violoncello


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Synonyms for violoncello

a large stringed instrument

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La Prepa 6 abrira su auditorio el lunes 17 con el concierto inaugural, a las 19:00 horas: Duo Arsa-Robledo (Elizabeth Sanchez, violoncello; Sergio Robledo Acevedo, acordeon) interpretando El dulce dolor (1990), de Serguei Berinsky; El viernes, por ejemplo, de Klaus Paier, y Otono en Buenos Aires de Jose Elizondo.
6 Suites a Violoncello Solo senza Basso, BWV 1007-1012.
With violoncello and guitar, the two Swiss musicians Chris and Phil rock through various musical eras, combining exquisite classical melodies with brutal rock riffs and epic film scores.
Bach's cantata "My Heart Ever Faithful", 'Christmas Tree' and 'The Shepherds' from the cycle of Christmas songs by composer Peter Cornelius were all performed by Austrian artists - Bernhard Aichner (violoncello), Nina Violetta Aichner (pianist) and Jerilyn Chou (soprano).
People's artist Farhad Badalbeyli (piano), Olga Yermakova (piano), Dmitri Yablonski (violoncello), Janna Gandelman (violin), Shukur Samadov (clarinet), Annelle Grigory (violin), Oleg Khudyakov (piano), Andrey Varlamov (oboe), Afanasi Stupakov-Konev (violin), Chinara Azimova (soprano), Rafiga Guluzade (piano) and Alexander Doronin (piano) will perform at camera concerts on July 31.
ACEX has a solid experience in transportation of art objects and precious cargo, among which is transportation of valuable music instruments of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (the Stradivari violin, 1713, at the cost of 1,5 MIO Euro; Guarneri violin, 1867, which cost is equal to 1,4 MIO Euro, Roger's violoncello, 1696) historical values from Bulgaria ( imperial things, weapon and ancient icons), the sapphire that weights 300 kg from Russia to China, the two-meter statue that is made from the valuable Brazil wood Paubrasilia and many other cargo, that need special attention and responsibility.
The quartet is made up of George Hadjigeorgiou and Spyros Spyrou on violin, Nikolas Efthymiou on viola and Doros Zesimos on violoncello. The musicians and composers all deal with traditional music with appreciation while avoiding using the standardised way of approaching it.
This time, Russian Sergey Malov will not play viola but rather violin and violoncello of violin-maker Dmitry Badiarov.
* "Yo-Yo Ma Premieres Concertos for Violoncello and Orchestra" (album), Various (1996)
The programme featured Anton'edn Dvorak: Concerto in B Minor for violoncello and orchestra, Op 104, B 191, and Dmitri Shostakovich: Symphony No 10 in E Minor, Op 93.
The programme will feature Antoncn Dvorak: Concerto in B Minor for violoncello and orchestra, Op 104, B 191, and Dmitri Shostakovich: Symphony No 10 in E Minor, Op 93, according to the statement.
A known musician, composer and music educator, Molina learned playing the violoncello at an early age and it did not take long before he performed as an orchestra soloist for Manila Grand Opera House.
The aim is to find a theatrical language which is a mixture of violoncello, dance, body expression and songs to transpose these topics on the stage.
With music dating from the late 19th century - Tchaikovsky's popular 1812 Overture and Symphony No 5 and the Concerto in B Minor for Violoncello by Dvorak - the concert should be an audience pleaser.
Barham Livius: Concertante for the pianoforte, horn, viola, and violoncello arranged from a Sonata by Mozart (Trio in E[flat] major, KV498 'Kegelstatt'); Mozart: Quintet in E[flat] major for horn, violin, two violas, and cello, KV407/386c.