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Selected Cello Books in the Allen Library
How to succeed in joining and surviving in an orchestra or ensemble. Includes sections on auditioning, conductors, performing philosophies, the highs and lows of performing, and more.
Lists more than 5,200 works for the solo cellist written 1960-1990. Entries give information on the duration, first performances and recordings, instrumentation, performance techniques used, and degree of difficulty.
A roadmap for every step of the owning process from selecting and buying (or renting) to maintaining, repairing, modifying, upgrading, and reselling your instrument.
An annotated bibliography of sources about the string quartet, including general references, histories, composers, performance, facsimiles and critical editions, and more.
A colorful autobiography spanning his musical education during WWII in Hungary, to his world tours, educational philosophy, and recording and pedagogical legacy
A healthy approach to learning the cello that promotes self-awareness, problem-solving skills and creative thinking.
Lists more than 1,500 works from the Baroque era to the present day. It gives information about each piece, including durations of works, and composers' dates and nationalities.
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