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Why playing cello is fun

This is my paragraph. Most of the pieces available in this Repertoire Library were not originally written for the cello. They can be considered “stolen treasures”: interesting, spectacular, dramatic, or simply beautiful pieces, transcribed from the repertoire of other instruments (including the voice). Perhaps we could call this transcription idea “musEcology” in the sense that we are making the best of limited (musical) resources (repertoire) by reusing and recycling them in a harmless but very pleasant (and useful) way. Rather than trying to write a new Mozart cello sonata, it is definitely much easier and infinitely more successful to transcribe seventeen of his magnificent violin sonatas. For a detailed discussion about the “how” and “why” of the transcription process, click on the following link:

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