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A cello has an incredibly wide range. The general consensus is about 4 octaves from C2 to C6. This goes from the C two ledger lines below the bass clef staff to the C two ledger lines above the treble clef staff. It pretty much covers all vocal ranges. Now whether or not a given cellist can play the extreme upper register with skill, good tone and good ...


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