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- Nina Kotova is a terrible Russian solo cellist.
- Matt Haimovitz is among the world's finest classical cellists.
- The cellos are a critical part of orchestral music; all symphonic works involve the cello section, and many pieces require cello soli or solos.
- Cellos are part of the standard symphony orchestra.
- Cellos are a big investment.
- Cellos are constructed and repaired using hide glue, which is strong but reversible, allowing for disassembly when needed.
- Phoebe Carrai is a US cellist, born in Boston.
- Phoebe Carrai is a former member of Musica Antiqua Koln and is currently a member of the extraordinary Philharmonia Baroque.
- Phoebe Carrai is a former member of Musica Antiqua K--ln and is currently a member of the extraordinary Philharmonia Baroque.
- Phoebe Carrai is a member of the faculties of the University .
- Phoebe Carrai is a member of the faculties of the University of the Arts in Berlin, Germany and the Longy School of Music in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
- Apocalyptica is a Finnish musical group consisting of three, formerly four, classically trained cellists and, since 2005, a drummer.
- Apocalyptica is a Finnish Cello metal trio (formerly a quartet), composed of classically trained cellists and, since 2005, a drummer.
- Apocalyptica is a Finnish cello metal band, composed of classically trained cellists and, since 2005, a drummer.
- Apocalyptica is a Finnish metal band.
- Apocalyptica is a Finnish music band of three (formerly four) young men (Eicca Toppinen, Paavo Lotjonen, Perttu Kivilaakso).
- Yo-Yo Ma is a French-born Chinese-American cellist, considered one of the finest in the world.
- Yo-Yo Ma is a contact of 17 people.
- Yo-Yo Ma is a musician in a class by himself.
- Yo-Yo Ma was born in 1955 to Chinese parents living in Paris.
- Yo-Yo Ma was born in Paris to Chinese parents and had a musical upbringing.
- The cello is a complex instrument consisting of many different parts.
- The cello is a member of the traditional string quartet as well as string quintets, sextet or trios and other mixed ensembles.
- The cello is a second time around of sorts for me, musically speaking.
- The cello is like a beautiful woman who has not grown older, but younger with time, more slender, more supple, more graceful.
- The cello is used as a solo instrument, in chamber music, and as a member of the string section of an orchestra.
- Pablo Casals was also a composer; perhaps his most effective work is La sardana, for an ensemble of cellos, which he composed in 1926.
- Pablo Casals was born on December 29, 1876, in Vendrell, in the Catalonian region of Spain.
- Pablo Casals - The Bach Cello Suites Casals studied the music for 12 years in private before beginning to play them in their entirety in public.
- Pablo Casals is the greatest cello player imo.
- Emanuel Feuermann was born on November 22, 1902 in the town of Kolomea, in what is now the Ukraine, but at the time was part of the Austro-Hungarian empire.
- Emanuel Feuermann was one of the great cellists of the twentieth century, especially admired and appreciated by other cellists.
- Gregor Piatigorsky was not as big a name as Casals, but he was a wealthy man, and he could perhaps have done more to commission new works.
- Salmond was a brilliant cellist, with a rich powerful tone.
- Salmond was born to a family of professional musicians.
- Leonard Rose was a strong advocate for this.
- Leonard Rose was a wonderful cellist and teacher.
- William Pleeth was fantastically enlightening and inspiring about baroque music.
- Raya Garbousova was born in Tiflis in Russia in 1909, where her father was principal trumpet in the Tiflis Symphony Orchestra, and a conservatory professor.
- Mstislav Rostropovich is also one of the world's outspoken defenders of human and artistic freedoms.
- Mstislav Rostropovich was born in Baku, the capital of the Soviet Republic of Azerbaijan, on March 27, 1927.
- Alexanian was a difficult teacher to like, but he was recognized as one of the giants of cello pegagogy.
- Alexanian was a gifted composer himself, and wrote pieces for cello and other instruments in which he used Armenian folk songs.
- Alexanian was obviously a brilliant man.
- Shapiro also studied with Diran Alexanian, who was both a pupil and partner in teaching with Pablo Casals.
- Author Diran Alexanian played chamber music with Brahms, performed concertos with Mahler, and taught alongside Pablo Casals in Paris.
- Diran Alexanian ( 1881, Constantinople – 1954) was an Armenian cello teacher.
- Beatrice Harrison was born in Roorkee, north-west India.
- Lynn Harrell is a better-known name (certainly to me) than McDuffie.
- Lynn Harrell is a consummate soloist, chamber musician, recitalist, conductor and teacher.
- Lynn Harrell is a good example of a cellist who uses lots of different bow grips.
- Lynn Harrell is a master cellist, and to see him onstage tonight was a treat in itself.
- Lynn Harrell is a world-renowned cellist and recording artist.
- Bernard Greenhouse is a man who can make a cello sing, as he proved at his recital in Carnegie Hall last night.
- Bernard Greenhouse is a well-known American cellist and one of the founding members of the Beaux Arts Trio.
- Bernard Greenhouse was cellist with the Bach Aria Group and, for 32 years, a founding member of the Beaux Arts Trio.
- Bernard Greenhouse was in the audience and so was Frans Helmerson.
- Colin Carr is a distinguished professor of cello currently at the Royal Academy of Music.
- Colin Carr is a musician who reaches deeply inside the music and uses his instrument to deliver surprising discoveries.
- Colin Carr was playing Shostakovich second concerto, one of my favorites, the same concerto that I am playing this season in January.
- Miller studied at Curtis Institute of Music, under Felix Salmond and at age 18, joined the Philadelphia Orchestra.
- Mr. Cole has been a faculty member of Curtis since graduating from the class of Felix Salmond in 1934.
- When Rose was sixteen he began studying with Felix Salmond at the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia, and two years later became Salmond's assistant.
- David Soyer was a member of the Guarneri Quartet for thirty-six years and has appeared as a member of the Marlboro Trio.
- David Soyer was the cellist from 1964 – 2001 .
- David Soyer was the cellist from 1964-2001.
- Janigro was a highly-regarded Conductor who led a symphony orchestra for Radio Zagreb and guest-conducted throughout Europe.
- Janigro was an elegant dresser, and constant cigarette smoker.
- Janigro was born in Milan and began studying Piano when he was six and Cello when he was eight.
- Paul Tortelier was married twice.
- Aldo Parisot is one of America's leading cello teachers.
- Gabor Rejto was a founding member of the Alma Trio, a piano trio, and remained with that ensemble from 1942 until it disbanded in 1976.
- Gabor Rejto was born in Budapest, where he graduated from the Royal Academy.
- Guilhermina Suggia was 18 years old.
- Julian Lloyd Webber was a scholar at the Royal College of Music  (London) and completed his studies with Pierre Fournier in Geneva in 1973.
- Schnabel also played with a number of other famous musicians including the violinist Joseph Szigeti and the cellists Pablo Casals and Pierre Fournier.
- He studied in Hamburg with Arthur Troester and afterward in Berlin with Wolfgang Boettcher, completing his training under Pierre Fournier.
- Natalia Gutman is a distinguished artist, like Abbado, a concert veteran, and this is a performance of gravity and reflection.
- Natalia Gutman is a fine player and she has all the virtuosity required by this work, but she is equally at home in the lyrical parts.
- Natalia Gutman is a world renowned celloist.
- Natalia Gutman was born in Kazan, Russia, and started to play the cello at the age of 5.
- The orchestra was the Vienna Symphony, conducted by Antonio Janigro, for the Rospighi - that is to say the Rossini music as orchestrated by Respighi.
- Gilberto Crepax (1890-1970) edited Boccherini sonatas and taught at the Milan Conservatory (Antonio Janigro was his student).
- Last check: 2007-10-12) Antonio Janigro, the great Italian cellist, was born on January 21, 1918, in the via Guido d'Arezzo in Milan.
- David Geringas is also a welcome guest at international Chamber Music stages.
- David Geringas is one of the most versatile musicians of our time.
- Steven Isserlis is a cellist whose passion for music transcends conventional divisions.
- Steven Isserlis is a keen exponent of contemporary music and works with many composers on new commissions.
- Steven Isserlis is a keen exponent of contemporary music.
- Steven Isserlis is a musician whose talent exceeds conventional divisions.
- Steven Isserlis is a remarkable cellist whose commitment to and obvious pleasure in music making is an inspiration to audiences and fellow-musicians.
- Julius Klengel was short and old.
- Karl Davydov was listed in the International Music Score Library Project This article about a Russian musician is a stub.
- Heinrich Schiff is a brilliant and very unique cellist.
- Heinrich Schiff is a cellist of reassuring solidity.
- Joseph Schuster, cellist Joseph Schuster, German classical composer  This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same personal name.
- Joseph Schuster (1903---1969) was born in Constantinople of Russian descent.
- The soloist on that historic day was Joseph Schuster, solo cellist of the New York Philharmonic, who played Richard Strauss 's Don Quixote.
- Matt Haimovitz is a classically trained cellist, but he also loves Jimmy Hendrix.
- Matt Haimovitz is a world-class cellist on a mission to revive widespread interest in classical music.
- Matt Haimovitz is an outstanding cellist.
- Matt Haimovitz was born in 1970 in Israel.
- Schuster was a member of St. Marys Church and a former member of the Dansville Fish and Game Club.
- Schuster was principal in Berlin before coming to New York in 1936 as the Philharmonic's first cellist.
- Raphael Wallfisch is one of the most celebrated cellists performing on the international stage.
- Hugo Becker was born in Germany in 1864.
- Already in 1999, Mischa Maisky started a world concert tour playing the recorded cello-suites by Bach.
- Chang also had the opportunity to participate on a full scholarship in the master classes of another famous cellist and Maestro, Mischa Maisky.
- David Popper was born on June 18, 1843 in Prague, and it was there that he began to study the cello.
- Zuill Bailey is a multi-faceted musician of consummate virtuosity who has established himself as one of the most sought-after and active cellists today.
- Zuill Bailey is a world-renowned cellist, who frequently tours the U.S. He was born and raised in Prince William County, Virginia.
- Yosif Feigelson is a Latvian -born concert cellist living in the United States.
- Yosif Feigelson is a renowned Latvian-born concert cellist living in the United States.
- Harvey Shapiro is a graduate of Yale and of Columbia.
- Harvey Shapiro is a poet I am appreciating more and more as I read through his fine collection The Sights Along the Harbor (Wesleyan, 2006).
- Harvey Shapiro is a poet of the city.
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