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Expertly edited music for string players to instantly purchase, download, and print
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Gershwin favorites come to cello courtesy of Valter Dešpalj: Prelude No. 2 for Cello/Guitar and Summertime for Voice/Cello.

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"Why not have all the other parts played by cellos too...?" Good question. Thanks to Richard Birchall and Cellophony you can now do that with the Prelude from Tristan & Isolde!

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One of Rachmaninoff's most well-known preludes, the G Minor from Op. 23, is now available as a solo violin arrangement from editor Ernst Schliephake

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Our condolences to the family, friends, colleagues and students of American violist Bernard Zaslav who passed away at age 90 last week. Mr. Zaslav's artistic legacy as a performer, teacher, and editor at Ovation Press will live on through the work he did and the lives he impacted.

In fond remembrance of a great man and musician, we revisit our 2013 interview with Bernard Zaslav...

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Despite suffering a stroke in 2008, Heinrich Schiff was a master who lived a full life of music until the very end. We mourn the passing of such an inspirational and impactful figure.

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Check out an exclusive new interview with Amy Moretti, Director at the Robert McDuffie Center for Strings!

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Based off the duet from Mozart's Don Giovanni, Dotzauer's arrangement and variations of "Là ci darem la mano" have been expertly edited by Valter Dešpalj for two celli

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"This piece allows me to enjoy soulful Blue idioms while still retaining my identity as a Classical musician." #TimJanof #RondoInBlue

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One of America's most sought after young musicians, Gabriel Cabezas of the Northwestern University Cello Ensemble joins us for an exclusive interview!

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Check out our latest interview in the Northwestern University Cello Ensemble series with Toronto Symphony Orchestra principal cellist Joe Johnson.
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