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I hate when I am trying to look for something very specific. I guess there are ways to narrow things down, like using quotation marks, but I can never remember.
BTW...I've often wondered if My Google Home is listening. Sometimes, without any prompting on my part, it will play a quiet 3-4 note tone or whistling pattern.
The syntax I use is: - "Rudoulf Doetsch" cello. You type the double inverted commas. They mean literal search.
There is official Google syntax.
Here's a link https://ahrefs.com/blog/google.....operators/
Looks like they recommend "-violin" but if you do that, it won't find violin shops that sell cellos, e.g. if I type the following line: -
"Rudoulf Doetsch" cello -violin -violins