cello - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of cello in Hindi

  • वायलनचेलो

cello Definition

  • a bass instrument of the violin family, held upright on the floor between the legs of the seated player. ( वायलिन परिवार का एक बास वाद्य, जो बैठा हुआ खिलाड़ी के पैरों के बीच फर्श पर सीधा खड़ा होता है। )

cello Example

  • For me, the violin and the cello sonatas share many of the glories of that cycle. ( मेरे लिए, वायलिन और सेलो सोनटास उस चक्र की कई झलकियाँ साझा करते हैं। )
  • Up to a dozen of these particular clamps would be used when gluing up the body of a cello or a bass viol. ( इन विशेष क्लैंप के एक दर्जन तक का उपयोग तब किया जाएगा जब किसी सेलो या बास के उल्लंघन के शरीर को ग्लूइंग किया जाएगा। )
  • he plays the cello ( 
  • We also have access to other instruments, including cor anglais, bass clarinet, cello , organ and voice. ( हमारे पास अन्य उपकरणों तक भी पहुंच है, जिनमें कोर एंगलिस, बास शहनाई, सेलो, अंग और आवाज शामिल हैं। )
  • Live cello and double bass were essential components of their performance. ( लाइव सेलो और डबल बास उनके प्रदर्शन के आवश्यक घटक थे। )
  • It consists of a bass line only, which is to be played on instruments such as the cello , viola de gamba, double-bass or bassoon. ( इसमें केवल एक बेस लाइन होती है, जो कि सेलो, वायोला डी गंबा, डबल-बास या बसून जैसे उपकरणों पर बजाई जाती है। )

More Sentence 

  • The dedication required to master a stringed instrument such as the cello or violin is no small consideration.
  • Benjamin Hudson, the solo violinist in the Haydn concerto that opened the evening, splendidly carried forward the tragic final interplay between violins and cellos .
  • Music students ranging in ages from four to 18 took part in the protest and carried with them their instruments ranging from violins, cellos and clarinets to flutes and guitars.
  • Lovers of fine cello playing will definitely want to sample this master cellist in this baroque repertoire.
  • The melody slid smoothly along, minor chords predominating, building on a soft, tentative base of gentle violins and cellos .
  • Perversely, the massed violins, violas and cellos can sometimes sound uncannily like a lone synthesiser.
  • Two thirds of the children had some musical experience and those with orchestral skills played violins, clarinets, cellos , flutes and saxophones.
  • More than 250 years after his death, Antonio Stradivari's violins and cellos are the best in the world.
  • The Mayo Strings is an all-string orchestra - violins, violas, cellos and double bass - based in Castlebar, but including players from around the county.
  • She has collaborated with many artists, including violinists Gil Shaham, Joshua Bell, Joseph Swenson and Ani Kavafian, and cellists Carter Brey and Colin Carr.
  • Orchestral openings build over time into driving rock anthems; violins and cellos give way to guitars and basses.
  • It was the composers of the late 18th century who created the precursor of the modern orchestra based on a more standardized string group of two violin parts, violas, cellos , and double bass, still with a keyboard continuo.
  • The numerous Italian cellists who came to London in the eighteenth century - and against whom Robert Lindley uniquely held his own - are discussed by Lowell Lindgren.
  • When he died in 1992, Cage had not completed One, which apparently was scored for cello with three prerecorded cellos .
  • Although his work makes good use of electronics, Ayres actually focuses his attention on his classical background and bases his compositions on processed sounds sourced from cellos , violins and pianos.
  • True, they have one of the best cellists in the world teaching here, the world capital of the cello is in Kronberg, and the successful group Twelve Cellists stems from here as well.
  • The 2004 Echo Classical Awards was something of a special evening for cellists , amongst a glittering array of classical music stars.
  • On this recording, there are nine violins, three violas, three cellos , a double bass, one flute, three oboes, one bassoon, three trumpets, a set of timpani, and a harpsichord.
  • I once tried to write a string quartet that eliminated violins completely - two violas and two cellos - before my professor made me revise it for the standard combo in the name of greater color variation.
  • In the 1812 Overture, Karajan has a famous Russian choir intone the Russian Orthodox hymn normally given to violas and cellos .