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 Re: American Sound
Author: oboemoboe 
Date:   2007-01-12 19:33

D-oboe, you are so right on this one! What I like about Holliger (and most european players for that matter) is that their playing sounds more spotaneous (in a good way) and has lots of character. The 2 Holliger students I had lessons with (for a long time) use singing a lot when they teach. All of their sudents have to sing the pieces they play, which makes for a more natural phrasing. Others illustrate phrasing by dancing, which is also cool! They see music as being FUN! And use a really large tone palette, with lots of different textures and colours.

I see that you're from Montreal, you might know the teacher (no names mentionned here) who uses the "phrasing by numbers" system. I find that teacher turns out excellent "orchestra machines", but that's it...they all sound the same when they come out of "the mold".

This said, I,m really happy to have been able to study with both styles, ranging from ridgid "this is how you phrase, because that's how it is" to "put down your oboe and sing/dance your piece!"

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