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Unaccompanied Cello Repertoire: Origins through J. S. Bach by Daniel Ryan
Join cellist Daniel Ryan for the second of three Delving Deeper performances, taking and intimate look and listening at the evolution of the ‘cello from its origin until the life of J.S. Bach.
This presentation/performance explores the origins and early development of the cello. Unlike the violin and viola, the size of the cello was not standardized until the 1680's, much later that its smaller string counterparts. Throughout the Baroque era, there continued to be great variety in how the instrument was made and played, including the number of strings, their tuning, and how the cello and bow were held. The variety in structure of and approaches to the instrument is reflected in theView more
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