(1) oboe lesson(2) he plays the oboe(3) He began playing the piano when he was five, then played a lot of different instruments in high school, including the oboe and the clarinet.(4) oboe solo(5) It lay for me, somewhere between the voice and horn of that special performance of Britten's Serenade - rather than the oboe and the cor anglais, its immediate oboistic neighbours.(6) It's a concerto for the combination of instruments (horn, oboe , clarinet and bassoon) that appear solo in the program's other works.(7) How sad it would be to think that the oboe means just one instrument.(8) Our instruments - oboe d' amore and harpsichord, were made for each other.(9) At the symposium, women danced and sang and performed on the double-reeded aulos (like an oboe or shawm), or lyre, having been hired, sometimes, on the street.(10) The musical difficulty, the nasal quality of the tone and the fact that everyone tunes off the oboe gives double reed players an aura of snobbery; whether it's real or perceived depends on the player.(11) Other unique curiosities are the 3 Sonatas that the composer wrote for each of the main woodwind instruments; oboe , bassoon and clarinet, although those for cor anglais and flute never saw the light of day.(12) Classes will be offered for the violin, viola, cello, flute, oboe , trumpet, trombone, and bassoon as well as composition and orchestral conduction.(13) Berckmans is still on board, and his oboe , bassoon and English horn remain a major part of the group's mediaeval chamber music sound.(14) After the cor anglais, the oboe and the clarinet, the wind ensemble sings ├ö├ç├┐Alleluia├ö├ç├û under a luminous haze of trills and harmonies in the strings.(15) There is a peculiarly haunting quality to the sound, and the rapport between oboist and cellist testifies to the time they have spent working together.(16) It is a charming piece, and performers and concert-planners should note that it is helpfully and economically scored for an orchestra consisting of just two oboes , two bassoons and strings.