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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!
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.
I love these guys (and their carbon fiber cellos!) but I always feel sorry for their bows. And who doesn’t love Guns N’ Roses? Happy Friday!
In honor of Seattle’s own Jimi Hendrix, here’s a little something to rock you into the weekend: Happy Friday!