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Jam Tracks for Cello, Viola and Violin
I was reading up on cello and came across this site. Jam tracks and sheet music for violins, violas and cellos. Wasn’t sure where to put it, so I put it here
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March 15, 2020 - 9:49 am
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I have been holding back posting so much, but I wanted to share this with you. 

I came across this site when searching for cello information. I have NOT purchased anything from this site, so I cannot recommend or not recommend anything.The idea and availability is what I am sharing. I listened to the sample from the beginner sound track pack, it is a little beyond me yet, but it sounded really neat.

You get 8 soundtracks and music from 8 genres to play along with. When I get a little more advanced and smoother with my bowing, I am considering the beginner set.

Bryan Wilson String Jams Sheet Music and Sound Tracks

This is not Brian Wilson from the Beach Boys! Can you imagine him with a cello? 

This Bryan Wilson, supposedly does lessons via Skype, and has other things on this site, but my purpose was to share a link to a site with jam sound track music in different genres. 

This not only, if it is like the sample, gives you background to play along with, introduces you to genres to play on your instrument other than classical or fiddle.

I have been going back and forth reading the information and then coming back here to mention it, but I have to keep logging back and starting from scratch because the edit box is gone after I go to the other Google tab, and everything I typed is gone, so, I will leave this post as it is. You can go to the site and see about any questions you might be wondering about, and what else is there.

The Bumblebee Flies!

Please ignore any typos. My typing ability on a real typewriter did not transfer to these device key pads.


March 15, 2020 - 12:06 pm
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those sound good.  I liked that beginner track he had at the bottom.  Thanks for sharing the link!

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