Cello music

The violoncello (or cello) is an instrument from the violin family. It has four strings tuned in perfect fifths. It became popular in the first decades of the 18th century, eventually replacing the bass violin and other mid-sized similar bowed chordophones. Nowadays the can be found in orchestras or a solo instrument, and less frequently in some modern ensembles, including rock bands. Music for the cello is usually written in the bass clef, but both tenor and treble clefs are used for high passages.
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Compositeurs à l'affiche Johann Sebastian Bach  ·  Ludwig van Beethoven  ·  Johannes Brahms  ·  Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky  ·  Franz Joseph Haydn  ·  Gabriel Fauré  ·  Edward Elgar  ·  Gioachino Antonio Rossini  ·  Max Reger  ·  Jean Sibelius  ·  Jacques Offenbach  ·  Anton Rubinstein  ·  Eugène Ysaÿe  ·  Jacques Ibert  ·  Friedrich Dotzauer  ·  Gabriel Malancioiu  ·  Benedetto Marcello  ·  David Toub  ·  Jean-Baptiste Bréval  ·  Alain Lefébure  ·  Pierre Baillot  ·  Friedrich Grützmacher  ·  Karl Davydov  ·  Joseph Dall'Abaco  ·  Carlo Alfredo Piatti  ·  Johann Philipp Kirnberger  ·  Jean-Louis Duport  ·  Auguste Franchomme  ·  Richard Wüerst  ·  Paul Bazelaire  ·  Wilhelm Fitzenhagen  ·  Dubuisson  ·  Carl Fischer  ·  Louis Abbiate  ·  Julius Klengel  ·  Martin Berteau  ·  Louis R. Feuillard  ·  Ludwig Albrecht  ·  Robert Emile Bockmühl  ·  Arturo Cuccoli  ·  Oscar Brückner  ·  Auguste Mathieu Panseron  ·  Diran Alexanian  ·  Giovanni Battista degli Antonii  ·  Bernhard Cossmann  ·  Charles Nicolas Baudiot  ·  Gustav Erlanger  ·  Pierre François Olivier Aubert  ·  Kaspar Jacob Bischoff  ·  Paul Coutan
Periods 20th Century  ·  21st Century  ·  Baroque  ·  Classical  ·  Early 20th Century  ·  Late 19th century  ·  Romantic
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