Understanding the Oboe Reed
Graham Salter

Understanding the Oboe Reed
Graham Salter

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Investigating breath support, vibrato and reed-making refinements across the World’s major styles, this unique and comprehensive book explains perfect intonation in both scales along with choices of cane, staple, gouger, shaper, knife & profiler, to offer predictable control over every aspect of tone and response.

Graham Salter is one of Britain’s most widely experienced oboists, teachers and coaches. He held the position of Cor Anglais at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden after that of Principal Oboe in the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, records in the film studios, and has performed as a guest with every major orchestra in Britain. A former Editor for BDRS / DRN, he gives masterclasses and tuition widely, plays recitals choosing between five sizes of the modern oboe, and appears regularly as a concerto soloist.

1.488 g
556 pages, including 16 pages in full colour
240 x 170 mm
Gouging Thickness
3.5 cm
82 World Interviews, 115 Colour Photos of Reeds with Complete Measurements, American Recommended Workflow, Tests and Checks
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