Cecilia A Piacere violin rosin can truly be used at any time. A piacere means “as desired” in Italian, which perfectly conveys the fact that the rosin can be used in many different cases. It shares the same formula of the very famous Andrea A Piacere, only its name has changed.
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Cecilia A Piacere violin rosin features
It is, before all, the most versatile rosin from the Cecilia collection. It provides less range in dynamics but produces a warmer, softer tone for the ears. That’s why it is the favourite of many musicians who want a rosin that can be used at any time and almost anywhere. As it is less powerful, it’s best in smaller halls.
The Andrea rosin has been renamed Cecilia. First of all, it is the patron saint of musicians – Saint Cecilia. It was also an opportunity for Peter Bahng to honour his mother’s memory as she had the same name and passed away in 2019. Therefore, since 2020, every rosin produced by the musicians family bear the name Cecilia.
Furthermore, two sizes are available for the rosin cake – half and full.
My review on Cecilia A Piacere violin rosin
A Piacere‘s formula is first of all the same one as the Tartini “Verte” launched in 2002 by Andrea Bang. Moreover, it is one of the secret ingredients that gives the optimal contact between the bow hair and the strings. Thanks to it, the player can feel an incredible control over their bow and hear a perfectly balanced tone.
The rosin will help enhance to the highest your instrument’s capacity while also adding that little indescribable extra.