The 12 duets of Johann Schetky are interesting enough to warrant a closer look. As they are progressive in technical demands, they suddenly become an object of study and learning. Get into the pedagogical mind of this German born, residing in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Broken tailpiece. New bridge, sound post, and a re-hair. Better quality, improved performance? Hopefully so.
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.