The Christmas Tree (suite), Op.21a: Oboe 1 and 2 parts (Qty

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Many of them functioned at important events and activities in society, including coronations, battles, funerals, the hunt, and even for the arrival of the mail. In the first movement alone, several examples prove this to be the case. The library's performance-data directly reflect the immense investment of recordings and configuration possibilities. There is also a substantial repertoire of concert music in the classical idiom for the members of the saxophone family. The "German model" Gordet/Kreul and "Lucerne" stencil is in fact a different instrument from the "standard" Kreul though at first glance nearly identical in appearance.

Mass No.2, D.167: Oboe 2 part (Qty 3) [A2716]

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The form becomes clearer as awareness and recall of these parts are developed through repeated listening. The strings were more important than ever, and the keyboard instruments had taken a back seat. HARPSICHORD (1:00), a keyboard instrument generally associated with early music, especially the Baroque period. These have neen professionally set up and ready to play. The company has earned an unparalleled reputation for having the highest artistic integrity and dedication to exceptional quality in manufacturing superbly crafted flutes, resulting in a brilliant sound that is beyond compare.

Symphony No.4, Op.29: Oboe 1 part (Qty 2) [A7720]

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From time to time we get hautboys aka baroque oboes, traversos aka one-keyed wooden flutes, early clarinets, shawms, cornemuses, and krumhorns on consignment. Talented designer, Masanori Wakiya of ATZOOM Inc. has created a brilliant and innovative humidity control system that is very simple yet effective. Ledet (Publisher: Indiana University Press, ISBN-10: 0253378915): A classic. Prices in other currencies are for guidance only.

Symphony No.25 in G minor, K.183/173dB: Oboe 1 and 2 parts

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The second example is common for a concert band or wind ensemble piece. All the wind instruments, especially the woodwinds, could carry the melody, providing desired changes of color. The saxophone has got a couple of advantages: It is easier to learn, you can play louder and it looks better. Vibration frequency is measured in cycles per second. Aldershot, Hants, England: Ashgate, 1999 ^ Carroll, Paul “Baroque Woodwind instruments” p. 45. The English word "oboe" was adopted ca. 1770 from the Italian oboè, as close as possible a representation in that language's orthography of the 17th-century pronunciation of the French word hautbois, a compound word made of haut ("high, loud") and bois ("wood, woodwind"). (In England prior to 1770, the instrument was called "hautbois", "hoboy", or "French hoboy".) A musician who plays the oboe is called an oboist.

Trio - For Oboe, Clarinet & Bassoon

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The clarinet and saxophone use a single reed (piece of cane or fiberglass), which vibrates, to produce a sound. Oboists were often well paid if they were willing to travel, which in the fashion of the medieval troubadours, expanded its popularity. For those who develop more than a passing interest in making reeds for musical instruments, keep in mind: Reed cane is a pernicious weed! From the perspective of writing / production, which is not only more players from each family of woodwind instruments, which will have a completely different player in each family brass.

Twenty Traditional Wedding Solos for Violin or Flute or Oboe

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If extras are needed, one can use the transpose trick (for oboe, clarinet or bassoon), reinsert a BWW instrument for the third part, or use an instrument from another library. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. The song is in duple meter, with two quick beats to the measure. Because of its size, it plays very low notes and is often the backbone of the orchestra. After more than one year of test runs, our "J model" professional oboe has reached its maturity stage and demonstrates our will to deliver a state-of-the-art oboe which combines both a rich sonority and an ever-increasing freedom of playing.

Terzetto: Flute, Oboe, and Bb Clarinet (or Flute and two Bb

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Modern players are often the only sax player in the band, therefore blending with other saxes is not an issue, but competing in volume and tonally with electric instruments can be. Maybe they rehearsed hard, too, but that is physically limited. Besides moving up or down by step or leap, a melody may simply repeat the same note. There are three grooves allow the one hand, and the piccolo develop.

Aïda (Act II, Scena: Salvatore della Patria): Oboe 1 and 2

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LOREE - The most famous maker of all, founded 1881. Polyphonic rrrusic often contains imitation, which occurs when a melodic idea is presented by one voice or instrument and is then restated immediately by another voice or instrument. Bands differ depending on the instrument. While wind playing always is a compromise (between instrumental problems, technical problems etc.) it is possible for strings to play perfectly.

6 Symphonies after Ovid's Metamorphoses, Kr.73-78 (Symphony

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Let your orchestrations breathe and shine with a huge collection of never before recorded, playable articulations performed by the same musicians of our first release “Orchestral String Runs” recorded at the same scoring stage. Several solo instruments are highlighted. Load the solo french horn key switching instrument to quickly go between sustained, portato, legato and staccato articulations all within a single part. Within these main categories, the instruments can be subdivided according to their substance or material: stretched skin (i.e. drum), metallic, wooden, rattles etc.

Sonata for Oboe and Piano

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The two contrasting phrases of the song can be symbolized by the letters a and b. il;t discussing music it's helpful to let letters represent various sections of a piece. Repairs may be performed using new or refurbished parts that meet or exceed YAMAHA specifications for new parts. With the final disappearance of the harpsichord from the symphony orchestra towards the end of the eighteenth century, the leader of the violins took up the responsibility to conduct the group. In the orchestra the or lead player will usually play the main instrument of the family and the 2nd, 3rd or 4th players will play any other instruments as required. (When a player plays more than one instrument this is referred to as doubling) As a section the woodwinds have the greatest variance of tonal and dynamic characteristics between the individual instruments.