Mors et vita (Judex): Oboe 1 part (Qty 7) [A1513]

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The lowest wave is four times as long as the tube (4L'), the next is 4L'/3, the next 4L'/5 etc. For recording a clarinet or saxophone the mic may be positioned 3-7' away from the instrument, in front of it and roughly level with the top half of the body aimed at the keyholes in the lower half. They are used in almost all recorded music (especially popular music) and in some live music. Played extensively throughout Europe. This duct acts as a channel bringing the air to a sharp edge.

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Serenade in D major, K.185/167a: Oboe 2 part (Qty 2) [A1830]

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During the 18th century, the orchestra set-up began to develop into what would become the standard for the Classical and Romantic styles. And tone color can be changed by varying the number of instruments or voices that "An explanation of the physical basis of tone color appears in Appendix 2. perform a melody, Finally, electronic techniques developed in recent years allow composers to create colors completely unlike those of traditional instruments.

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4 Lieder, Op.27 (Caecilie (No.2) – for voice and orchestra

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No matter how many specific indications of rhythm, dynamics, or accent appear on a page, much is left to the performer. Because of its dynamic flexibility, the Italians named it the pianoforte (meaning soft-loud). It was for this Db piccolo that John Philip Sousa wrote the famous solo in the final repeat of the closing section (trio) of his march "The Stars and Stripes Forever". Many Turkish players turn the reed vertically so as to allow the tip of the tongue to lightly touch the underside corner of the reed making a "yelping" vibrato that is often used in time with the beat of the tune.

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Sonatina Oboe with Piano Accompaniment Oboe with Piano

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During the 17th cent. the violin family displaced the viols, except the double-bass viol, as the principal strings of the orchestra. Here is some information (from the Langwill Index) about the company: The J. Kreul radically redesigned the keywork patterns in the 1990s- most of the key touches became flat, in stark contrast to the earlier "domed" touch surfaces- "flat keyboard" effect- takes time to become accustomed to the flat surfaces. In subsequent symphonies, Mozart gives the bassoons more and more freedom, sometimes functioning as bass instruments, sometimes as members of a unified woodwind section, and with increasing frequency as key soloists.

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Lions and Oxen (Sheet Music) (Oxford Sacred Music, For

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By the way: If you want to join a band and they are interested, don't unnecessarily mention your classical activities, maybe just as "background experience". "Real" Jazz players don't take classical players seriously. CLARINET (3:51), a main instrument, with a wide range from tenor through alto to soprano, usually plays the tenor part in a woodwind choir. As a result, oboes are readily audible over other instruments in large ensembles. Exquisite design and artisanship of keywork. I find the spacing between the low D (split ring D) and the low C touch to be too close in spacing (by 2mm) for all but an oboist having very small hands, thus ergonomically uncomfortable for oboists having medium to large hands.

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Götterdämmerung, WWV 86D: Oboe 3 part [A2355]

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We are experiencing some problems, please try again. Composers wanted their audiences to follow what was happening. The piccolo's high register is shrill and whistlelike. Flutes include classical flutes, recorders, and folk instruments like the Native American flute. Stephen Hammer plays and teaches oboes of all periods, recorders, and Renaissance reeds, and is active as an instrument-maker and music administrator. The tripod's three legs are large, meaning it provides great stability.

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Music for Two, Volume 2 for Flute or Oboe or Violin and

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It consists of the forces 414.01, and often includes Percussion and/or Tympani. Expert wind instrument service and repair is the foundation of our business. In a modern symphony orchestra the concertmaster is the principal first violinist, who sits at the conductor's immediate left. Unlike the brass family, most of the woodwinds� sound comes from the body of the instrument (the keys and the mouthpiece) as opposed to the bell.

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Alfred Classic Festival Solos (Oboe) Volume 2 Solo Book

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There is another disadvantage for clarinet players on the right in the traditional German seating: There you have trumbones and trumpets directly behind you. The Linton oboes were made by in Elkart from about 1925 - 1954. Nathan Broder points out that Haydn and a multitude of lesser figures made contributions during this same period. The concluding fourth phrase (Where seldom is heard) is a repetition of the beginning but with a final ending.

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The Hound of Heaven for Voice Oboe and String Trio

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Traditionally they have been considered harsh and have been used in music that expresses pain, grief, and conflict. Here are the reasons why and some more suggestions. A Woodwind collection like none other, recorded in a fabulous hall equipped... I was so taken with the sensuous feel of playing the instrument that I didn't try to analyze the sound, so any comments about that would be questionable. Conversely, it is on rare occasion possible to find a German Kreul "Gordet" oboe that is in fact the lighter weight "standard" Kreul model.

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Distance Oboe Solo

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Kerry now also makes reed wrapping machines like the ones I used to make. But in the late symphonies, we see Mozart’s bassoon, as Adam Carse puts it, “release[d]… from its duty of always playing the bass part, and [getting] some measure of independence in the tenor register.” 11 In the Haffner symphony, our earliest example (1782), the score calls for Fagotti in the plural, though in the first, third, and fourth movements, they spend most of their time playing a deux, doubling the bass line.

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