Cecilia Rosin was first introduced in 2002 as Tartini Rosin. Tartini Rosin was quickly recognized as distinct among rosins by world-renowned string players and string lovers, leading to great demand and worldwide distribution. In September 2005, Andrea Bahng introduced an upgraded version called "Andrea", which was designed to provide even more sensitive and sophisticated sound enhancement than "Tartini." In 2009, Cremona in America re-introduced Andrea rosin with improved performance, and a new look. Cecilia Rosin is available for violin, viola, or cello in three styles.
Solo: Powerful, yet sensitive sound for the soloist. It enables maximized projection and extra clear bow articulation.
A Piacere: A Piacere has the exact same formula as the Tartini "GREEN", which provides the effortless bow control with even sound production. This rosin will get the most out of your instrument and add that extra something you had with Tartini "GREEN".
Sanctus: Sanctus is formulated to provide more possibilities in the sound of stringed instruments. This unique combination of two sophisticated rosin formulas provides the optimum balance for sound and bow control. These formulas have been put into two separate areas in one special rosin cake to show the clear definition of their roles. The outer ring formula has been designed to give a silky smooth playing feel and to produce a focused sound on the strings. The center formula responds and kicks in when the player demands more power and gutsiness from their instrument. The sound of these formulas when combined is noticeably more focused with enhanced tonal strength. Ultimately, it stimulates your musical mind to explore the endless possibilities in your sound.