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 Revisiting my S. Incagnoli oboe
Author: Jaysne 
Date:   2024-04-24 00:05

I posted about this back in 2007. I own a wood oboe marked simply "S. Incagnoli Roma." It has no serial number.

I've been trying to determine when it might have been made. I've only been able to dig up a few bits of information:

1. "S." stand for Spartaco (pretty cool first name). Spartaco Incagnoli was an oboe player and professor in Italy.
2. The Orsi company in Milan made some oboes for him to his specifications with his name on them.
3.It has a Prestini system keywork.
4. Possible guesses for the date of manufacture range from the 1950s to the 1960s.

I'd love it if anybody can add to this. Thanks!

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