peacocks cello --- peacocks are bad luck in our family, but the cello  has been played by every generation

peacocks cello --- peacocks are bad luck in our family, but the cello has been played by every generation

urbanpastures: A Painted Violin For The Helena Symphony

urbanpastures: A Painted Violin For The Helena Symphony

Stradivari's Marylebone cello, 1688 I really need to play cello again. I miss…

Stradivari's Marylebone cello, 1688 I really need to play cello again. I miss…

Aluminum Cello - Japanese craftsmanship, Yamashita Kogyo is Japanese company known as hammering out the Shinkansen nose shape by human hand.  Now they create handmade Aluminum Cello. From @Linda Welker

Aluminum Cello - Japanese craftsmanship, Yamashita Kogyo is Japanese company known as hammering out the Shinkansen nose shape by human hand. Now they create handmade Aluminum Cello. From @Linda Welker

Glass cello made by Hario Glass Corporation in Japan

Glass cello made by Hario Glass Corporation in Japan

KEEP CALM AND PLAY CELLO... CELLO IS LIFE.........and violin

KEEP CALM AND PLAY CELLO... CELLO IS LIFE.........and violin

Ig (Instagram) #cello #piano #classicalmusic #classical

Ig (Instagram) #cello #piano #classicalmusic #classical

If Ruth played an instrument, surely it would be a cello, with its warm, rich, heart-stirring tone

If Ruth played an instrument, surely it would be a cello, with its warm, rich, heart-stirring tone

"A very rare example of the work of Hans Krouchdaler (Bern, Switzerland, ca. 1700), who, although residing in Bern, can be thought of as being a representative of the Alemanisch School. He was a pupil of perhaps the most significant luthier of this school, Joseph Meyer, from Pfaffenhausen, Germany."

"A very rare example of the work of Hans Krouchdaler (Bern, Switzerland, ca. 1700), who, although residing in Bern, can be thought of as being a representative of the Alemanisch School. He was a pupil of perhaps the most significant luthier of this school, Joseph Meyer, from Pfaffenhausen, Germany."

Every cellist in an orchestra seriously needs this.  It'd certainly make people stop stepping OVER your cello.

Every cellist in an orchestra seriously needs this. It'd certainly make people stop stepping OVER your cello.

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