CELLO POSITION

THE CELLO AND YOU
The cello makes specific physical contact with you in your playing position.
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Knowing where the instrument should be in relationship to your body will help you to find the most comfortable end-pin length for you.
The weight of the cello is distributed and shared by three main contact places:
  1. END-PIN/ROCK-STOP AND THE FLOOR – Knowledge accomplished
  2. LOWER BOUTS AND YOUR KNEES
  3. UPPER RIM CONTACT WITH YOUR STERNUM
​You already know how the first step works. In order to understand steps number two and three, I asked Q and V to return. Q and V are two of my greatest maestros!
I know they can’t wait to teach you about some of the parts that violins, violas, cellos and basses all have in common. I will “stick around,” and assist as needed.
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