Translation for 'violoncellist' from English to Russian
NOUN   a violoncellist | violoncellists
SYNO cellist | violoncellist
виолончелист {м}
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Translation for 'violoncellist' from English to Russian

виолончелист {м}занятиемуз.
Usage Examples English
  • Michael Sanderling (born 21 February 1967) is a German conductor and violoncellist.
  • Peter Gilles was a violoncellist and one of the first American Composers He was a founding member of the Musical Fund Society.
  • She was a sister of the soprano Käthe von Schuch-Schmidt and the violoncellist Hans von Schuch.
  • Schuch studied at the Hochschule für Musik Carl Maria von Weber and was engaged as a violoncellist in Berlin, Vienna and Dresden. From 1915 he was active as a music teacher.
  • Rudolf Krasselt (1 January 1879 – 12 April 1954) was a German violoncellist, conductor and director of the Staatsoper Hannover during the Weimar Republic and the period of National Socialism.

  • Robert Lindley (4 March 1776 – 13 June 1855) was an English cellist and academic, described as "probably the greatest violoncellist of his time".
  • Prominent Lithuanian musicians who have attributed their achievements in part to studies under Nadezhda Dukstulskaite include the opera singer , violoncellist Valentinas Kaplūnas, pianists and , and violinist .
  • Marek Štryncl (born 1974 in Jablonec nad Nisou) is a Czech conductor, violoncellist, choirmaster, and composer. He is the founder and leader of Baroque music ensemble Musica Florea.
  • Josef Krečmer (born in 1958 in Vysoké Mýto, Czech Republic) is a Czech violoncellist.
  • Produced by David Grisman and recorded with his David Grisman Quintet plus such stars as Mike Marshall, Alison Krauss and Turtle Island String Quartet violoncellist Mark Summer, this jazzy album delivers a hybrid-string sound with all tracks exclusively written by Alison Brown.

  • In the same year Carl Maria von Weber appointed Kummer as a violoncellist at the Royal Opera House.
  • Laurent Pardo (16 August 1961 – 5 November 2016) was a French bass guitarist, violoncellist, and background singer. He was best known for playing in the rock band of American singer Elliott Murphy.
  • Crosdill made his first public appearance as a violoncellist at age nine when Emanuel Siprutini (1730–1790), his probable teacher, presented him in a duo.
  • Jacques Eduard Rensburg (21 May 1845 – 22 December 1910) was a Dutch / German violoncellist.
  • The children grew up enjoying an education by private teachers, studying languages and classic literature; all four turned out to be talented musicians: Franz became a distinguished violoncellist, the girls excelled at the piano – most of all, Josephine.

  • He was a good musician; he composed several pretty airs, and was a fair violoncellist. His lack of tact saw him become embroiled in several disputes, for example with Owen Connellan.
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