Oboes /ˈoʊboʊ/ OH-boh are a family of double reed woodwind musical
instruments. The most common oboe plays in the treble or soprano range. Oboes
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The oboe is similar to the clarinet in many ways. Both are made from wood and
have metal keys that can produce many notes rapidly. Unlike the clarinet, the ...
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The oboe is a soprano-range, double-reed woodwind instrument of length 62 cm.
Its wooden tube is distinguished by a conical bore expanding at the end into a ...
There are several members of the oboe family. The oboe is the soprano member
and is in the key of C. The second most popular member is the cor anglais, also ...
I began playing the oboe in the eighth grade. My band director, wonderful as he
was, just didn't know much about the oboe (unless you're an oboe player, you're
The oboe is a 2 foot long black cylinder with metal keys covering its holes, and its
mouthpiece uses a double reed, which vibrates when you blow through it.
This is the Oboe Studio Homepage at the Arizona State University School of
Music - Martin Schuring, Assistant Professor of Oboe.