Feuillets de voyage, Op.26 (Arrangement for orchestra

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Subtle manipulation of embouchure and air pressure allows the player to express timbre and dynamics. This was the first oboe made by Tom with a PET plastic sleeve in the top joint. Like .that of an actor, his or her interpretation is full of subtle timings and inflections. It hardly moves, alternating obsessively between a long note and a shorter one right above it. Thus, this string quartet is for 2 Violas and 2 Cellos, rather than the usual 2110. This gives you some feedback on your choice, and gives you more confidence in your decision.

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