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Category Archives: Cello in action (video)
Nathan Chan earns himself an iPhone case for an impromptu rendition of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep” at an Apple store. Not too shabby…. Advertisements
Part one is fascinating, but part two is accompanied by last week’s featured cellist, Takenobu which gives it a extra delicious layer of cello-tastic. Enjoy!
In which I break the rules and give you an audio clip disguised as a YouTube video. Don’t be alarmed by the sudden lack of visuals, this one is worth it: Takenoubu, a.k.a Nick Ogawa is a cellist, songwriter and … Continue reading
I’m intrigued by musical families – and this duo has a wonderful story, in addtion to making some pretty amazing music. Father, Pedro Soler, is a renowned flamenco guitarist and the son, Gaspar Claus, is a classically trained cellist known … Continue reading
…inspired by Beethoven. This clip is exactly why I do cello videos – not just audio tracks. It combines some great music with fun visual elements and a cellist who really looks like he’s loving what he’s doing. That makes … Continue reading
Cause really, that little get-down at the end of the first song looks like a lot of fun.