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Oboe Concertos Import


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  • Audio CD (Sept. 20 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Supraphon
  • ASIN: B00000JH2B
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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By J. kuhn on March 5 2001
Format: Audio CD
usually first-classical music is not my area unless u consider jazz and "CPR"-style fusion/rock 2 b classic as in original coke, but here goes...
i have only heard the Concerto in C off of cable/dmx (& a good stereo tv) but i will only say I MUST HAVE THIS ! this is just about the most beautiful music, @ least independent of rhythmic delights, that i have ever heard. nothing special about vivaldi - i know he wrote good opera & has a lush pen but, if u like woodwinds this is matchless! one caveat - u must like the natural sound of the instrument, because the action on this oboe is richly evident. i am a Tenor (1st/jazz) & alto sax man & i have played flute, oboe, bassoon & piccolo in an orchestra/small ensemble. the breath control & lip needed to play the oboe is considerable, but the lady on this recording makes it sound as fluid and effortless as if she were Stan Getz doing Mulligan or Zoot Sims in "Four Brothers". it is HARD to be this lyrical on ANY double-reed (e.g. bassoon), but to make it SING like this wonderful lady does - have u ever heard Benny Goodman swing, or the opening glissando on clarinet in the sultry solo of g gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue? IFF like me u like that, BUY this recording! looks like one must, just to find out who the lovely lady on the most beautiful instrument in the world (after the human voice) is....
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Remarkable! March 5 2001
By J. kuhn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
usually first-classical music is not my area unless u consider jazz and "CPR"-style fusion/rock 2 b classic as in original coke, but here goes...
i have only heard the Concerto in C off of cable/dmx (& a good stereo tv) but i will only say I MUST HAVE THIS ! this is just about the most beautiful music, @ least independent of rhythmic delights, that i have ever heard. nothing special about vivaldi - i know he wrote good opera & has a lush pen but, if u like woodwinds this is matchless! one caveat - u must like the natural sound of the instrument, because the action on this oboe is richly evident. i am a Tenor (1st/jazz) & alto sax man & i have played flute, oboe, bassoon & piccolo in an orchestra/small ensemble. the breath control & lip needed to play the oboe is considerable, but the lady on this recording makes it sound as fluid and effortless as if she were Stan Getz doing Mulligan or Zoot Sims in "Four Brothers". it is HARD to be this lyrical on ANY double-reed (e.g. bassoon), but to make it SING like this wonderful lady does - have u ever heard Benny Goodman swing, or the opening glissando on clarinet in the sultry solo of g gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue? IFF like me u like that, BUY this recording! looks like one must, just to find out who the lovely lady on the most beautiful instrument in the world (after the human voice) is....


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