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 Re: repertoire
Author: mberkowski 
Date:   2017-05-16 22:19

If you weren't quite taken by the Strauss, perhaps you should give the Vaughan Williams oboe concerto a try. It is lyrical, pastoral, and romantic in that vaguely "English Nautical" way characteristic of much of the composer's work, and generally a lot less flashy than the Strauss, despite the 3rd movement being quite virtuosic.

The Mozart oboe quartet was previously mentioned, which I'd jump to recommend as well. And to that list I would also add the Beethoven Trio Op87 for 2 Oboes and Cor Anglais. It isn't quite Beethoven as he was edging into romantic tendencies, but it's a standout of oboe chamber music nonetheless.


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