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Tag Archives: Oboe
Another video just out of the oven. I was a little bit in a hurry when I recorded this piece, but I am very happy with the result. This short sonata composed by G. P. Telemann is the first in … Continue reading
Here is a short piece that I recorded this past week. It was written by Johannes Eccard (1553-1611) for 3 sopranos and 1 alto voices. I am playing here a transcription for 3 oboes and 1 English horn (I play … Continue reading
This video is my own recording of a sonata by Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713) originally composed for trumpet, two violins, and basso. I recorded it with an oboe, two mandolins, and an acoustic bass guitar (all of them played by yours … Continue reading
It has been quite a while since my last post. This doesn’t mean that my music adventures ended and I didn’t have anything else to say about it in here. I just needed to refocus a little, take some time … Continue reading
I have always been interested in musical instruments of any kind, although my personal “expertise” and preference is in woodwind instruments. The oboe is my official instrument (and life companion), but I have tried other instruments, one of which is … Continue reading
Last week, I participated for the first time in an International Double Reed Society conference. This year, it was at the Arizona State University, in Phoenix (well, actually, in Tempe). I didn’t perform anything in there, actually, I barely played … Continue reading