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 Re: What sort of oboe do you play and why
Author: oboesage 
Date:   2017-09-04 16:11

Well lots of oboes...

Loree Oboe EH44. 1976-1990. My first professional horn purchased through my teacher Patricia Stenberg from Kenneth Holm. My teacherlayed .Loree... it was a beautiful Horn wish I had it back.
Loree English Horn BC22 1977-1985 purchased from my first teacher Manley Saunders who purchased it from Michael Nazzi in the NY Philharmonic.
Chauvet Oboe BWV ???? 1979-1980
Loree Oboe GC84 1990-2007 purchased from Patrick McFarland. A real workhorse, very difficult to make reeds for though.
Gordet Oboe German Kreisler - Ben Storch 2007-2009. Very dark but pitchy.
Moenig Oboe AMG 150 2009-2012 very lyrical but thin in the upper register.
Marageaux 901 2012-2015 lovely sound but keys had quirks.
Yamaha Kingwood 841 Oboe 2015-present very sweet, great intonation, very reed friendly.
Buffet Greenline Oboe 2916 unbelievably lyrical, great dynamics. Reed friendly.

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