Violoncello

• (n.) A stringed instrument of music; a bass viol of four strings, or a bass violin with long, large strings, giving sounds an octave lower than the viola, or tenor or alto violin.
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Violoncello

Vi`o·lon·cel'lo noun [ Italian violoncello , dim. of violone a bass viol. See Violone .] (Mus.) A stringed instrument of music; a bass viol of four strings, or a bass violin with long, large strings, giving sounds an octave lower than the viola, or tenor or alto violin.
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Violoncello

Bowed-string instrument with a middle-to-low range and dark, rich sonority
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violoncello

Full name of the cello
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Violoncello

The violoncello (or cello) is a stringed musical instrument about twice the size of a violin, and with sides deeper in proportion. It has four strings, tuned in fifths, its notes numbering from the highest string, being formerly tuned G, D, A, E and more recently tuned A, D, G, C with the top string being tuned to A.
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violoncello

violoncello: see violin.
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