[vee-uh-luh n-chel-ist, vahy-]
Origin of violoncellist
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Examples from the Web for violoncellist
By the way, that young fellow over there who said that is a violoncellist.
Here, however, we are considering Offenbach solely as a Violoncellist.
According to Frstenau, Abel was engaged as violoncellist at Dresden.
She married a violoncellist, of no great capacity, except for drinking.The Violin
Although an amateur, only, he was an accomplished violinist and violoncellist.Louis Spohr's Autobiography