What Is an Oboe Made out of?


The Oboes are made of wood and produces sound by blowing through a thin double reed that is at the upper end of the instrument. It has a strong sound that can be easily picked even, when the other orchestra instruments are still playing.
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The oboe is a woodwind which can be made of plastic or wood. It is the smallest orchestral twice reed instrument and very significant in the orchestra. It looks very like the clarinet, but sounds very different and their sound is produced by blowing air.
The oboe looks very alike to the clarinet but sounds extremely different. They are made of wood or plastic, and produce sound by blowing air through a slender double reed at the higher end of the instrument. The oboe is very vital in the orchestra.
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