux cable, & headphones
    Size 4/4 electric cello with hand-carved maple wood & pearl white varnish in style 1 (full size)
    Powered by a 9V Alkaline battery (included)


  • Merano

    MERANO BRAND 4/4 Size Natural Cello with Bag and Bow+Rosin+Extra Set of MERANO Brand Strings+Tuner+Cello Stand+Music Stand

    Musical Instruments (Merano)

    wood stick bow with white horsehair^Well - padded carrying bag^Free Rosin; Extra Set of Strings
    Cello Stand
    Tuner
    Music Stand
    Spruce top. Maple back
    neck and sides^Hard wood pegs and fingerboard. Alloy tailpiece with 4 built-in fine tuners^Hardwood frog


  • Merano

    Merano 4/4 Size Cello with Hard Case with Bag and Bow+2 Sets of Strings+Cello Stand+Black Music Stand+Metro Tuner+Mute+Rosin

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    Rating (27 reviews):
    (3.9/5)
    Merano

    Beautiful and good quality Cello!

    I've been playing the Cello for almost 5 years now, and I finally decided to buy my first Cello. My family doesn't have a lot of money, and Cellos originally cost around $1000, and I just simply couldn't afford it. Luckily, Amazon had the answer. Let me tell you, I was definitely skeptical about buying a cheap Cello from a website. I read articles saying that buying a Cello online was terrible and it would break in a flash. I also found out that you had to put the bridge in yourself, and that was something so terrifying for me because if I broke the bridge (which is, in my opinion, the most important part of the Cello) I would be heartbroken.However, I bought it anyways and a couple weeks later I found a giant box on my doorsteps waiting for me. The hard case fit very snug inside the giant box and it took a while to take out, but the Cello was just beautiful. The fine tuner was wrapped around protective paper and the bridge was located safely inside the little storage area... 5/5 Neely Webster - See all my reviews This review is from: Merano 4/4 Size Cello with Hard Case with Bag and Bow+2 Sets of Strings+Cello Stand+Black Music Stand+Metro Tuner+Mute+Rosin (Electronics) I've been playing the Cello for almost 5 years now, and I finally decided to buy my first Cello. My family doesn't have a lot of money, and Cellos originally cost around $1000, and I just simply couldn't afford it. Luckily, Amazon had the answer. Let me tell you, I was definitely skeptical about buying a cheap Cello from a website. I read articles saying that buying a Cello online was terrible and it would break in a flash. I also found out that you had to put the bridge in yourself, and that was something so terrifying for me because if I broke the bridge (which is, in my opinion, the most important part of the Cello) I would be heartbroken.However, I bought it anyways and a couple weeks later I found a giant box on my doorsteps waiting for me. The hard case fit very snug inside the giant box and it took a while to take out, but the Cello was just beautiful. The fine tuner was wrapped around protective paper and the bridge was located safely inside the little storage area... Read more, August 5, 2014

    Pretty nice =D

    0 4/5 Spottedfire - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Merano 4/4 Size Cello with Hard Case with Bag and Bow+2 Sets of Strings+Cello Stand+Black Music Stand+Metro Tuner+Mute+Rosin (Electronics) The tailpiece comes on the cello disconnected as well as the bridge, but the cello is beautiful and has a very nice color and shine.I absolutely adore the metronome and stand it comes with.The cases are nice, too; the hard foam-like one has a lock and little key, along with rolling wheels so you don't have to carry it on your back or hold it off the ground.I only saw one extra set of strings, but that works for me; there's a set on the cello itself.The fingerboard, scroll, and pegs are a good quality wood.The bow looked nice, but I haven't really checked it out 100% yet.Overall, I was very satisfied to receive this cello for the price. Recommend it.Seller communication is very good, I got a quick response when I emailed them.I'll keep this updated this week. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 26, 2012

    Superb Service, Fast Delivery, Beautiful

    0 5/5 Daniel Mcgowen "Anima40000" (murrieta, CA.) - See all my reviews, March 10, 2012
    Spruce top. Maple back
    two wheels^Free: Padded Carrying Bag;2 Sets of String;Cello Stand:Music Stand;Rosin;Metro Tuner;Mute
    sheet music and accessories pocket
    two bow holders
    neck and sides.^Black Hard Wood pegs and fingerboard.Alloy tailpiece with 4 built-in fine tuners^Hardwood frog
    wood stick bow with genuine horsehair^Lightweight case with plush lining
    600 denier nylon exterior


  • U.S. Band & Orchestra Supplies Inc.

    Knilling Bucharest Model Laminated Cello Outfit, 4/4 Size

    Musical Instruments (U.S. Band & Orchestra Supplies Inc.)

    Rating (1 reviews):
    (5.0/5)
    U.S. Band & Orchestra Supplies Inc.

    Very nice sound

    0 5/5 Gloria P. Valadez Sanchez "Patricia" (Mexico City) - See all my reviews, September 20, 2013
    List Price: $1,799.00
    Price: $1,225.73
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    Even grain, Bavarian spruce top; European curly maple back
    Ebony nut, fingerboard, tailpiece and saddle; shop adjusted in USA; quality maple bridge; four Perfection planetary geared fine string adjusters; 16" endpin; D'Addario Prelude steelcore strings
    Glasser fiberglass bow with fully-lined ebonite frog; genuine white horsehair
    Padded nylon oxford cover; reinforced handle; bow and accessory pockets
    Fully laminated construction for durability; inland purfling


  • Cecilio Musical Instruments

    Cecilio CHC-50C_4/4 Lightweight Hard Case with Wheels - Full Size

    Musical Instruments (Cecilio Musical Instruments)
    List Price: $199.99

    Featherweight hardshell case with removable & adjustable backpack straps
    Two bow holders and compartment for accessories
    Heavy duty black canvas exterior
    Burgundy plush velvet interior to protect instrument finish
    Large zippered pocket on the back exterior for sheet music & accessories


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A business card suitable for a Cello teacher or music tutor with a stylish, artistic design of a Cello. This card could be used for someone who has a studio, in which case you can add your address, or for a freelance Cello or music teacher. This business card is fully customisable to include your own personal details and qualifications.
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Cello Music Note Spiral Notebook Journal

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If you love to play the cello, you will love this cute and pretty cello, heart, music note and bass clef spiral notebook cover in pink. This custom cellist notebook can be personalized with your name. It makes a great gift for a student or music teacher. Use it as a practice book, journal, diary or for general note keeping. Great for home office supplies or back to school use. Artwork © Chrissy H. Studios, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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This full - colour cello Fingering Chart is a valuable addition to any classroom or practice room, and is a bright and cheerful aid to practice. This fun, colourful poster shows the fingering for every note in first position on cello. It is also useful for sightreading, as it displays the position of each note on the stave, with the cello fingering shown above.
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