Frederica-Polka, Op.239: Oboe part (Qty 7) [A5981]

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These are fabulous modern instruments with old-fashioned quality: dependable and easy to play with fantastic sound, at reasonable prices, with a great warrantee -- the kinds of instruments a player wants to keep on playing and playing! The usual symphonic orchestration at the middle of the eighteenth century gave all the essential musical material to the strings, and used the winds only for doubling, reinforcing, and filling in the harmonies. The timpani (kettledrums) are the only orchestral drums of definite pitch.

Don Giovanni, K.527 (Act I, Duetto e Coro: Giovinette, che

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Comfortable to blow, comfortable to hold, comfortable mechanisms. A performer can emphasize a tone by playing it more loudly than the tones around it. The vibration frequency of the say tone is exactly half that of the see tone. Chord progressions will enrich a melody by adding emphasis, surprise, suspense, or finality. This mutual enhancement points up a difference between music and speech. Oboes are usually made of wood, but there are also oboes made of synthetic materials.

Sarabande and Cort├Ęge, BV 282: Oboe 1 and 2 parts (Qty 2

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Woodwinds in general, and the saxophone and oboe in particular sound best in lively, reflective spaces, so unless your recording space of choice is exceptionally and unattractively boomy minimal sound damping is advisable. Its penetrating tone does not blend well but its colour when added in unison to other instruments can often add great interest. They all have great reputations, but also EVERY ONE OF THEM is put down by someone. Exceedingly well made, and it played well.

Symphony No.1, Op.68: Oboe 1 and 2 parts [A1338]

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Selling an instrument through the scheme above offers a far better return. * Commission rates start at 15% inc. SampleTank 3 SE The affordable sound and groove workstation - Now with Custom Shop! In singing we use wider ranges of pitch and VOIUl1'le than in speaking, and we hold vowel sounds longer. There are single- and double-reed woodwinds. In single-,'eed woodwinds the reed is fastened ove;"a hole in the mouthpiece and vibrates when the player blows into the instrument. Despite its name, it isn't English and it isn't a horn.

Jean-Baptiste Loeillet: Sonata in C Major for Oboe and Piano

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Just through the repair shop for a presale tune up - disassembled and cleaned, bore oiled, pads and mechanisms checked and replaced where... The piccolo is an octave higher, sounding an octave higher than written. The mouthpiece of the flute (diagram below) works on the same principle - a jet of air passes a volume of air (the air in the tube of the instrument) which can vibrate. Nowadays, some of the large oboe manufacturers do not have the luxury of seasoning the wood as in "the old days."

The Nutcracker (ballet), Op.71: Oboe 2 part [A2175]

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Alfred Laubin made his first oboe in 1931. Sometimes there are instruments in the ensemble other than those shown above. Once a reed starts to break down, the opening closes and the pitch rises sharply; the embouchure has to overcompensate for a dying reed, which can lead to bad habits. Some problem occurred: Either some unexpected information has been sent or system failure occurred. Construction and sale of Baroque Oboe (Hautboy), Saxophone Mouthpieces, Clarinet Barrels, ...

Guillaume Tell: Oboe 2 part [A5737]

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When we talk about the combination of different note lengths in America, we are considering its rhythm. When the stream is deflected down, some of it goes into the bottle, increasing the vibration. Woodwind & Brasswind also carries orchestral strings, sheet music and method books, drums, guitars and classroom instruments. In contrast, part B begins with a descending variation of this melodic idea. A "Ralph Gomberg model "Jarde' exists, though I do not know how it may differ from the standard Jarde' professional oboe.

Concerto in C Minor for Oboe and Piano

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I,II); GAVOTTE, 8me ETCERNIER ENTREE; BOUREE POUR LES MESMES Five works of Lully for two oboes, two English horns and two bassoons Parts and Score L'AIR DES HAUTBOIS fait par M. Today, brass instruments are very popular, owing to ensembles such as the Canadian Brass and soloists like the trumpeter Wynton Marsalis. THIBAUD - (Paris) stencil instruments, Some Kreul, some Bulgheroni, and some? Letters that are duplicated (as in A in this example) indicate multiple parts.

Suite No.1, Op.3: Oboe 2 part [A1250]

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The size and placement of the toneholes is the same as Yamaha's Custom models, giving even and accurate intonation and making the 441 the most 'Professional' sounding intermediate model you will ever find. He is not only a fantastic oboe guru, but he is also a wonderful human being. Deborah Workman). 1992-1994 Portastatic's recordings feature oboe. 1995 Queen 's song " It's A Beautiful Day," from the album Made in Heaven, contains an oboe part conceived by bassist John Deacon. 1996-2003 French gothic metal band Penumbra, (ob.

Orchestral Suite No.3 in D major, BWV 1068: Oboe 1 and 2

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Kerry now also makes reed wrapping machines like the ones I used to make. Thepulse of music is communicated in different ways. A symphony orchestra is a group of specific musical instruments that is capable of playing an arrangement of music called a symphony. An impressive collection of mallet instruments is also provided that includes a concert marimba, a glockenspiel, orchestral chimes and a vibraphone. Such a resting place at the end of a phrase is called a cadence. Witness the amazing power of projected visuals behind Ancestral Groove's performance at the opening of POLIN, the Museum of the History of Polish Jews, and catch David Krakauer's cinematic concert The Big Picture in NYC and Europe this Fall 2015! http://davidkrakauer.com/shows Projection mapping by written, directed, animated and performed live by MELT. www.bymelt.com Brandon was inspired to write this arrangement of Flight of the Bumblebee for his colleagues by the trumpet and piano arrangement he and his father Rich Ridenour created for their own duo.