reeding writing oboe

making the oboe sing

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Open Goldberg Variations: free, open source recording and modern score of classical masterpiece
Performed by Kimiko Ishizaka on a Bösendorfer 290 Imperial in Berlin’s Teldex Studio, there’s already plenty to love about a new cut of Bach’s Goldberg Variations. But this one is also the first fan-funded, open source, and completely free recording of it.
"Every part of it is free for you to use, share, and copy,” said Robert Douglass, who launched the successful Kickstarter project behind Werner Schweer’s new version of the classic score and its production.
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Open Goldberg Variations: free, open source recording and modern score of classical masterpiece

Performed by Kimiko Ishizaka on a Bösendorfer 290 Imperial in Berlin’s Teldex Studio, there’s already plenty to love about a new cut of Bach’s Goldberg Variations. But this one is also the first fan-funded, open source, and completely free recording of it.

"Every part of it is free for you to use, share, and copy,” said Robert Douglass, who launched the successful Kickstarter project behind Werner Schweer’s new version of the classic score and its production.

Read more ->

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See? Another reason the world needs more oboes
If an oboe falls (or gets chucked across the room) and hits you in the head, you won’t Bb.
Oboes: making a safer - and more harmonious - world.
(Though, yes, if hit by the reed - and not, say, the bell - that would certainly B#.)

source: Demetri Martin on WhoSay

See? Another reason the world needs more oboes

If an oboe falls (or gets chucked across the room) and hits you in the head, you won’t Bb.

Oboes: making a safer - and more harmonious - world.

(Though, yes, if hit by the reed - and not, say, the bell - that would certainly B#.)

source: Demetri Martin on WhoSay

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In the open, inside concert halls, in unexpected nooks or down alleyways
Music happens
and isn’t that a great thing?
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In the open, inside concert halls, in unexpected nooks or down alleyways

Music happens

and isn’t that a great thing?

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