The term “can-can” has a complicated history, but usually means a fast, high-energy dance, generally performed by a chorus line of girls, and usually involving lots of high kicks. French composer Jacques Offenbach's Infernal Galop from the 1858 opera bouffon (comic opera) Orpheus in the Underworld is the tune now most commonly associated with this type of dance. Instead of its original title it is usually referred to as the “Can-Can”. This arrangement is for cello with string trio accompaniment.
Learn how to play the notes of "Can Can Cello" on cello for free using our animated scrolling tablature including sheet music and tab options for the easiest way to quickly learn the music. Enjoy playing along with 5 backing tracks which you can control with the track display. Use this tutorial with our tab to learn the song without having to read notes in sheet music.