Cello

Enchantingly lovely old cellos for sale: Corilon presents carefully selected new and antique cellos for students and professionals - German, French and Italian cellos, including affordable cellos and fine and rare historic master cellos. Cello bows.

Enchantingly lovely old cellos for sale: Corilon presents carefully selected new and antique cellos for students and professionals - German, French and Italian cellos, including affordable cellos and fine and rare historic master cellos. Cello bows.

Enchantingly lovely old cellos for sale: Corilon presents carefully selected new and antique cellos for students and professionals - German, French and Italian cellos, including affordable cellos and fine and rare historic master cellos. Cello bows.

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„Old and antique cellos for sale“

Corilon violins online catalogue features unique antique cellos for sale that inspire the serious player with their delicate workmanship, selected wood and fine antique varnish. We offer German, French and Italian cellos full of character which have been lovingly restored in our workshop for cello making and restoration. Each cello for sale comes with a return policy, a trade-in option, and an optional certificate. Each cello we offer - whether new, old or antique - has been meticulously worked over in luthier workshop and is delivered to you in perfect condition. Follow the links to check some suitable cello bows or browse through some of the cellos we have sold. Purchase good quality 3/4 and 4/4 cellos online with confidence at Corilon: we guarantee every cello in our catalogue.

German, French and Italian cellos

The cello (violoncello) is considered the stringed instrument that most closely resembles the male human voice. Far more than a mere “little bass”, as its name suggests, the cello as being the deepest voice in the violin family has a musical radius that extend from solo performance to various ensemble combinations. Indeed does the cello tone have a unique, singing character which especially antique cellos project with huge volume, an incomparable range of nearly five octaves and an extravagant wealth of registers. German cellos have a rich, warm tenor sound while Italian cellos sing with bright radiance. From baroque music to jazz and even to popular music, there is hardly a genre that is not played with an old cello. Constructing a versatile instrument as the violoncello may be described with little exaggeration as the crowning achievement of the luthiers’ art. Discerning musicians of all kinds find their German, French or Italian cello with an individual profile at Corilon violins.