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Cellos

Cellos currently for sale

A fine, and interesting Italian cello attributed to Ettore Soffritti, of Ferrara, Italy, labelled 1908.

     The cello's current owner purchased it in 1977 in Washington, DC.  She played it until she brought it to me to sell for her.  She played in various orchestras, and taught countless students how to play the cello.  She played it in Warsaw, Netherlands, and in West Berlin-before the wall came down.

  She says she "wants a cellist to let this instrument sing. He already knows the orchestra repertory.  I want this instrument to bring joy and passion to the next player the way he has for me".

If you would like to come and play this cello, please call for an appointment.  651 698-4692.

Other cellos that are available are below,

Ivan Dunov, Romania, "Camillo Callegari", Ming Jiang Zhu, Clemente & Weise, Pauline Kotlarz, Scott Zumberge, Paul Hart, two cellos by Mathias Dahl.

$10,000-$20,000-

Scott Zumberge, Minneapolis, 1982.  The sound of this cello is warm and full.

Mathias Dahl, Minneapolis, 1965

Paul Hart #355 Salt Lake City Made 1996"

Gene Michael Scoggins- Salt Lake City, Utah- 1993.  Sold

 Philip Soltis,  Northfield, Minnesota. 

$5,000-$10,000-

"Camillo Callegari" Stradivari model, 2010, Made in China.

Ming Jiang Zhu, Guangzhou, China, Montagnana model.  Very good sounding!

$1800-$5000-

West Coast String Instruments, "Vito Rossi" 2009

A cello, made in Germany in 1991, labelled "Stöhr Illner Riedl, SIR Spesial-Cellobau Anno 1991 West-Germany".

Ivan Dunov

7/8 size cello-

Paul Hart, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1986

3/4 size cellos-

"Gunter Von Aue" Cologne, W. Germany, Scott Cao, "Forest", Colin Wultur

1/2 size cellos-

John Juzek, Germany, Eastman

1/4 size cellos-

 

Instruments and bows are available in most price ranges. if you don't see what you are interested in listed, please call or send me a message. I may have what you need.  


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