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 Re: What sort of oboe do you play and why
Author: Hotboy 
Date:   2020-07-30 09:39

"The Americans are obsessed with Loree, but I personally have never liked the Loree sound, as it simply doesn't have the complexity and warmth the Marigaux 901 has."

Well, that certainly is YOUR opinion. Marigaux is brighter and more nasal than Loree, and that is why American oboists tend to eschew them. I'm sure that many Americans would say that Marigaux has LESS warmth because of its penetrating timbre. The definition of "warmth" is obviously the issue here.

My teacher studied with Fernand Gillet and played a Marigaux, and I liked the sound of other American oboists better, like Genovese, Gomberg, and Lifschey.

Dane
Bay Area, California

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