Cello’s first ever video will feature the world’s most powerful cello, the Yamaha MS-09, as it performs at the world premiere of the company’s The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am FREE album in New York on March 16.
The video is a joint effort between the world-renowned classical cellist, Olivier Messina, and the Grammy-winning composer and lyricist, Richard Wagner.
The concert will take place at Madison Square Garden in New Jersey, and will feature performances from Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Verdi and Haydn.
The MS-29 is the most powerful and beautiful instrument in the world.
It is a unique instrument that has been around since ancient times and has inspired generations of artists and composers worldwide, including the likes of Pablo Picasso, Jean Michel Jarre, Igor Stravinsky and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
It is the second of a series of video collaborations between the cello and Wagner, with the first being the MS-05 video in 2009.
The music video will have an interactive feature that will allow viewers to enter information about the instrument and its history.
It will also include a music video that will feature a live performance by the MS19 cello.
It will feature live orchestra and a live video shot by the violinist.
The “world premiere” will be one of the most watched concerts in the history of the cellos, which attracted more than 200,000 fans for its February 20 performance at the Musée du Lac in Paris.
The MS-19 video, which was recorded by the company, was widely viewed by music fans around the world and is currently the most viewed video of all time.
Wagner, who was born in Munich and lives in Munich, is a renowned musician and conductor and has been performing for decades.
His music has been performed in more than 20 countries around the globe and he is the world record holder for the most number of recordings, which is five times more than any other artist.
He has also released several albums including “The World is a Beautiful place and I am Free”, “The Cello Concerto No. 1”, “Concerto No 3” and “Concatenation No 2”.
Wagners son, musician Peter, who has also composed music for Wagner, also has his own music videos that have become the most-watched videos in the company history.