Rondo in Blue for Cello and Piano
Enjoy an original composition from Tim Janof, a self-taught cellist who learned and played for years before he had his first teacher as a sophomore in college: Rondo in Blue, for cello and piano.
About Janof's Rondo in Blue for Cello and Piano
Blues music has always held a special place in my heart, though I have never aspired to become a Blues cellist. This piece allows me to enjoy soulful Blue idioms while still retaining my identity as a Classical musician.
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About the Editor – Tim Janof
Tim Janof was Editor for the Internet Cello Society for over twelve years, where over 100 of his articles and in-depth interviews of world-renowned cellists are published. He started cello at the young age of 8 but was mostly self-taught, not having a teacher until he was a sophomore in college. Tim learned what he could by reading books and by observing others in his youth orchestra. He even won a cello position in the Seattle Youth Symphony without ever having had a single cello lesson.
Over the years his cello teachers have included Toby Saks, Eva Heinitz, and Cordelia Wikarski-Miedel. He is the past President of the Seattle Violoncello Society and a former cello instructor at Music Center of the Northwest. He has had articles published in American String Teacher and Strad magazines and was featured in Strings Magazine. He was a featured speaker at the American String Teacher Association’s 2015 National Conference, University of Iowa’s Cello Daze, and Central Washington University’s Cello Celebration.
Learn more about Tim Janof and his arrangements at Ovation Press.