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 Re: How to play FF on the Cor
Author: mschmidt 
Date:   2017-08-28 07:59

Gosh, Chris, that is awful! (The saxes playing the cues.)

I have found that I am best off making my cor reeds (of course I call them EH reeds) rather differently than I make my oboe reeds. Of course, I am an American, with an American reed style, so I don't know if that helps. But I had to experiment a bit and throw caution to the wind to figure out how to get a reed that really has a good amplitude of vibration without sounding harsh. But a cor will never be as harsh as an oboe could be, so you have some room to move.

Mike

Middle-Aged Amateur


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