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Topic: What cleft= what instrument
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posted: 4/8/2005 at 11:08:18 PM ET
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i am a 13 year old who is looking for music for a chello that is acually entertaining to play, unike the **** there giveing me to play at concerts. I've tried every where online and have not found a thing exept for trombone trumpet violin piano and viola music. No chello. but, i would be able to play anything in the bas cleft; my Question: what other instruments use the bass cleft besides chello

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posted: 4/9/2005 at 4:14:15 AM ET
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Double Bass, Bassoon and Bass Guitar are some I can think of.
Why not tell your teacher you are tired of the crap you are playing and want to try something more challenging?

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posted: 4/10/2005 at 6:51:58 PM ET
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It is Cello not chello. the C is pronounced like ch. Harder Cello music is usually solo music. Ask your teacher to find some solo anthologies for you to play. They will be harder and be fun to play.

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