Cello In The Orchestra
Cello is part of the standard symphony orchestra. In cello, orchestra seats standard, positioned on the left (audience right) front. Some orchestra and conductor swap positions with viola cello. The main group, or a cellist in the front pew, determine the arc game techniques and play solo. The main players always sit closer to the audience.
Cello is an important part of the orchestra, all symphonic works using the cello, and some works using cello solo. In general, cello brings harmony in the orchestra section. In some performances, cello melody can also charge for a while before returning role as harmony. There are also cello concertos, which is played in his orchestra, with solo cellist accompanied by the entire orchestra.
There are many concertos for cello, 25 works by Vivaldi, three works by CPE Bach, two works by Haydn, two works by Saint-Sanes and a work by Boccherini, Schumann, Dvorak and Elgar, where the cello accompanied by the whole orchestra. Beethoven Triple concerto for cello, violin, and piano, and Brahms Double concerto for cello and violin concertos are also a part, although the two works share the role of the cello with a single or multiple instruments. The composer has produced a work for cello and orchestra with a large scale. The works include Strauss' tone poem Don Quizote, Tchaikovsky Variations on Rococo Theme, Bloch's work Schelomo and Kol Nidrei Bruch's work.
Single work for cello, is the most important single six suites for cello works of JS Bach (which is considered as the most important cello works), Sonata for cello works of Zoltan Kodaly and three suites for solo cello works of Britten. Other important works are Trois strophes sur le Nom de sacher Dutilleux's work, Les Mots Sont Alles work Berio, Ligeti and Carter sonata works and Nomos Alpha and the works of Xenakis Kottos.