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Archive for April, 2009


Keeping your cello clean is good for your sound, and for keeping your instrument healthy.

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Keeping your cello clean is good for your sound, and for keeping your instrument healthy.

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How you set up your practice place is important.

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How you sit down with the cello can affect how you play: sitting straight is the way to go.

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How to find an optimum endpin height and angle, what makes a difference and why.

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An inside look at several pianos.
This week, David and Wu Han traveled north to Yonkers, New York to see and hear some potential pianos that could eventually make way to the concert stages of The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center or Music@Menlo.

Joined by recording engineer Da-Hong Seetoo and famed piano technician, Tali Mehenor, David and Wu Han saw and heard a variety of different pianos.

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Everything you need to know, from tailpiece to top nut, about setting your cello up so that it can sound its best.

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