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10 Questions about Improvisation and Clazz Music Festival

Check out our interview with Crispin Campbell, discussing improvisation and the Clazz Music Festival
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Interview with Joel Quarrington

Hans Jensen interviews Joel Quarrington on his recording release of “An die Musik”
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A Teacher’s Perspective: Asking Questions to Promote Self-Sufficiency in Students

Professional Slider Version This article from guest author Mihai Tetel explores questions that he asks to help make his students focused and alert during lessons
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Engage Your CelloMind! New Book from Hans Jensen and Minna Rose Chung

Ovation Press recently published CelloMind, a two-part, pedagogical method book that has been written to help musicians understand HOW intonation works and, more importantly, WHY it works the way it does. CelloMind was created by two highly respected cello teachers. Hans Jørgen Jensen has earned a place among the world’s elite teachers, and his former […]
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Richard Narroway and his Bach Six Cello Suites Recording

Cellist Richard Narroway chats with String Visions about his complete recording of the Bach Cello Suites and his tour in Australia
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Interview with Grigory Kalinovsky

Violinist Grigory Kalinovsky discusses his early musical and family roots in Soviet Russia, as well as his affinity for composer Mieczysław Weinberg
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Interview with Valter Dešpalj about his Transcriptions for Cello and Guitar, published by Ovation Press

Valter Dešpalj discusses his Cello/Guitar transcriptions, published by Ovation Press, such as Schubert’s Arpeggione and his brother’s Ommagio A Bellini
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George Gershwin Featured

Two Gershwin Masterpieces on Cello

George Gershwin Featured Valter Dešpalj extends his work with the master of jazz and composition, George Gershwin, by bringing two of his favorites to cello: Prelude No. 2 and “Summertime”
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Gershwin Summertime cello Despalj score

The Famous Tristan & Isolde Prelude… on Eight Celli!

Wagner Tristan Prelude Cello Octet Richard Birchall and Cellophony’s latest arrangement brings the famous Tristan & Isolde Prelude by Wagner to Cello Octet
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Rachmaninoff Prelude Violin Schliephake Score

A Rachmaninoff Masterpiece on Violin – G minor Op. 23, No. 5

Rachmaninoff Prelude G Minor Violin Schliephake One of the most well-known Rachmaninoff preludes, the Op. 23 G Minor is now available for violin solo from Ernst Schliephake
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