Unsere Videos

Schubert Streichquintett String Quintet C Major

1. Satz - gespielt auf unseren Carboninstrumenten.


Pachelbel Canon für 3 Violinen und Continuo

Das berühmte Stück in einer eigenen Version: Mittels Computertechnik wurden alle Stimmen mit einer Carbonvioline separat eingespielt. Das Ergebnis klingt überraschend gut.


Solistischer Ton - reine Spielfreude! Klangbeispiel Karbongeige

Live-recording auf der Frankfurter Messe 2012. Ein 2minütiges Solo aus der Carmen-Fantasie v. Pablo de Sarasate, welches die klanglichen Möglichkeiten unserer Karbonvioline andeutet.


Carbon fiber cello performance: Shostakovitch Tarantella

Live recorded on 10th of June, 2012


Carbon fiber cello performance: Bach - Arioso

Live recorded on 10th of June


Carbon fiber cello performance: Jardanyi- Sonatina

Rarely played. Unique on Youtube, live recorded on 10th of June.


Carbon fiber cello performance: Bach - Sonata for cello and piano BWV 1029

live recorded on 10th of June


Carbon fiber cello performance: A. Zemlinski - 3 pieces

Rarely played, unique on Youtube. Live recorded on 10th of June.


Carbon fiber violin: Robert Schumann - Romanze No.2 for Violin and Piano

Duo Recital recorded on June 22, 2012 with our carbon fiber violin. Please note: This is an amateur performance, we are not professionals!


Carbon fiber violin: Robert Schumann - Romanze No.1 for Violin and Piano

Duo Recital recorded on June 22, 2012 with our carbon fiber violin. Please note: This is an amateur performance, we are not professionals!


Die Carbonvioline - detailliert erklärt


Comparison/Vergleich Carbon fiber cello vs. J.B Vuillaume cello

Recorded at Frankfurt Musik Messe 2014 - unfortunately lots of background noise. One minute of introduction, music starts at 1:38. Cellist is 14 years old Brendan Goh from Singapore who studies at Amadeus International school in Vienna.


Spontane Improvisations-Session mit einem Carboncello

Matthias Marggraff spielt das soeben erstandene Hybridcello in einer kurzen Improvisation.


Bach Prelude in G-Dur (G major) für Violoncello