cello

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cel·lo

 (chĕl′ō)
n. pl. cel·los
A four-stringed musical instrument of the violin family, pitched lower than the viola but higher than the double bass.

[Short for violoncello.]

cel′list (chĕl′ĭst) n.

cello

(ˈtʃɛləʊ)
n, pl -los
(Instruments) music a bowed stringed instrument of the violin family. Range: more than four octaves upwards from C below the bass staff. It has four strings, is held between the knees, and has an extendible metal spike at the lower end, which acts as a support. Full name: violoncello
ˈcellist n

cel•lo

(ˈtʃɛl oʊ)

n., pl. -los.
the second largest member of the violin family, rested vertically on the floor between the performer's knees when played; violoncello.
[1875–80; short for violoncello]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cello - a large stringed instrumentcello - a large stringed instrument; seated player holds it upright while playing
bowed stringed instrument, string - stringed instruments that are played with a bow; "the strings played superlatively well"
Translations
violoncellocello
cello
sello
violončelo
sellóknéfiðla
チェロ
첼로
violončelėviolončelininkas
čells
violončeločelo
cello
ไวโอลินเซลโล
đàn cellođàn viôlôngxenxelô

cello

[ˈtʃeləʊ] Nvioloncelo m, violonchelo m

cello

[ˈtʃɛləʊ] nvioloncelle m
I play the cello → Je joue du violoncelle.

cello

, ’cello
nCello nt

cello

[ˈtʃɛləʊ] nvioloncello

cello,

'cello

(ˈtʃeləu) noun
(short for ˈvioloncello) a stringed musical instrument similar to, but much larger than, a violin.
cellist, 'cellist noun
a person who plays the cello.

cello

كَمَانٌ جَهِير violoncello cello Cello τσέλο violoncelo sello violoncelle violončelo violoncello チェロ 첼로 cello cello wiolonczela violoncelo виолончель cello ไวโอลินเซลโล viyolonsel đàn cello 大提琴
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This year's MTNA Distinguished Composer of the Year is David Gompper for his work Cycles for Violincello and Piano, commissioned by the Iowa MTA.
The second half featured a powerful performance of Tabakova's Concerto for Violincello and Strings by cellist Kristina Blaumane, for whom it was written.
Already skilled on the violin, he now took lessons on the violincello, and after mastering the bass member of the family, became conspicuous in the musical circles of Zurich as singer, violinist and 'cellist.
When he discovered Bach's long-lost Six Suites for Violincello Solo, he felt intuitively that the music would shape his life.
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