Have you done your theory games recently?
Here's the link:
FUN AND GAMES:
New links! Check 'em out, yo.
Mnozil Brass from Austria doing "Bohemian Rhapsody" - absolutely amazing!!!
ANOTHER FUN ONE - SWINGLE SINGERS 1812 Overture
http://www.cello.org - the Internet Cello Society - interviews, forums, technique tips, etc. for the cellist
http://www.desymphony.org/new/ - information on Mrs. Everill's Delaware Symphony Orchestra - what's coming up, how to buy tickets, etc.
http://www.sjboda.org/ - South Jersey Band and Orchestra Directors site - for South Jersey Orchestra audition information
http://www.cello.org/bass.gif Manuscript paper - in case you want to write your own music!!!
http://metronomeonline.com USE YOUR METRONOME!!!
http://www.piano-accompaniments.com/acatalog/Other_works_for_Cello.html Piano accompaniment CD's for more advanced works
http://www.cdsheetmusic.com/ Cello music on CD-Roms
http://www.musicminusone.com - CDs of orchestral accompaniments to concertos, etc. minus the cello part
Cello100 practice form
Practice timesheet (please ignore the "beginners" heading and substitute "cello" for "trombone" :)
Plain practice sheet If the trombone references get to you.......