Boccherini composed six concerti specially for the violoncello.
Old Brunken was in the music-room, playing to himself upon the violoncello.
The human note, the sobbing, undulating quality of a violoncello whose tone flashes fire, is missing.
I will order a carriage for them, and they will take charge of your violoncello.
Both father and son were dilettante composers and instrumental players—the father on the violoncello, the son on the pianoforte.
A violoncello by Nicholas Amati, with case and bow, £17 17s.
Adagio and Rondo for harmonica, flute, oboe, viola and violoncello in C minor (617 K.).
They have also a kind of clarinet, three or four different sorts of trumpets, and a stringed instrument not unlike a violoncello.
His published compositions consist of seven Concertos and six Sonatas for violoncello.
My dear boy, not unless you wished to learn the violoncello.