78 Search Results found for: "Joy of Cello Playing"

78 Search Results found for: "Joy of Cello Playing"

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Plug 'n Play™ Cello Outfit

Item# PPC24T


We've just added more reasons to love Plug 'n Play™ cellos! Working with a performing electric cellist, we focused on the needs of ensemble performers. Because tuning in the middle of a performance can be frightful, we added geared pegs, which hold their tuning and make adjustments almost imperceptible. We also added much more power, so you can soar above the horns when the music calls for it! And for practice at home, you can forgo the amp, plug in the included earphones, and practice without disturbing others. 

If you play a traditional acoustic cello, switching over to the Plug ' Play™ couldn't be easier – just plug into an amp, adjust the carbon fiber endpin, have a seat, and start playing. If you perform in a band and need to stand up, remove the endpin, insert the special extra long endpin provided, attach chest support piece, and you're ready to rock. Each Plug 'n Play™ is set up by SHAR, including critical finishing of the ebony fingerboard. 

Outfit includes pro gig bag, Brazilwood bow (KCB), cable with 1/4" jack, chest piece, earbuds and 9-volt battery. In ebony black. 

Plug 'n Play™ Cello Bass Amplifier

Item# SBA2


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SHAR Plug 'n Play™ Amplifier
These portable amps are perfect for practicing in the home or studio at low volumes. The 10-watt Violin/Viola amp features a 5" speaker, volume, bass, and treble controls, an overdrive switch, input jack, and headphone jack. The all new 30-watt cello-bass amp has a 10" speaker, volume, bass, middle, mid-frequency, and treble controls, high and low input jack, and headphone jack.
Which Amp?
Bowed string instruments have such a wide range of frequencies and dynamics that we recommend an "acoustic" instrument amplifier for live performances. Violins and violas enjoy the best results with amps that have a tweeter to accommodate the higher frequencies, while cellos and basses should use bass amplifiers.

Cello Playing Is Easy: Part 1 Warm Ups

Item# H286P-1


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The first of a five book series that will guide the emerging cellist through a daily journey of cello discovery, with the end result of producing a fine cellist! Warm-ups covers three areas - Body, Sound and Pitch. Each has a series of concepts and exercises presented in a clear and well-illustrated format. Includes a series of planners and checklist to help you progress. (These are also available separately as pads of 30 so you don't have to write in you book!). 162 pages.

"My students have experienced a remarkable amount of improvement in a short period of time with ideas that are clear and simply stated - definitely cutting edge teaching!" Brandon Vamos, Pacifica String Quartet, University of Illinois

The Art of Cello Playing by L Potter, Jr

Item# H41


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Scales, arpeggios, shift studies, duets, etudes, pieces, repertoire list. (230 pp. paperback)

Cello Playing Is Easy: Individual Lesson Tracker

Item# H286P-1F


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Playing The String Game by Phyllis Young

Item# H44


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Strategies for teaching cello and strings. Contains many creative teaching games for string students. (102 pp, paperback)

PlayAlong Folk Songs with CD Cello (easy) and Piano

Item# 1982 326

Shar: $25.95Sale: $23.36

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PlayAlong Classical Tunes with CD Cello (Easy) and Piano

Item# 1981 326

Shar: $25.95Sale: $23.36

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Popper-High School of Cello Playing, Op 73

Item# 3043 012

Shar: $14.95Sale: $13.46

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Popper's virtuosic etudes were originally written to help overcome the most difficult techniques a cellist will encounter in classical music. They remain almost a rite of passage for the most serious cello students.

By David Popper.. For Cello Solo. Kalmus Edition. Published by Alfred Music Publishing.

Difficulty: ASTA Grade 5

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