My cello came back the other day from getting repaired, and it looks amazing. Back when I moved this summer, the idiot movers broke it (snapped the neck - not all the way - and some other damages...so its been in repair for awhile now). Ofcourse, I had to play it....I spent a good 3 hours just going through my old faves and playing some news stuff along with my ipod. I tried taking a melody of a song and trying to recreate it...I worked on Fearless by Taylor Swift and some All Time Low stuff. It sounded pretty good.
I just felt at home with my baby. Like the months we were apart didn't exsist and it was just pure comfort. I love the feeling of my fingers on the strings and sound of a rosin-covered bow along the silver strings. When I'm out tommarow, I'm picking up some music books so I have more to work with. I think I'm going to go back to the classics, so if anyone has any suggestions that would be lovely.
The only down fall of this afternoon of music is that I'll have caluses on my left hand fingers...and my right writs my hurt a tad...but its totaly worth it.
And I bought a 850$ pink fiber-glass practically bullet proof case so the whole snapping of the neck and chipping the sides won't happen ever again. I also got a pink endpin!