When did cello start gaining popularity? Who was composing for cello in the early 1700’s? This is the true introduction to the cello from “The Violoncello and Its History” by Joseph Wasielewski.
Four works by Hugo Schlemüller. Legende, Baurentanz, Scherzo, Marsch. Intriguing short bio from a German book, “Violoncellisten der Gegenwart: In Wort und Bild” Hamburg, 1903.
August Nölck’s 10 Etudes Op. 24 for cello: they are great for students having already learned 4th position and are comfortable with shifting. A link to greater facility and fluid playing.