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ELCBK
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Amazing, what runs across my path... 

I'm glad I took a peak at "Anna Clyne's Dance" - want to share this performance by Inbal Segev with the London Philharmonic Orchestra.

 

Just Being Contented Smiley- Emily

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What a lovely piece—I’ve gone out to look up Anne Clyne.  Thank you for posting this.

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Emily, your thread made think of this cellist—Nan Kemberling.  She’s a performing/teaching cellist in Atlanta.  I first heard her play when I attended SCOR! (String camp for adults) in Atlanta when she played a piece called Julie O.   Video here:

 

This is a fun rap video (yes, rap) she created about playing cello:  Always Room 4 Cello

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SharonC said 
This is a fun rap video (yes, rap) she created about playing cello:  Always Room 4 Cello

  

OMG, that was fabulous!

I have never heard that Anna Clyne’s dance. Thanks for sharing this ELCB, I enjoyed it.

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I was keeping my eyes open for something soothing (we all know what's been going on this week) - anyway, ran across this. 

"The Cello Song" with the Piano Guys. 

 

https://i.pinimg.com/736x/77/b0/a4/77b0a46e4bb5607dbf1e1cf3078bdd8e--cello-drawing-cello-art.jpg

 

- Emily 

 

Now, back to polishing up on my fiddling... if only I could multiply myself like that.🤔

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Absolutely love that!

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I love that cello song, not sure I'd want 8 of me doing it tho, 1 of me is pain enough...

how cool!

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That is hard to play. At least it is for me. It is the bowing. I have issues with smooth bowing.

The Bumblebee Flies!

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I wasn't sure where to put this, and it probably isn't enough for a whole thread by itself, so I suppose it goes here. It's a cello piece that's been stuck in my head for most of the day after I heard it on classical radio this morning. One of the few purely instrumental pieces from a composer mostly known for his operas.

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@AndrewH -

This is very lovely piece - never heard this! 

I would also post this in the Classical Genre (not just for violins). 

Think I'll listen to this all night - can see why you got it stuck in your head. 

Thanx! 

https://images.tuckdb.org/postcards/images/000/121/752/extra_large/2011_08_29_07_00_52.jpg

 

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Great piece Andrew. Thanks for sharing!

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