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- n. Plural form of violoncellist.
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A dish, in this benighted republic, for stevedores and yodlers, a coarse fee for violoncellists, barbers and reporters for the _Staats-Zeitung_ -- but the delight, at the Pschorrbräu, of diplomats, the literati and doctors of philosophy.
Dotzauer and Kummer the violoncellists -- the cello being an instrument for which he had a consuming affection.
_Professor Lott_ of Pittsburgh, Penn., has attracted attention as one of the very first violoncellists of the country.
This loveliest of idylls is turned into a veritable monstrosity by the passage in triplets for the violoncello; which, if taken at the usual quick pace, is the despair of violoncellists, who are worried with the hasty staccato across the strings and back again, and find it impossible to produce anything but a painful series of scratches.