Giovanna d'Arco (Act III, Finale: Un suon funereo): Oboe 1

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For absolute realism, each solo string instrument offers actual performances of scales, runs, trills, glissandos and legato passages. Paulownia wood has been used for boxes and furniture in Japan of many centuries. Some made before the buyout by Selmer play well, though the keywork is of marginal quality. Upper-joint tone-holes (except metal octave vents) are molded simultaneously with the resin bore. In the earlier part of the 18th century, Rameau introduced interesting and unexpected passages on the flutes, oboes, and bassoons and thus opened the path to the colouristic treatment of the orchestra [he is also the first to use the clarinet in his opera Zoroastre in 1749].

Oboe Solos Volume 1

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Instruments for sale should be addressed to: We require that all pre-owned instruments we sell are in good playing order. All secondhand instruments have been checked over and are in good playing order. Each brass instrument has been sonically cleaned, freed of any dents, and polished if silver plated. A violine will produce about 0,001 watt sinus with its strongest fortissimo; a flute 0,013 watt and a tuba 0,28 - that is 300 times louder than the violine!

Il matrimonio segreto: Oboe 1 and 2 parts [A4593]

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The harpsichord was the main stringed keyboard instrument from about 1500 to 1775, when it was gr?lduaUy replaced by the piano. The twelve tones of the octave-all the white and black keys in one octave on the piano-form the chromatic scale. Need some help selecting an instrument or want more information? Durham, NH: Brass and Woodwind Quarterly, 1966. 016.78805. To experience music, you had to listen to live performers, or play or sing yourself.

Easy Classic Oboe Duets: With one very easy part, and the

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The oboe consists of three pieces: the top joint, the lower joint and the bell. Many scales like major, minor, wholetone, chromatic, etc. are supported. Some of the Marigaux oboes (S-M-L, Strasser, or Marigaux) were marketed by the King Musical Instrument Company back in the 1960 and 1970s. The citizens of Dallas voted to support the project through bond issues that raised just under one-half of the total cost. A quick link for child sponsorship is http://www.sponsor-a-child.org.uk/ The oboe is a double reed musical instrument of the woodwind family.

Era de maggio (Arrangement for tenor and orchestra (D

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This collection will expand your brass palette with controllable and playable French Horn fx articulations and an extensively sampled collection of Rips, Falls, Risers, Doppler Effects.... The least common of all are the musette (also called oboe musette or piccolo oboe), the sopranino member of the family (it is usually pitched in E-flat or F above the oboe), and the contrabass oboe (typically pitched in C, two octaves deeper than the standard oboe).

Concerto for Oboe & String Orchestra & Harp. Transcription

William Alwyn

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As a result, the oboist was more able to produce a focused sound and control the volume and balance in ensemble settings. [10] The practice of switching between instruments became less frequent as musicians began to develop expert proficiency and methodology on single instruments. It is exactly the same in all respects -- notes and fingerings -- but is a lot smaller than the flute and it has a higher pitch. Püchner celebrated our Centenary jubilee in 1997.

Israel in Egypt, HWV 54 (He spoke the word): Oboe 1 part

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The taste of the period dictated the performance of music on contrasting choirs of like instruments, as well as in the mixed ensembles more common in the middle ages and in later periods. The two most common clefs are the treble clef used for relatively high ranges (such as those played by a pianist's right hand), and the bass clef, used for relatively low ranges (played by the pianist's left hand): Keyboard music calls for a wide range of pitches to be played by both hands; for such music, the grand staff-a combination of the treble and bass stavesis used.

Parsifal, WWV 111 (Act III, Sc. 4: Kartfreitagszauber – for

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Recorded performance is a sensational innovation of the twentieth century. Composers such as Arnold Schoenberg explored unusual and unorthodox harmonies and tonal schemes. I play piccolo/flute now for marching band. Time, as we live it, has fantastic diversity; each hour has sixty minutes, but how different one hour may seem from another' Rhythm forms the lifeblood of music, too. The chalumeau was not the predecessor of the clarinet, as is generally believed, but a completely separate entity whose development paralleled that of the baroque clarinet.

The Kingdom, Op.51: Oboe 1 and 2 parts [A6493]

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Computers are used both as control devices to drive MIDI equipment and for direct digital synthesis. This is only because certain brands aren`t right for certain people. Sometimes these changes are written in the music; often, though, they are not written but are inspired by the performer's feelings about the music. The Farandole comes from music by Georges Bizet (1838-1875) for the play L'Arlesienne (The WOllwn of Aries), set in southern France. The "dm" seems to have more "sparkle" and "character" than the "regular" bore, with still an element of sweetness.

A Sea Symphony (Symphony No.1): Oboe 1 and 2 parts [A7676]

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I've played Loree exclusively for 25 years, so this is a big step for me -- I've never even tried one of Tom's instruments! All other things being equal, plucking a short string produces a higher pitch than plucking a long string. 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.