Cello help!!!

Cello help!!!

Cello help!!!    18:06 on Tuesday, February 09, 2010          


i know that there are amazing cello players out there and i ain't one of them so I'm look for some tips on being a better cello. If there is any advice you can give me ill take it!

Love, the Jimi Hendricks of cellos

Re: Cello help!!!    09:24 on Thursday, March 04, 2010          

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Posted by violinlydia

my brother is going to start playing the cello in the summer,
probly by summer i will sigh my brother up on 8notes my brothers name is(christian huthmaker)i will tell you when is is on ok!


Re: Cello help!!!    13:33 on Friday, March 19, 2010          


ok thanks sorry its taken so long to reply i havent been on the computer lately

Re: Cello help!!!    00:02 on Saturday, July 03, 2010          

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Posted by chinny7150

pratice 2-3 hrs day, love your cello. find a teacher...

Re: Cello help!!!    09:27 on Tuesday, November 09, 2010          

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Posted by Car4oline

You definately need a teacher! A teacher can get you further than learning on your own can do and they can spot things that are wrong with your posture that you may not notice and whenever things hurt they can diagnose the causes of them. I am a professional cellist and its probably the best advice i can give you. Other than that, sit up tall, relax your shoulders and enjoy every single note you play!

Re: Cello help!!!    00:34 on Sunday, December 26, 2010          

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I know I'm going to sound crazy going against everyone elses advice, but take it from a cellist who has played 5 1/2 years, you don't need a teacher if you are absolutely dedicated. This will be my second year as the principal cellist of my school, and I had to fight against people who had lessons for my spot. Practice, practice, practice is the only key to sucess. Loving what you do doesn't hurt either

Re: Cello help!!!    10:04 on Sunday, December 26, 2010          

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Posted by hegyhati

I'm far from being a professional cellist, probably I'll never be. I started learning the callo at my age of 23, and I was/am dedicated to it, love it, etc., but I can not imagine advancing without a teacher. I don't say, that it is impossible, and yes, one should do the 99% of the job at home by practicing. But still, as a beginner like You, I'd put my vote for finding a teacher as well.

Re: Cello help!!!    18:41 on Tuesday, January 25, 2011          

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Posted by stupty

Um i really nneed a peice of cello music for viva la vida anyone have one?

hi    18:05 on Monday, February 07, 2011          

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Posted by cellisimo

hi evreyone, I just saw this site, I am a professional cellist if you have any queastions i will try my best to help


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