Each block of Andrea Cello Rosin is made by hand in the USA from a select blend of the highest quality ingredients by professional New York violinist Peter Bang. You may remember that ANDREA rosin was made by Andrea Bang several years ago under the name Tartini (not to be confused with New Tartini which is a different product).
Bought and used by professional cellists, this rosin is worth every penny for the sound that it draws from your instrument. Many professional musicians won’t use any other rosin, and if you try it you’ll understand why. Just 3 – 4 swipes of your bow over the rosin is enough due to it’s powerful formulation, meaning it’s economical too.
Andrea ‘A Piacere’ Cello Rosin
Andrea ‘A Piacere’ Cello Rosin was previously known as Tartini Green which was discontinued in 2004 but relaunched in March 2011 as ‘A Piacere’. ‘A Piacere’ has the exact same formula as the Tartini ‘Green’, which provides the effortless bow control with even sound production. This rosin will get the most out of your instrument and add that extra something.
Andrea Solo Cello rosin
Andrea Solo Cello rosin gives a pure, clean and projecting sound that soloists love. It has the widest dynamic range and is particularly good for playing in large halls. Solo rosins were also known under the names Paganini for violin, David for viola, and Casals for cello
Andrea Orchestra Cello rosin
Andrea Orchestra Cello rosin gives a smoother sound that blends well in an orchestra without sacrificing clarity or articulation. The sound is more controlled. Orchestra rosin was previously known as Symphony rosin. Orchestra rosin previously had the names Vitali for violin, Vienna for viola, and Toscanini for cello