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In addition to a gorgeous exchange between oboe and English horn, the movement boasted honest-to-goodness cohesion.
In Sibelius’ symphony, the plaintive oboe solos by Sarah Skuster, clear flute work by Rose Lombardo, the resonant bassoon playing by Valentin Martchev and Ryan Simmons, the bright trumpet of Micah Wilkinson, the precise timpani of Ryan DiLisi?
Alex Klein, who was hired as principal oboe of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra first in 1995 and again in 2016, has been denied tenure.
Don Q is represented by a solo cello; sidekick Sancho Panza is a bass clarinet, tuba, and occasionally a viola; sweet, unattainable Dulcinea’s theme is given to the oboe.
The local band performs with members Anna Luther on flute, Heidi Dewally on oboe and English horn, Donna Noyes on clarinet, Monica Schwartz on bassoon and Rich Roberts on horn.
Additionally, extended passages for oboe, bassoon and viola da gamba gave diverse shades of color.
Over the course of the 12-minute work, there are radiant brass chorales, luscious strings and a consoling melody intoned by single oboe, then a flute.
Gonzalo X. Ruiz, oboe and recorders; Tatiana Daubek, violin; Beiliang Zhu, cello; and Avi Stein, harpsichord.
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: a musical instrument that is shaped like a tube and that is played by blowing into a small, thin piece at the top of the tube
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