The purpose of this article is; To know the music life in France in the 19th century, important celloists who have written their name on this life, with Turkey also being taught widely in schools and conservatories French cello school of fine arts with the historical development of world music and its impact on cello school and additives are described. The emergence of this school, its representatives and important cello violators in this school were introduced. The contributions of this school to the development of cello, soloist and also cello composers were introduced. The methods and methods of publication of the French school have been described in order to make it easier to play on the left hand and to illuminate them when technically challenged. The effects and contributions of the innovations on the players and new works brought to the repertoire were introduced. The interaction of this school with other schools in the world has also been revealed. The right hand and left hand holding styles in cello were influenced by the schools and performers and the styles they adopted. The contribution of differences between schools to the development of performers is explained.
French cello school, Martin Bertau, cello