"A very rare example of the work of Hans Krouchdaler (Bern, Switzerland, ca. 1700), who, although residing in Bern, can be thought of as being a representative of the Alemanisch School. He was a pupil of perhaps the most significant luthier of this school, Joseph Meyer, from Pfaffenhausen, Germany."
Glass cello made by Hario Glass Corporation in Japan
#54/365 – The cello.
I miss playing Stradivari's Marylebone cello, 1688 I really need to play cello again. I miss…
Cello playing has always been an outlet for me to escape reality for a bit. If I feel that I am getting overwhelmed with schoolwork, it is easy for me to take a step back and spend some time practicing an instrument that I know will always be there for me.