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Paul Rosenthal, Violin Clips 1,2,3

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Josephine van Lier selects the Luis and Clark Cello

LUIS AND CLARK Carbon Fibre Cello Alberta String Association Newsletter Summer 2006 Josephine van Lier For quite some time, I wanted to purchase a cello that I could safely use for teaching; my 1870 Mirecourt cello suffered quite seriously from being picked up and put down a thousand times a day, not to mention being [...]

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Carbon-Fiber Cellos No Longer Playing Second-Fiddle to Wooden Instruments

February 25, 2009

 – Scientific American Historically, carbon-fiber composites have beefed up airplane and space shuttle wings

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Derek Gomez’s carbon fibre cello unique

It’s lighter, cheaper and it turns heads in the pit: Derek Gomez plays his $7,500 (Canadian dollars) space-age cello. Bill Rankin, The Edmonton Journal Saturday, January 03, 2004 EDMONTON – Derek Gomez is a quiet man, an analytical man. Behind his reserved exterior, though, the Edmonton Symphony cellist is also what you might call a [...]

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The Double Bass is Here

“The bass sounds just magical in the middle register and totally sings when soloing. Plus it’s a ton of fun to play – the sloped shoulders are really comfortable and make accessing the upper register very easy. I’ve been giving the instrument a good shakedown over the last month or so and have been very [...]

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