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 Re: Oboe method
Author: oboist2 
Date:   2022-09-20 01:06

I have found the "Tune a Day" useful, and then generally follow this up with the Hinke Elementary method. For Pieces, I start with "The Young Oboist" 2 volumes to start, and then start work on some of the pieces in Whitney Tustin's "Solos for the Oboe Player", and of course, plenty of long notes and scales. A lot depends on the age of the student, what musical background etc that they have come from, but I have fond this productive. After the Hinke, I usually start them on the Ferling 48 studies, but start with some of the easier ones. I have never seen the Gekeler Method mentioned above, but I know it's a popular choice and I am sure is useful. I was 15 when I started the oboe, and my teacher (because I also played piano and had played clarinet before, started me straight on long notes and scales to start, and then straight away into Ferling and Solos for the Oboe Player after a few months.

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