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  • Liebenzeller Larica Gold

    Gold metal additive is available for cello in hardness III and IV, and is the most versatile of the metals. Tone is full and warm, with clarity.  IV (softer, grippier) may be preferred for solo playing.

  • Liebenzeller Larica Meteoreisen

    Meteoric iron rosin is strong, metallic and direct in tone.  It is powerful and penetrating, yet warm. Available for cello in hardness III and IV.

  • Liebenzeller Larica Tin

    Tin (Zinn) metal additive is available for cello in hardness III and IV. Tin rosin gives a fuller and more radiant sound than meteoric. Recommended for solo playing.

  • Melos rosins

    Melos rosin is made in Greece.  Select from these formulas:  Light for warmer weather and chamber music.  Dark for colder weather and for full-tone orchestral playing.   Sticky is softer with stronger grip than the dark.  Full-size cakes.

  • Millant-Deroux

    Millant-Deroux dark rosin from France.  Look for the cat on the red lid.

  • Pirastro Cellisto

    Cellisto is brilliant cherry red in color, and is a soft rosin for cello.

  • Pirastro Cello

    Cello is a brilliant cherry red color, slightly harder rosin for cello.

  • Pirastro Gold

    Gold rosin vb Pirastro.  Orange in color, it is softer than Goldflex and better suited for use with gut strings.

  • Pirastro Goldflex

    Goldflex is a slightly harder rosin mixed with gold dust; for general use.

  • Salchow

    Salchow rosin is a medium-dark rosin, identifiable by its blue soft cover with elastic closure.  It is a very popular rosin created by a master bowmaking family in New York.
    There is also a light version in a green cloth (not to be confused with Hill light) used primarily by violins and violas.

  • Wiedoeft rosin

    Rosin is made in the USA specifically for cello. Easy application, low powder, long-lasting.  The silicone case is unique, practical, and easy to use.  Just roll the sides down to expose the surface of the rosin, roll it back up when done.