Un giorno di regno (Overture): Oboe 1 and 2 parts (Qty 2

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Expect to pay premium prices for a fine examples of a Loree C series. "Classic B" series circa 1960-1969 a most appealing "majesty" and core" to the sound. The orchestra was rather small at this time; Bach had as few as 18 players for his larger church works, and Handel usually used about 30. When recording brass ensembles, a pair of omnidirectional overhead mics 8-9' in the air and 1-5' apart, positioned at a distance of anywhere from 8-15' generally works well.
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Symphony No.2, Op.36: Oboe 2 part (Qty 2) [A1254]

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The other first violins sit next or behind him, behind them you find the second violins (that usually play lower), then violas, violoncelli and Bases. To achieve the highest level of realism and detail, we have recorded every interval up to an octave. A composition in the key of C major, for example, would begin in the home key, modulate to several other keys-say, G major and A minor-and finally conclude in the home key of C major. Dances such as the minuet and the gavotte were provided in the forms of entertaining serenades and divertimenti.
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La Tragédie de Salomé, Op.50: Oboe 1 part (Qty 2) [A6355]

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Playing qualities of Püchner oboes, oboes d'amore and English horns are described by leading professionals as outstanding. All the wind instruments, especially the woodwinds, could carry the melody, providing desired changes of color. These give you the freedom to start arranging immediately without having to load multiple instruments. Whether you play in the Chicago Symphony, your community orchestra, or high school band, you share the same goal to own an oboe to suit your personal needs.
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Martha: Oboe 1 and 2 parts [A2297]

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Harmony helps give music variety and movement. Stencils: Kreul/Mirafone, Gordet "German" model, Lucerne, Eneg. The oboe is similar to the clarinet in many ways. If an oboe is not broken in properly, it WILL crack. Pictured here are musicians playing in a gamelan, an ensemble found in Indonesia and Bali. The oboe was used more extensively in the 1970s by the English multi-instrumentalist Karl Jenkins in his work with Soft Machine and by Paul McCandless, when he played with Paul Winter Consort and Oregon.
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Distance Oboe Solo

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Our mission is to ensure that visiting ‘The Wind Section’ is a memorable experience. Percussion instruments have long been used to emphasize rhythm and to heighten climaxes. 4.55 GB Berlin Brass Expansion C is dedicated to orchestral effects, played by 4 French Horns in unison and "divisi". Jean-Baptiste Lully, who was in charge of music at the French court in the 1600s, used to pound out the beat for his musicians using a sort of long pole, which he tapped on the floor.
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Symphony No.13 in F major, K.112: Oboe 1 and 2 parts (Qty 2

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Off course, you may say, that is a matter of taste, but a tenor sax is optically more impressive than a Bb clarinet. The instruments of Chris Hein - Winds offer true legato in up to four dynamic layers. Paul Sherman If you live in Erwin or Johnson City, Tennessee, and need computer help, Paul Sherman is the man to see. This particular Laubin is a a Malerne Laubin, manufactured in New York. How the tones of a melody are performed can vary its effect, too.
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Symphony No.3, Op.33: Oboe 1 and 2 parts [A5826]

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Later, flutes were made of metals such as tin, copper, or bronze. They all look somewhat similar in that they are all long tubes of various sizes with metal keys that cover the holes when played to make different notes. Dances became formalized into instrumental suites and were composed by virtually all composers of the era. It features accurate intonation, a balanced response, and exquisite tone--truly professional quality at an intermediate model price. The collection of mallet instruments includes a concert marimba, a glockenspiel and orchestral chimes from the new Miroslav Philharmonik 2 sessions along with harpsichord, celeste and crotals from the Miroslav Philharmonik 1 collection.
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Du Hirte Israel, höre, BWV 104: Oboe 1 and 2 parts (Qty 2

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That said, in terms of orchestral writing, what?s been recorded is more than adequate for most writing situations. Echo chambers and other equipment have given a new dimension to tone. Dr Burgess has taught on the faculties of Stony Brook, Duke and Columbia Universities and currently teaches at the Eastman School of Music. The new piano's soundboard has been modeled to facilitate a striking degree of acoustic realism. The new bore design, which incorporates vertical integration is similar to that of the YOB-841 professional model.
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Suite No.1, Op.3: Oboe 1 part [A1250]

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It is on ebay (yeah I know the warnings about purchasing instruments on ebay) and for my daughter. Today, the oboe is commonly used in concert bands, orchestras, chamber music, film music, in some genres of folk music, and as a solo instrument, and is occasionally heard in jazz, rock music, pop music, and popular music. FLUTE (4:59), a main instrument, usually functioning as the soprano of the woodwind family, has a breathy, silvery tone.
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Il barbiere di Siviglia (Act I, Finale: Ehi, di casa; Fredda

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Only 165 heckelphones have ever been made. Student model oboes are often made from plastic resin, to avoid instrument cracking to which wood instruments are prone, but also to make the instrument more economical. Purchased new in 2014, this Howarth XL is practically brand new! To lengthen the duration of a tone (and add rhythmic variety), we can make it a dotted note; adding a dot (.) to the right of a note increases its duration by half. The United States contra dance band Wild Asparagus, based in western Massachusetts, also uses the oboe, played by David Cantieni.
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