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Sea Pictures, Op.37: Oboe 1 and 2 parts (Qty 2 each) [A5724]

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The Orchestra in the XVIIIth Century (Cambridge: W. Woodwind sections do expand to woods in 3s (Wagner, John Williams) and 4s (Mahler). Instead, they are often made up of segments combined from several different performances in the recording studio. (It's understandable that musicians want their recording to be noteperfect. We've got an app, with versions for iPhone, iPod and (finally!) Android. The Middle eastern form is characterized by a turned wood body of simple shape, with a heavily flared bell; 7 fingerholes plus a thumbhole between the 1st and 2nd left hand fingers; small holes between the lowest right hand fingerhole and the bell, which can be closed with beeswax to alter the intonation of the lowest note; a stepped conical bore, the upper part being stepped down by a clothespin-like piece called the capisto.

Violin Concerto No.9, Op.55: Oboe 1 and 2 parts (Qty 2 each)

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The most common is pitched at G for the lowest note; this is the Turkish orta zurna, the Egyptian mizmar al saidi, and the mostwidely used. A composer can create variety and contrast by changing textures within a composition. However, sacred music of Europe was up (to that point) exclusively monophonic plainchant. For absolute realism, each solo string instrument offers actual performances of scales, runs, trills, glissandos and legato passages. Nathan Broder points out that Haydn and a multitude of lesser figures made contributions during this same period.

La cenerentola: Oboe 1 part [A3031]

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Talented designer, Masanori Wakiya of ATZOOM Inc. has created a brilliant and innovative humidity control system that is very simple yet effective. Classical singers, for example, normally don't rely on microphones, but rock gets its point across partly by amplification. These options let you control single woodwind ensemble instruments in your arrangement at an incredibly detailed level. Each instrument builds upon almost 10,000 single samples, 14 articulations and up to eight dynamic layers.

Mass in C major, K.167: Oboe 2 part (Qty 2) [A2683]

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Apart from its use in the major Viennese orchestras, it is not used elsewhere. For example, in the listening outline for the Prelude to Act III of Richard Wagner's opera Lohengrin, the first item (la) is "Full orchestra, very loud (ff), main melody in violins, cymbal crashes." This is my first time buying a non-Loree, or any oboe without a trial or approval period, but friends are telling me I have nothing to fear -- we'll see! Loree Double case, Loree case cover. Nowadays, some of the large oboe manufacturers do not have the luxury of seasoning the wood as in "the old days."

La forza del destino: Oboe 1 and 2 parts [A2347]

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It's up to us as listeners to evaluate performances of music. I have included model numbers, features, and approximate price ranges (of new instruments) when possible. For example, in the listening outline for the Prelude to Act III of Richard Wagner's opera Lohengrin, the first item (la) is "Full orchestra, very loud (ff), main melody in violins, cymbal crashes." In English, prior to 1770, the standard instrument was called a "hautbois", "hoboy", or "French hoboy" (pronounced /ˈhoʊbɔɪ/ HOH-boy, borrowed from the French name, a compound word made of haut ["high", "loud"] and bois ["wood", "woodwind"]). [2] The spelling of oboe was adopted into English c. 1770 from the Italian oboè, a transliteration in that language's orthography of the 17th-century pronunciation of the French name.

Six Intradas: Intrada No. 2 - Oboe, Bassoon, optional

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Where did you try the dual system Lorees? There are three flutes allowing for an expanded section, plus piccolo. When the same melody is played by one instrument and then by another, it takes on different expressive effects because of each instrument's tone color. No doubt you've noticed that most men speak and sing in a lower range of pitches than women or children do. Laubin oboes made within the past few decades have half length (on rare occasion full length) polymer sleeves in the upper joint.

La fille du régiment (Act II, Aria (soprano): Par le rang

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Sampling has been integrated into relatively inexpensive computer-linked keyboards and is one of the most important aspects of today's electronic music making. The results of this revolutionary step are explored in Part VII, The Twentieth Century and Beyond. An orchestra consists of strings and winds (we ignore percussionists, pianists and harp etc.) Sometimes there is a choir. Catalogue of Chamber Music for Woodwind Instruments.

Souvenirs, Op.62: Oboe 1 and 2 parts (Qty 2 each) [A6139]

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Her work focused on assembling oboes and bassoons and continued on after the merge with Conn. But on a stage full of trained musicians, I can’t see any reason to expect it to be more reliable than anyone else’s. A note about tuners – I will offer the advice of my late friend Wally Bhosys, oboist with the Metropolitan Opera in the 1950s–1970s. As usual, the downbeat is strongest; but there is another stress on the third beat, which is stronger than the second and fourth beats and weaker than the first: 1-2-3-4, 1-2-3-4.

Berceuse from "Jocelyn" - For Oboe or flute solo with piano

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A reed is a very thin piece of cane, about 2V, inches long, that is set into vibration by a stream of air. Modern concert flutes are usually made of high-grade metal alloys, usually containing nickel, silver, copper, or gold. [5] To produce a sound with a closed flute, the player is required to blow air into a duct. We can construct similar major scales by starting on anyone of the twelve tones that fill an octave.

Près du fleuve étranger: Oboe 1 part (Qty 7) [A2608]

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However, by avoiding poorly manufactured reeds, buying hand-made reeds whenever possible, and using the above guidelines to take care of working reeds, amateur oboe players are much more likely to find good reeds. BRASS CHOIR (0:38), of all the main brass instruments playing together. A key part of this are the articulations on offer, and the easy articulation switching system inside. Those of us who became solid players around the 1980’s and 1990’s were accustomed to special fingerings on most brands of oboe for the F# and G (sometimes the E-natural) with the 1st octave key.
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