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\_/ TUTTI CELLI' Bi-Monthly Newsletter, May/June 1996
TUTTI CELLI CONTENTS
- ICS New Members Message--Currently 1750 Members!
- ICS News and Announcements--Call To Serve
- John's Jabber--Swan Song
- Letters to the Editor--Contemporary Cello Music
- Featured Artist !!! ICS EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW !!!!
- *** CONVERSATION WITH NATHANIEL ROSEN ***
- Feature Article THE CELLO & SCOTTISH FIDDLE MUSIC
- Member Spotlight *** GEFF DEAN--EXPATRIATED AMERICAN CELLIST ***
- Video Review ***MEDICAL PROBLEMS OF CELLISTS ***
- Review ***CELLAIRE TRAVEL CASE ***
- Ongoing Serial ***THE LIFE AND INFLUENCE OF PABLO CASALS***
- Young Cellist
- Cello Teacher--Cello References
- Professional Performer--Opinion
- Cellist-By-Night--Amateur Chamber Music Players, Inc.
- Department Highlights
- Music Festival Watch--Festival Galore
- ICS Library and FAQ--Servais Cello Music
- Activities and Notes Board-Masterclass, Summer Programs, Assistantships
- Other Internet Music Resources--Welcome new staff member Paul Stauffer!
- Classifieds and Advertisements
- WELCOME to the Internet Cello Society! We are currently 1750 members strong and represent 28 different countries around the world! Countries represented include Argentina, Austria, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Israel, Italy, South Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Japan, Portugal, Russian Federation, Singapore, Switzerland, Sweden, South Africa, Taiwan, United Kingdom and the United States.
- 'TUTTI CELLI' is the Internet Cello Society's bi-monthly newsletter and serves several purposes: 1.) to make announcements of what is new at the ICS World Wide Web site, within the Internet music world, and throughout the real music world. 2.) to feature a distinguished cellist, an ICS member, and interesting articles. 3.) and to summarize activities in ICS cello forums and departments.
- The WORLD WIDE WEB houses the Internet Cello Society at this address:
The WWW allows for the quick transfer of information in the form of text, graphics, movies, and sounds to anywhere in the world. If you have direct Internet access, all you need is a World Wide Web browser like Mosaic, Netscape, MacWeb, or the text only Lynx application (Netscape is highly recommended!). After opening your browser application, simply open the URL address of the Internet Cello Society WWW site:
- ICS ONLINE SERVICES include the following:
*A Cello Introduction, an interactive multimedia presentation
*'Tutti Celli', an online copy and back issues
*Young Cellists, Professional Performers, Teachers, Cellist-By-Night Forums
*Library archives including various cello society newsletters, articles, etc....
*Membership register (optional) searchable by various criteria
*Classifieds and advertisements via The Web Classical Music Store
*Links to other Internet music resources
- ICS MEMBERSHIP affords benefits as well as responsibility. As a virtual community of cellists, ICS relies on its membership to write articles, volunteer time, share expertise, and submit archive materials. If you have any documents that you would like to share with the global society of users, send them directly to CelloTalk@aol.com or on disk via snail mail. For a truly global perspective of the music world, the Internet Cello Society needs the active cooperation and contribution of each of its members.
- Members are requested to fill out the online REGISTRATION FORM to be added to our ICS online directory. The Netscape browser is recommended for form submission. As more ICS members voluntarily register in our online directory, members can search for other cellists by name, address, schools attended, teachers, city, country and more!!! Check out this incredible database of cellists from around the world.
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!ICS ONLINE CHATTING SCHEDULE VIA IRC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- ICS holds open multi-user online real time chatting over the Internet via IRC (Internet Relay Chat). Thanks to the efforts of our IRC host Nicoletta Pintor, ICS maintains its own chat channel: #ICS
Everyone can open the channel at any time, and our IRC host will be online:
- EVERY SATURDAY AT 1:00PM PST OR 4:00PM EST
- Please join us to celebrate the Internet Cello Society's first anniversary! We need a good showing to make this worthwhile. Detailed instructions. If you have any further questions, please direct them to Nicoletta Pintor at email@example.com
CALL TO SERVE
We recently welcomed Paul Stauffer to the ICS staff. Paul has volunteered to be our Library Technician with a focus on utilizing resources on the Internet. He will also join Paul Critser and Marshall St. John as an ICS Internet Surfer. His homepage is at http:\\www.digitalnation.com\pstauffer and he can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
The strength of the Internet Cello Society lies in the combined efforts of its members. To maintain our small niche in today's music world, we need to band together, promote our art, and take advantage of every means to interest new, future audiences. More than a dozen members have stepped forward to volunteer as ICS staff members. We need a few more leaders to contribute their time and talent to the following areas in particular:
ICS POSITION OPENINGS
Our forum directors need help in stimulating discussion within each ICS forum. Armed with a list of ICS members that are most likely to be interested in forum, the FADs and forum directors solicit conversation and interaction with other members.
Mailing List Maintainer
Someone who doesn't mind a little bit of repetitious work maintaining our emailing list of 1500+ ICS members. This person would save me a lot of time!
This person would compile frequently asked questions and answers and incorporate them in the FAQ page, and collect interesting correspondence of ICS forum discussion to post on the ICS Bulletin Board. This does require experience in writing HTML documents.
ICS is still looking for more volunteers to surf the Net for related music sites. All you need to do is create a list of abstracts as the one below, bi-monthly. Experience in writing HTML documents is preferred.
CGI Script Programmer
This very important position entails maintaining the existing cgi scripts and writing some simple scripts so that we can have survey polls, etc....
ICS needs more members writing about what is up in their particular area--documenting concerts, masterclasses, new publications, new music and events. All members are welcome; international members strongly encouraged.
Job Openings Maintainer
Several members have requested that ICS maintain a list of current job openings for cellists. Are you interested?
The ICS /Cello FAQ is yet to be completed. Help would expedite the process :-)
***f you would like to volunteer to cover one of the above positions, please contact me at CelloTalk@aol.com***
This issue of Tutti Celli is fully packed with interesting articles and information. Take special note of the exclusive interview of Nathaniel Rosen by Tim Finholt which is attached to this newsletter. Any feedback on this exclusive series of interviews is much appreciated.
The Internet Cello Society regrets whenever any of its members must discontinue membership; however, none have left on such sad circumstances as the following member. Besides his final message below, he has left us a 'Swan Song' poem that contemplates the beauty of music and the cello.
I've tried taking lessons for nearly two months now...I cannot feel the
music as I did before I went to war...I've stopped the lessons and am trying
to sell my cello...A cello is a thing a beauty, but its beauty is not found
gathering dust in the corner of a study....
For thirty years I have missed the cello...I've come close but I just don't
have the ear...I am grateful for your efforts here on the internet to keep
this music alive...to facilitate contact and growth....
Please remove my name from the rolls of membership....I will miss this
forum...as I cried when I first held my cello, this time, and drew the bow I
will again cry when I sell it...I trust the buyer will enjoy and share
- Provo, Utah
***If you would like to respond to something you have read in 'Tutti Celli', write to CelloTalk@aol.com and type "Letter to Editor" in subject field. (Letters may be edited.)***
We are two girls studying Graphic-Design in a small town near Stuttgart in Germany. By accident, we discovered your very interesting ICS on the WWW. Our current design project is the creation of an interactive program about the cello. It deals with the cello's functions, its music and composers. We would like to introduce not only Bach as a typical classic composer, but also modern cello music. We've had problems acquiring good advice about composers. We have in mind a different kind of playing, e.g. knocking on the corpus... not only using the strings or the bow to play. Do you have any composers in mind who have written such extra-ordinary pieces of cello (solo) music?
- With our best regards,
- Susanne Gebhardt and Christine Wienand
***There is a progressive organization of cellists that is dedicated to the promotion of such contemporary styles of music for the cello. See the of this newsletter for more information on this the New Directions Cello Association! Also, Fallen Leaf Press has a booked called Cello Music Since 1960: A Bibliography of Solo, Chamber, & Orchestral Works for the Solo Cellist by Donald Homuth with includes information on new performance techniques that may be used. "
Best wishes from our southern climes. The ICS page is looking great, and I have loved the articles and interviews. I wonder if you have heard our news. Paul and Martha Katz will be leaving their positions at Eastman to teach with us at the Shepherd School starting this Fall. We are tremendously excited about adding their wonderful energy to our faculty.
- All best wishes,
- Norman Fischer
- Professor of Cello, Shepherd School of Music
Hello! I am a professional cellist in Vancouver, Canada. I spent a number of years studying with a very fine cellist who was a student of Andre Navarra's in Paris. Navarra's technique has had a huge influence on my approach to performing and how I teach my students. I saw an ad in a music magazine several years ago for a book called " The Navarra Method ". After trying in vain to order a copy of it I got no response from the distributor and no one I checked with seemed to know anything about the book. If any of you fellow cellists out there know how I can get a hold of a copy of it (new or used), could you please contact me at :
- Peter Caton at Peter_Caton@mindlink.bc.ca
- Vancouver, B.C., Canada
Greetings from the Netherlands! Congratulations with this wonderful site, I am very glad to find information about my beloved cello. Hopefully your site will evolve to be a world wide centre for the cello.
- Fred van de Biezen at email@example.com
CONVERSATION WITH NATHANIEL ROSEN
***An Internet Cello Society Exclusive!!!***
by Tim Finholt
Nathaniel Rosen, former Teaching Assistant for Gregor Piatigorsky at the University of Southern California, is renowned for being the only American cellist to ever win the Tchaikovsky Competition in Russia. Mr. Rosen is in much demand as a soloist, recording artist, and chamber musician. He teaches at the Manhattan School of Music and the Thomas More College in New Hampshire.
***The complete transcript of the above has been sent to you as an attached file and is also archived at the ICS World Wide Web site.***
THE CELLO & SCOTTISH FIDDLE TUNES
"I first became aware of Scottish music as a small child. I had had intense exposure to classical music by the time I was eight, and was just embarking on what would become a long career as a cellist. But music of Scotland was a large part of the "at home" listening music.
The cello, as it figures in early Scottish music, was used as a bass line and accompaniment, much as in other countries at that time. Music of the Bachs, Corelli etc. have the cello most times as pure accompaniment. Scotland was no different. And the violin parts of Scottish music are the heart of the matter. I was determined to make the cello sing and wail the way the violin or a good set of bagpipes would."
GEFF DEAN--EXPATRIATED AMERICAN CELLIST
- Since the completion of graduate studies at Indiana University in 1991, he has resided in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria and the birthplace of his wife, harpist Anna-Maria Ravnopolska, and more recently their son. Since then, his cellistic pursuits have ranged from the systematic acquisition of a large amount of Bulgarian and other Balkan repertoire, which he performs regularly between the Adriatic and Black Seas, to local premieres of rarely-heard original works for cello and harp. He has made a number of transcriptions for cello and for various string combinations of pieces by Vladigerov, Stoyanov, Pipkov, Goleminov, Hadjiev, and other outstanding Bulgarian composers. Geoffrey Dean is a founding music faculty member at the American University in Bulgaria, located in the heart of the magnificent Pirin Mountains in the southwestern city of Blagoevgrad. High on his list of New Year's resolutions for 1996 is completion of an oral history of local gadulka-playing traditions. (Glossary available on request.)
Geff Dean at DEAN@nws.aubg.bg
MEDICAL PROBLEMS OF CELLISTS-- Richard Norris, M.D.
Compiled by Tim Finholt
- A new video has recently come out that ALL cellists should view. It is called "Medical Problems of Cellists" and is a 1 hour tape of a lecture given by Richard Norris, M.D., also author of "The Musicians' Survival Manual" and of another video called "Therapeutic Exercises for Musicians." "Medical Problems of Cellists" is basically a tape a slide show with Dr. Norris talking in the background. Though there is a some medical jargon, Dr. Norris does an excellent job of explaining himself in more lay terms after he gives the technical explanation, so that his message is quite understandable. He shows many slides of cellists and the common cellistic activities that cause injury.
CELLAIRE TRAVEL CASE
by Barbara Hedlund
"After reading the informative article on flying with one's cello written by
Michael Bersin, I felt my experiences and this information might be useful
to other cellists... I discovered the Cellaire Case thanks to noted cellist Laszlo Varga who also named the case. I have successfully traveled with it on planes in the US and to Europe since 1991 without paying additional fares. Mr. Varga uses his when not buying a seat, or when he isn't using a cello he owns and has
stored around the world.
THE LIFE AND INFLUENCE OF PABLO CASALS
by Marshall St. John
BEGINNING A CAREER
An ongoing serial story of the most influential cellist of the early 20th century.
***This newsletter section will draw from correspondence and discussion in the following on-line departments. All members are encouraged to join a specific forum mailing list. Send any pertinent discussion, questions & answers, articles or other correspondence to the appropriate department. ***
- THE YOUNG CELLIST
***Stacy Cowley, forum director at: Isoma@aol.com***
INTRO: The Young Cellists Forum is a meeting and correspondence place for all cellists under 21. Whether you plan a professional career or your playing is strictly for fun, this is the forum for you!
- THE CELLO TEACHER (K-12, College & Private)
***Bret Smith, forum director at BPSmith@aol.com***
INTRO: Welcome to the ICS Cello Teacher forum. We discuss the highs, lows, potentials, problems, and all other interesting aspects of the cello teaching process. Please join us to post ideas about literature, teaching metaphors, anecdotes, or just a greeting. Your host is BPSmith, a cellist and teacher.
I'm sending this to several people in hopes of some response. I teach middle school strings and am looking for a GRADED list of music by the masters. Certainly Vivaldi, Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann, Brahms, etc. wrote some music that would be considered grade I - III (MENC or Pepper). I'm really tired of Frost, Dackow, et al. There are many nice transcriptions, but I would really like to know if there are pieces on this beginning level available. If you know of such please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Chris Doemel
***You really ask the BIG QUESTION. As far as I know, no such graded list exists in a commercial format. Robert Culver of the University of Michigan has a student who as a part of a thesis graded some of Luck's Music library catalog. He is also a great source of lesser-known works from the Hortus Musicus, etc. I believe his email is email@example.com, but you can find him thru x500 search, or on the UM web page.
I've had some luck with pieces from early Mozart string quartets, and the trio sonata repertoire of Corelli, Pergolesi, etc. The early Mannheim symphonists (Stamitz, Gluck) are also scored for strings only at times, and are playable. Handel and Corelli concerti grossi are good, too. I feel that the teacher needs to edit each part carefully with good fingerings and bowings. Maybe someday someone will collect and edit some of this original and beautiful music......
- Bret Smith
I am a Lutheran Pastor who has played the 'cello for 32 years. Last year, for the first time I started teaching 'cello. My student is a Junior in HS with a great attitude. I think she is a better student than I am a teacher. I have also been asked to start a very young boy on a quarter size cello. Could you recommend some books or articles that will help me better understand how to teach the cello?
- David H. Bergquist
***Bret Smith recommends a list of reference materials.***
- THE PROFESSIONAL PERFORMER (Orchestral, Chamber Music & Solo)
***Paul Critser, forum director can be contacted at CelloPaul@aol.com***
INTRO: What does it take to make a living on the cello?
I am very pleased to discover the Cello Society on the Internet. In response to your question, ["What does it take to make a living on the cello?"], I would say that the most important thing that a cellist needs to have is a good teacher to guide him in his playing, over a period of at least a few years. A good teacher will not only explore with him the technique of playing the cello but also teach him how to study the music. Eventually, a cellist needs to be able to prepare a work independently. An aspiring cellist should know how to practice effectively and be disciplined in practice. He must also have a reasonably good instrument.
I would say that it is possible to make a living as a cellist in several ways, such as orchestral cellist, chamber musician and cello teacher. The requirements of each job are somewhat different; however, I think it is rare for any cellist to fall into just one category exclusively.
- Sim Keng Siong
- THE CELLIST-BY-NIGHT
***Tim Finholt, interim forum director can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org***
INTRO: The Cellist by Night Forum is for those who play the cello purely for the love of it, and want to learn more about our wonderful instrument. If you need help with certain passages in your music, choosing repertoire, thoughts on stage fright, finding good books and articles, or you need to talk about anything musical, then write to Tim Finholt at email@example.com.
We discussed how teaching is a huge responsibility. For those who want to dabble in cello teaching, it is important that you know what you are doing, so that you don't teach or let pass bad habits that can take years to eradicate or that can cause permanent injury.
I ran across a brochure for the Amateur Chamber Music Players, Inc. The AMCP is a non-profit association that facilitates informal playing and singing by people of all skill levels. They put your name on a list and match you up with other musicians in your area. For more info, write to:
- Amateur Chamber Music Players, Inc.
- 1123 Broadway, Room 304
- New York, NY 10010-2007
- Phone: 212-645-7424
- MUSIC FESTIVAL WATCH
***If you have announcements, comments or reviews of music festivals, please contact Roberta Rominger at firstname.lastname@example.org***
May is a big month for cello festivals, with two international gatherings scheduled to take place.
May 1-5 is the Manchester (UK.) International Cello Festival. It's not too late to register: write to The Box Office, Royal Northern College of Music, 124 Oxford Rd, Manchester M13 9RD, UK.
May 29 - June 1 is the Fifth American Cello Congress, to be held at Arizona State University in Tempe. Again, it's not too late if you'd like to go: write to The Arizona Cello Society, 1872 East Concorda Circle, Tempe, Arizona, 85282.
- I'm going! Is there anybody who lives a few thousand miles closer to Tempe who has a cello I could borrow to play in the cello orchestra? Or a more reasonable question: is there anybody going who would be willing to report on the event in the next ICS newsletter? We could use a reporter at Manchester as well.
Thanks to ICS members who have written to me about other festivals and
summer coaching opportunities. Here is a quick list, with addresses if
you want to know more:
1. The Classical Music Festival, Eisenstadt & Vienna, Austria, August 3-
17. Chamber music, master classes, tours and concerts. Contact Barbara
Hedlund at email@example.com.
2. Bowdoin Summer Music Festival, Brunswick, Maine, six weeks from June-
August. Focuses on orchestral and solo work with cello coaching by Andre
Emelianoff, Colin Carr, Steven Doane and John Whitfield. Contact them
via Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME 04011.
3. New Directions Cello Festival '96, Berklee College of Music, Boston,
Massachusetts, 2-3 August, featuring Mark Summer, Matt Brubeck, Erik
Friedlander and other big-name non-classical cellists. Info from Berklee
College of Music, 1140 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02215-3693.
4. The Verbier Festival, Verbier, Switzerland, July 19 - August 4. Music and drama, masterclasses, concerts, workshops. Radu Lupu, Gil Shahan, Bobby McFerrin, Ben Kingsley, and cellists Mischa Maisky & Steven Isserlis. More information (and a chance to win a free week, including travel!) at http://www.music.ch/verbierfestival
- Roberta Rominger
- INSTRUMENTS & EQUIPMENT--Maintenance, Purchasing & Selling
***If you have any questions on this topic, contact Keith R. Bilyeu at KBilyeu@aol.com.***
- NETWORK LIAISONS
Claudio Jaffe has volunteered to inform CompuServe users of the Internet Cello Society and regularly post the 'Tutti Celli' Newsletter. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
- America Online
Chris works for AOL and can be reached at Laphroaig@aol.com or AFA Chris@aol.com
***If you would like to contribute an article about other topics, write CelloTalk@aol.com***
If you know of cello society newsletters, bibliographies of music, teaching materials, references, indices, lists or articles that should be added to ICS Library, please send data to CelloTalk@aol.com or send disks to Internet Cello Society; 1309 Skyline Drive; Ellensburg, WA 98926.(Library contents will be available to all Internet users; please include author and written statement of release for unlimited or limited reproduction.)
***All members are welcome to post announcements or news that are pertinent to our global cello society. Send information to email@example.com***
Janos Starker Cello (Master) Class
Indiana University, Bloomington, July 11-14, 1996
Cost: performers $275, auditors $150, individual members of established chamber groups with cello (quartets, piano trios etc.) For more information and application form, contact Leonard Phillips, IU School of Music, Bloomington, IN 47405. (812)855-1814.
- Leonard Phillips
- Director of Special Programs at IU School of Music.
The 2nd Annual NDCA Festival
Boston on August 1-3, 1996 at Berklee College of Music.
Featured cellists will include Mark Summer, Erik Friedlander, Matthew Brubeck, and 6 others! If you are interested we can send you a brochure. One of the NDCA's main projects is the NDCA Festival, an annual symposium on the current state of the non-classical cello. The festival features performances and hands-on workshops by some of today's most innovative non-classical cellists in many different styles.
The New Directions Cello Association (NDCA) is a private organization which has created a network for the growing field of non-classical cello. The goals of the NDCA are to encourage interaction among non-classical cellists, and to promote awareness among all cellists and the musically oriented public about the contributions that cellists are making in many styles of contemporary music. This encompasses those musical styles which are not commonly taught to cellists at music schools (jazz, blues, rock, folk, electronic, experimental, world, etc.) especially those involving some amount of improvisation. The NDCA publishes a newsletter called Cello City Ink twice a year which contains interviews, reviews, articles, and other information related to non-classical cello.
For more information contact Jeffrey Krieger at firstname.lastname@example.org
SummerKeys-The Cello Workshop
Lubec, ME, August 18-24 and August 25-31 Fee $260-$295, R&B $240-$330
No requirements for admission; SummerKeys functions on the same premise as the community music schools: Come as you are, to enjoy the study and the work. For Adult cello students wanting to spend a weed or more immersed in study and practice. Each day begins with an hour of group class, followed by two hours of practice and a private lesson, with the rest of the day available for sightseeing. Lubec is an old fishing village, surrounded on all sides by the bay of Fundy- a clean unspoiled environment teeming with wildlife; there are miles of spectacular cliff-top hiking trails by the sea. Students choose among five B&Bs, all within walking distance of summerKeys. Evenings feature ensemble classes (with student pianists) plus student and professional concerts. String faculty: Peter Lewy, cello (faculty, Queens College CPSM; Turtle Bay
Music School, NYC) Contact: Bruce Potterton, 80 Essex St. Jersey City, NY 07302 or 201-451-2338
Announcing openings for Graduate Assistant at the University of Notre Dame, Department of Music. The assistantship offers full tuition remission for 2 years and an annual stipend of up to $7,000 annually (possibly more for minority students through the graduate school). The degrees offered are Master of Music in Performance and Literature and the Second Master of Music in Performance and Literature, an advanced degree with maximum emphasis on the applied studies. The terms of the assistantship are participation in the university orchestra and teaching or other related departmental duties, depending upon the student's areas of expertise.
For further information contact:
- Craig Cramer, Director of Graduate Studies
- University of Notre Dame
- Department of Music
- Notre Dame, IN 46556
or phone Ms. Karen Buranskas, Associate Professor of Cello at: 219.631.6178
Florida State University has three graduate string education assistantships available for the 1996-1997 school year. Assistantships are renewable for up to three years. Description: 1/3 time (8 hours) teaching at Florida High School (on-campus laboratory school with a string program in grades 5-12) Benefit package includes stipend of $3650.00 plus out-of-state tuition waiver worth $6,000.00. Additional teaching opportunities are available with the Tallahassee Symphony Youth Orchestra Program and performing opportunities with the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra. For further information contact:
- Dr. Michael Allen, Professor of String Education
- School of Music
- Florida State University
- Tallahassee, FL 32306-2098
The Oxford Cello School
I'd just like to draw your attention to a music course that may interest some members, particularly those in Europe. The Oxford 'Cello school, based in Oxfordshire, England, is a course for approximately 150 'cellists of all ages and abilities, up to music conservatoire level. The course is residential with daily classes in technique, scales(including a scales competition), ensemble playing, improvisation, 'cello orchestra, theory and aural. In addition more advanced students take part in performance classes. There is also a masterclass and many opportunities for performance. with concerts every night given by students, staff, and visiting 'cellists which this year will include Steven Isserlis. The dates of the course are from 24 July-3 August and anyone interested should contact Marianne Gottfeldt on +44 1235 530572 or fax +44 1235 555952 for further information.
- Jeremy Cook
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