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The links below take you to pages I’ve put together. I sometimes include comments from those who have attended the camps, workshops and festivals. Needless to say, the info for these places may have changed since I posted information and links. Be sure and verify anything I have written! If you have additions, deletions or suggestions feel free to email me at oboe (at) speakeasy (dot) com.

Annual Workshops & Master Classes

Double Reed Days, Festivals & Workshops

Music Festivals & Schools

Summer Music Camps

Here are links to sites that list a multitude of music camps, workshops and more. I cannot guarantee the accuracy of these sites.

Indiana University List of Summer Music Programs

Sigma Alpha Iota List of Summer Music Festivals

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***Note: I need to update this page! I’ll get to it … soon … I hope.

These festivals below may have age restrictions as well as audition requirements. (One, Summer Music West, is actually for younger students, which is not as common as festivals geared toward the more advanced or even semi-professional player.) Be sure to read the pages carefully. Remember, too, that I can’t be held responsible for any errors. I’m relaying information I find online or elsewhere, but I have no connection to any of what is listed.

***Why attend a music festival?

If you have to ask, I’m not sure I should tell you … but really … we learn a great deal from hearing other musicians, both oboists and other musicians. Festivals often bring in the cream of the crop. And besides, even with the hard work that some of these require, they are great fun!

I’ve included some information for each festival, but I haven’t put up everything and you should visit the links to see the actual admission and audition requirements.

For younger, less advanced students, I recommend Summer Music Camps.

Please note that sometimes the terms camp, workshop and festival overlap somewhat. For this reason I actually recommend that everyone check Music Workshops and Master Classes and Summer Music Camps as well as this page


Apple Hill Chamber Music Festival

festival
My note:
This festival appears to have something for everyone … youth, amateurs, professionals … but this has only been determined by their site. I have no familiarity with them. It was recommended by an IDRS member.

From the site:
THE APPLE HILL SUMMER CHAMBER MUSIC SCHOOL AND FESTIVAL combines concerts by the Apple Hill Chamber Players and Guest Artists with chamber music workshops which are attended by a community of 275 participants of all ages, backgrounds, and geographic locales, and skill levels ranging from professional to skilled and enthusiastic students and amateurs.

The Summer Festival concerts, held in the beautiful and historic New England setting of the two-hundred year old Apple Hill Concert Barn, are accessible to all. Over the thirty years of the Apple Hill Summer Festival, these concerts have inspired audiences totaling over 40,000 persons ? young, old, local residents, and visitors from all over the US and throughout the world.

The Apple Hill Summer Chamber Music School has provided opportunites for over 8,000 participants to study and perform under the guidance of the Apple Hill Chamber Players.  These participants have formed highly motivated, accomplished, supportive, and fun-loving communities which give special life to Apple Hill’s philosophy that music is a language which has the capacity to join together persons of diverse backgrounds and points of views in ways which heighten empathy, humanity, and excellence.

PROFESSIONAL, STUDENT, AND AMATEUR CHAMBER GROUPS are matched according to playing level and experience, not age. Participant ages range from 12 to 90. Throughout the summer, no more than fifty-five participants are at Apple Hill at one time, in a carefully controlled mix of musicians oaf all abilities, ages, backgrounds, and locales.

Apple Hill believes in honoring the special voice in all musicians. We coach, encourage, and applaud all groups equally, from the highest level professional groups to those containing musicians who are just starting to play chamber music. Our goal is touse the tools of inspired chamber music playing and coaching to build special communities which cross cultural, ability, gender,ethnic, and age barriers.

Be sure to read this page as there are additional things you should know. For instance, you’ll be required to do a bit of work at this camp!


Aria

International Summer Music Academy at  Ball State University,  Muncie, Indiana, USA

My note:
I know absolutely nothing about this group! I merely found it on one of my online searches.

From the site:
ARIA is geared to high school students, college students, and young professionals, ages 14 to 32, and provides a comprehensive learning experience under the guidance of a distinguished faculty. The program aims to provide an intensive and in-depth study of one?s instrument through private lessons, workshops, master classes, seminars, faculty concerts, and student concerts. Private lessons take place in the afternoons, with the mornings and evenings devoted to seminars, master classes, and workshops which deal with technique, repertoire, musicianship, and career issues. Most seminars and workshops are interactive, and participants will be asked to bring their instruments, as they will actively participate on a rotating basis at the discretion of the teacher. During the four-week session, participants can expect to receive 8 lessons (most or all being private), and in addition to actively take part in or audit seminars, workshops, and master classes.


Aspen Music Festival and School

My note:
Recommended by an IDRS member, this is a well known festival.

From the site:
The Aspen Music Festival and School is a high-level training ground for the world?s next generation of professional musicians. It is also a premier classical music festival that presents more than 200 musical events in nine weeks and serves as a summer retreat for many of the world?s great musical minds.

What sets the Aspen Music Festival and School apart from other summer programs for students is the incredible breadth of musical experience it offers to young musicians. With programs from orchestra to opera, conducting to contemporary music, piano, guitar and more; a student body ages 8 to 68, from 39 countries and virtually every major conservatory; a distinguished faculty with experience in nearly every facet of music-making; and 200-plus world-class concerts, master classes, and lectures, the School is an intense musical world of its own, a crucible of artistry that has shaped young classical performers for more than fifty years.


Banff Centre Music and Sound Department

My note:
There are a number of opportunities at Banff, and it would take a lot of space to list them all. I encourage you to check out the site, and see all they have to offer. Here are some of the “blurbs” found at the site:

Music Programs Overview 

Musicians specializing in music of any period from “early music” to the latest in digital composition are welcome to apply. Professional development residencies give composers, solo performers, ensembles, singers and jazz musicians an opportunity to concentrate on personal artistic development in an interactive and supportive environment. Residents shape their program under the guidance of the program directors, and are given the opportunity to expand their artistic insights through interaction with distinguished visiting artists and each other. There are many performance opportunities, and interaction with artists from other disciplines is encouraged and supported.


Bowdoin International Music Festival

My note:
Another site I found on a search. I know nothing about this program, other than what I read at the site.

From the site:
Bowdoin College
6300 COLLEGE STATION
BRUNSWICK, ME | 04011-8463 | 207.373.1400
[email protected]

The Bowdoin International Music Festival’s Music School is an internationally-acclaimed 6-week program designed for serious students with advanced musical ability who are motivated, disciplined, and comfortable with a significant amount of independence. Teachers and chamber coaches expect students to make full use of individual practice time, and to make significant progress during their time at the festival. Students are encouraged to take advantage of all masterclasses and performance opportunities, and to attend all concerts. Each student’s experience will reflect the energy, drive, and self-discipline he or she brings to the program.


Brevard Music Center

My note:
Again, I am not familiar with this program.

From the site:
The Brevard Music Center offers summer study in music to students age 14 and older.

To be admitted to the Brevard Music Center, a student must submit a completed application. Application is made online, at this web address: www.brevardmusic.org/study

Students who cannot complete an online application should contact the BMC Admissions Coordinator (828-862-2140) for accommodation.


Colorado College Summer Music Festival

My note:
I don’t know anything about this program. I received the brochure at UCSC. I like the full scholarship for all students notion though!

This festival “is an intensive three-week program for 40 advanced student musicians” that includes coaching in chamber ensembles, master classes and private lessons (for oboe: Robert Walters, Principal, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Prinicpal designate, Cleveland Orchestra).

For an application write, call or email:
The Colorado Colelge Summer Music Festival
14 East Cache La Poudre Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80903-3294
Phone: (719) 389-6098 Fax: (719) 389-6955
Email: [email protected]


Eastern Music School

Guilford College, North Carolina

Click here for the Audition Schedule

The Eastern Music Festival and School is one of this country’s foremost training programs for aspiring young musicians between the ages of 14 and 20, presented within the nationally known summer music festival of which it is part.

For over 40 years, the central focus of the Eastern Music Festival and School has remained the needs of the pre-professional student. The School at EMF limits enrollment to no more than 200 students, making this unique program “up close and personal,” ensuring access to faculty, visiting artists and artistic staff, and creating an extremely nurturing and friendly environment.

Kent/Blossom Chamber Music Festival

Presented by Kent State University, in cooperation with The Cleveland Orchestra

Music Academy of the West

Summer School and Festival

Music Academy of the West is an intimate summer school and festival providing an intense and diverse international music community of young artists, esteemed faculty, conductors and guest artists.

With its founding in 1947 it established on the West Coast a rich tradition of training by performancethat brings to audiences more than 200 events over eight weeks – Festival Orchestra, Tuesdays at Eightfaculty chamber concerts, fully staged opera, opera scenes, young artist picnic concerts, free community concerts and daily masterclasses – all open to the public.

Mission Statement:
It is the mission of the Music Academy of the West to provide the best possible instruction and inspiration for gifted young musicians, instrumental and vocal, primarily of college and graduate school age.

The essential objective remains the same as it has since 1947: to concentrate on those facets of technique and style that the professional musician needs most private tutelage, small ensemble coaching, masterclasses and large ensemble or opera experience with their peers, all under the guidance of the best faculty, coaches, directors and conductors. In addition, students have the opportunity to hear and observe an outstanding artist faculty in recital, chamber music, and concerto performance.

National Repertory Orchestra — orchestra for the Breckenridge Music Festival

The NRO, a non-profit organization, has as its primary mission the training of talented young musicians for seats in symphonic orchestras in the United States and abroad. Alumni currently play in virtually every major and regional orchestra in the U. S. and in orchestras world-wide. Each summer, approximately 86 musicians are chosen in a nationwide audition tour to participate in an intense symphonic orchestral experience.

The NRO performs two full orchestra concerts each week in Breckenridge’s beautiful Riverwalk Center between late June and mid-August. In addition, members of the NRO take part in smaller chamber concerts during the festival, and the full orchestra plays at several other locations in the state. Toward that end, a full range of symphonic literature is performed, or the equivalent of a full symphony season.


Ojai Festival

A slightly extended weekend of music in a city north of L.A.


Orvieto Musica

An intensive, three-week performance workshop for professionals, teachers, select talented students and advanced devotees.

Recommended by an IDRS member who says:
For a few years I’ve attended the Orvieto Musica Chamber Music Workshop in Orvieto, Italy, and have had a ball upgrading my playing each time.

It’s run by a duo of terrific musicians. Attendees have been very talented and the workshop is great for those of us who work other jobs during the year. It’s
about 3 weeks long, and I’ve performed music as fast as I could learn it on modern and baroque oboes for concerts in various towns and churches around the area.

ll participants are housed in comfortable pensione facilities, newly renovated and equipped with modern amenities, in the heart of Orvieto. Rooms are double or triple occupancy, with single rooms available for an additional $450. The workshop fee includes continental breakfast and vouchers for one main meal daily at select local restaurants. Orvieto boasts many inexpensive pizzerias and food markets, all within easy walking distance.

Orvieto Musica, Inc.
6500 East Ridge Road, #187
Odessa, TX 79762, U.S.A.M

(432) 367-0877
[email protected]

Sarasota Music Festival

My note:
Nope. I don’t know this one either! The name sounds familiar, though.

The Sarasota Music Festival is an intense three-week event encompassing chamber music, master classes, and orchestra. A distinguished faculty of international artists works closely with students from the United States and abroad in a beautiful setting on Florida’s West Coast. Major emphasis of the Festival is given to the coaching and performance of chamber ensembles. All participants, however, must participate in master classes and orchestra. Concerts include weekend performances by guest artists at Holley Hall and the Sarasota Opera House. Student participant concerts are held throughout the Festival at these and other performance venues. A typical week for a student participant will include participation in 2 master classes, 1 or 2 ensemble assignments with rehearsals and coachings, and 3 orchestral rehearsals with a single performance.

100% tuition scholarships
Over 65% housing subsidy
An affordable experience
Bottom Line: UNDER $600! for three fantastic weeks!


Sequioa Chamber Music Workshop

My note:
Recommended by an IDRS member.

From the site:
Sequoia is…
a unique opportunity for young classical musicians to study and perform chamber music in the shadows of the beautiful Northern California Redwoods…
a community of 50-60 intermediate and advanced students and 13 professional musicians who join together to explore the vast and fascinating world of chamber music…
an environment that is intense, yet supportive, where informal daily performances help participants develop the knowledge, technical skills and passion that are the building blocks of a successful life in the world of music, as well as the self-discipline and self-confidence that are essential to success in any field.

Sequoia accepts 50-60 intermediate and advanced students with strong sight-reading skills, ages 12 to 20, for each week. The workshop accepts players of violin, viola, cello, bass, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French horn. Pianists with exceptionally good reading skills are also encouraged to apply.


Spoleto Festival USA

Each year, the Spoleto Festival Orchestra takes on a dynamic new identity with the participation of both returning and new musicians. Through nationwide auditions, an extremely talented group of young professionals and students, of many nationalities, are selected to form the Spoleto Festival USA’s resident ensemble. The Orchestra works with the Festival’s Music Director for Opera & Orchestra, Emmanuel Villaume, as well as with guest conductors in opera, symphonic, choral, dance, chamber and contemporary music performances.

The Festival Orchestra is central to the international excellence of performance at Spoleto Festival USA and has, over the years, proven to be one of the finest opportunities for young musicians to gain extensive performance experience. Alumni of the Spoleto Festival Orchestra can be found in every professional orchestra in the United States.


Summer Music West

My note:
This is run through San Francisco Conservatory.

There are a different weeks for different programs.

Symphony Orchestra Academy of the Pacific

My note:
This is a part of UOP.

The Symphony Orchestra Academy of the Pacific offers a uniquely rounded musical experience for emerging, talented orchestral players.
Selected musicians from around the world will play int eh SOAP Festival Orchestra under the baton of Music Director Arthur Arnold. Participants will take part in master classes, private lessons, chamber music concerts and will enjoy performances by outstanding faculty and the Victoria Symphony — the SOAP Orchestra in Residence.
The SOAP takes place in the town of Powell River on the west coast of British Columbia, Canada.

Symphony Orchestra Academy of the Pacific
Attn: Artistic Director
7280 Kemano Street
Powell River, BC
Canada V8A 1M2

Tanglewood Music Festival

Established in 1940 under the leadership of former BSO Music Director Serge Koussevitzky, the Tanglewood Music Center provides a rounded musical experience for emerging professional musicians of exceptional ability. Participants work with internationally renowned musicians, including members of the Boston Symphony and resident and guest artists, in a scenic environment of remarkable beauty.

My note:
Do keep in mind that this is for experienced musicians who have completed most or all of their training. They are well respected.

For the younger player, try the Boston University Tanglewood Institute (see below).

Also offered at Tanglewood for younger artists ages 15-18 and also adults are the programs of the Boston University Tanglewood Institute (BUTI), two to eight week programs June 20-August 14, 2004.

Their Young Artists Programs are offered in Orchestra and Chamber Music, Wind Ensemble and Chamber Music, Voice, Composition, Piano, and Harp. Workshops take place over two-week periods, with concentrations in orchestral instruments and string quartets.

BUTI offers Adult Music Seminars (AMS) on BSO performance repertoire in the form of weekly classes, rehearsal, and concert attendance.

For complete information, please contact:
Boston University Tanglewood Institute
855 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
Telephone: 617-353-3386 or 1-800-643-4796
Email: [email protected]


Texas Music Festival

The Immanuel and Helen Olshan Texas Music Festival was founded in 1990 to provide young professional musicians with a challenging musical environment in which to develop skills in orchestral, chamber music, and solo performance. The four-week orchestral fellowship program on the University of Houston campus is guided by distinguished artists from the Moores School of music faculty, members of the Houston Symphony, and internationally recognized guests, many of whom perform as soloists with the festival orchestra and on the festival’s chamber music concerts.

-Four-week residency program in orchestral and chamber music performance
-Full tuition fellowship
-Geared towards college, graduate, or young professonal players. Self-motivated and responsible younger students may apply.
-International musical community from the U.S. and over fifteen (15) countries in 2004
-Faculty comprises guest artists, members of the houston symphony, and faculty of the Moores School of music
-Individual lessons
-Chamber music coachings
-Faculty artist chamber music series

University of Houston, Texas’ premier urban research university, is located on a beautiful park-like campus in the country’s fourth largest city.

Rebecca and John J. Moores School of Music Building, a spacious 144,000 square foot facility.

Moores Opera House, an 800-seat hall praised for its acoustical excellence and celebrated mural by Frank Stella.

Performance Opportunities
-Four weekly orchestral programs
-Student chamber music concerts
-Master classes with artist faculty and guests

Presented by
University of Houston | School of Music
David Ashley White | Director

In association with
Texas A&M University | Summer Performance Series
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
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ADELAIDE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

OBOES
Celia Craig, Section Leader
Renae Stavely
Peter Duggan, Principal Cor Anglais/Oboe

BASSOONS
Mark Gaydon, Section Leader
Leah Stephenson
Jackie Hansen, Principal Contra Bassoon/Bassoon


MELBOURNE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

OBOES
Jeffrey Crellin, Principal
Vicki Philipson, Associate Principal Oboe
Michael Pisani
Geoffrey Dodd, Principal Cor Anglais 

BASSOONS
Rolf Kuhlmann, Principal
Elise Millman, Associate Principal Bassoon
Natasha Thomas
Brock Imison, Principal Contrabassoon


QUEENSLAND ORCHESTRA

Oboe
Sarah Meagher, Principal
Bettina Crimmins
Amelia Coleman, English horn

BASSOONS
David Mitchell, Principal
Evan Lewis, Acting Associate Principal
Claire Ramuscak Glenn Prohasky, Contrabassoon


STATE ORCHESTRA OF VICTORIA

OBOES
Stephen Robinson, Section Leader
Joshua de Graaf

BASSOONS
Lucinda Cran, Section Leader
Tahnee Van Herk
Glenn Prohasky, Contrabassoon


SYDNEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTA

OBOES
Diana Doherty, Principal
Shefali Pryor, Associate Principal
David Papp
Alexandre Oguey: Principal Cor Anglais

BASSOONS
Matthew Wilkie, Principal Bassoon
Roger Brooke, Associate Principal Bassoon
Fiona McNamara
Noriko Shimada, Contrabassoon


WEST AUSTRALIAN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA”

OBOES
Leanne Glover, Principal
Elizabeth Chee, Associate Principal

BASSOONS
Jane Kirher-Lindner, Principal
Adam Mikulicz, Associate Principal
Simone Walters, Principal Contrabassoon

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The virtuoso played with a beginner.
He knew that she could learn to make notes sing.
In hearing her he thought he heard a glimmer
of that which causes melody to ring.

Even through the screeching he stood by her,
so certain that his pain was soon to end.
But finally frustration turned to anger;
she couldn’t learn his way, he couldn’t bend.

One final day she came to see the teacher.
She tried to understand all that he said.
He took his strings and wrapping tight around her
violin, pulled, strangling it till dead.

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Breathe in, breathe out, cascade or spiral down
with full abandon. Leap through fullness. Float
on liquid glass, or soar to heights about
which I once only dreamt. Savor each note
as it seeps into soft skin and transports
me to a private place. Drawn in I face
contrasting darks and lights that shake me. Forced
to hear, to see, to know in full, embraced
by what at first could not be understood.
Pure melody transports, flings carefree my
often troubled mind, sorts the bad from good,
through sounds that turn ears inside out. Could I
while being cut and torn become more whole?
The knife, inserted, twisted, steals my soul.
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Another night of prostitution. Men
and women pay for shallow pleasures. Lights
are dimmed and sounds diminish. It is then
I know my fate must be accepted. Rights
and wrongs play no part, entertainment takes
a precedence, all else is tossed aside.
Performers forced to focus on what makes
the crowd content, while I, undignified,
must lose all pride.

Priority to sell
a trick of cheapened tickets. Art replaced
by ditties which for me become the knell
of death and yet the option being faced
is obsolescence. One must make a choice:
silence or a false profitable voice.
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“La mia cuffietta, la mia cuffietta.”

Mimi has her pink hat back
and still she dies.
Now what’s with that?
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I saw a woman cleaning, sweeping by
the entrance to the hall where I perform.
She wouldn’t glanced in my direction. Shy
perhaps, or so engrossed in work, and worn
from working lengthy hours for little pay
and no applause. I quickly rushed on past,
my state of self-importance in the way
of seeing her for who she was. The last
are told that they will be the first someday
and I might find my stage grows somewhat small.
It could be that I’ll never even play
and years of training not be good at all
for my new life in heaven. In that age
I might be sweeping as she takes the stage.
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Patty’s Music Library

CD Library

Movie Collection

Poetry

Kelsey’s Oboe Art
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SOLO WORKS FOR OBOE

COMPOSER

WORK

PUBLISHER

Albinoni, Tommaso

Concerto Opus, 7, No. 3

Boosey & Hawkes

Albinoni, Tommaso

Concerto Opus, 7, No. 12

Edition Kunzelmann

Bach, Johann Sebastian

Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring

Oxford University Press

Bach, Johann Sebastian

Six Sonatas for Flute & Piano

Southern Music Company

Barber, Samuel

Canzonetta for Oboe & String Orchestra (string parts and piano red.)

G. Schirmer

Barlowe, Wayne

The Winter’s passed for Oboe & Strings (piano red.)

Eastman School of Music

Bartók, Béla

Three Folksongs from the Csík Districkt for Oboe & Piano (arr. Szeszler)

Masters Music Publications, Inc.

Bellini, Vincenzo

Concerto in E flat Major

Ricordi

Berio, Luciano

Sequenza VII for Solo Oboe

Universal Edition

Britten, Benjamin

Six Metamorphoses after Ovid, Opus 49, for Oboe Solo

Boosey & Hawkes

Chávez, Carlos

Upingos for Oboe Solo

Carlanita Music Co.

Cimarosa

Concerto for Oboe (arr. Benjamin)

Boosey & Hawkes

Corigliano, John

Aria for Oboe & Strings

G. Schirmer

Crawford-Seeger, Ruth

Diaphonic Suites for Solo Flute or Oboe

Continuo Music Press

Donizetti, Gaetano

Sonata for Oboe and Piano (arr. Meylan)

Edition Peters

Dring, Madeleine

Italian Dance, for Oboe and Piano

Josef Weinberger Ltd.

Dring, Madeleine

Three Piece Suite, for Oboe and Piano

J. R. Lord

Dutilleux, Henri

Sonata for Oboe and Piano

Éditions Musicales Alphonse Leduc

Fauré, Gabriel

Berceuse for Flute or Oboe and Piano, Opus 16

J. Hamelle & Co.

Fauré, Gabriel

Piece for Flute, Oboe or Violin and Piano

Alphonse Leduc

Françaix, Jean

Flower-Clock for Oboe and Orchestra (piano red.)

Éditions Musicales

Genzmer, Harald

Chamber Concerto for Oboe and String Orchestra

Edition Schott

Handel, George Friedrich

Sonata in B Flat for Oboe and Piano

Schott And Co.

Handel, George Friedrich

Sonata in C minor for Oboe and Basso Continuo

Ricordi

Hindemith, Paul

Sonate for Oboe and Piano

Edition Schott

Hotteterre, Jacques

Suite in D Major for Flute (Oboe) and Piano

Ricordi

Hummel, Bertold

Suite for Solo Oboe

N. Simrock

Hummel, J. N.

Introduction, Theme and Variations for Oboe and Orchestra (piano red.), Opus 102

Musica Rara

Jacob, Gordon

Sonatina for Oboe and Harpsichord

Oxford

Kawarsky, Jay

Rejoice, O Young Man

Southern Music Company (2 copies)

Krenek, Enrst

Four Pieces for Oboe and Piano

Bärenreiter

Krenek, Ernst

Sonatina for Oboe Solo

Rongwen Music, Inc.

Manz, Paul

How Lovely Shines the Morning Star for Obeo and Organ

Concordia Publishing House

Marcello, Benedetto

Concerto in C minor for Oboe and Piano

Southern Music Company

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Concerto for Oboe and Orchestra K 314 (285d) (w piano red.)

Bärenreiter

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Concerto for Oboe and Orchestra K 314 (285 d) (w piano red.)

Boosey & Hawkes (2 copies)

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Concerto for Oboe and Orchestra K 314 (285d) (w piano red.) Urtext

G. Henle Verlag

Nielsen, Carl

Two Fantasy Pieces for Oboe and Piano, Opus 2

Wilhelm Hansen Edition

Paladilhe, E.

Concertante (ed. Voxman)

Rubank, Inc.

Pasculli, A.

Concerto Sopra Motivi Dell’Opera “La Favorita” di Donizetti for Oboe and Piano

Bretikopf & Härtel

Persichetti, Vincent

Parable for Solo Oboe

Elkan-Vogel, Inc.

Piazzolla, Astor

Oblivion for Oboe and Piano

Tonos

Piazzolla, Astore

Tanti Anni Prima (Ave Maria)

Tonos

Piston, Walter

Suite for Oboe & Piano

E. C. Schirmer Music Company

Poulenc, Francis

Sonata for Oboe and Piano

Chester Music

Rachmaninoff, Sergei (arr. Lucarelli)

Vocalise, Opus 34, No. 14

International Music Company

Reger, Max

Romanze for Violin (Oboe) and Piano

Bretikopf & Härtel

Rietz, Julius

Concert Piece Opus 33 for Oboe & Orchestra (piano red.)

Musica Rara

Sammartini, G.

Sonata in G Major for Oboe and Piano (ed./arr. by Rothwell)

J. W. Chester Ltd.

Spohr, Louis

Andante con Variationi for Oboe and Piano

Kalmus

Schumann, Robert (arr Schradieck)

Three Romances for Oboe and Piano

G. Schirmer

Strauss, Richard

Oboe Concerto (piano red.)

Boosey & Hawkes

Telemann, Georg Philipp

Concerto in F minor for Oboe and String Orchestra (piano red.)

Southern Music Company

Telemann, Georg Philipp

Concerto in E minor for Oboe and String Orchestra (piano red.)

Musikverlag Hans Sikorski

Telemann, Georg Philipp

Sonata in A minor for Oboe and Piano

Southern Music Company

Telemann, Georg Philipp

Four Short Melodic Pieces (Winter – Trumpet Air – The Silly Girl – Girl of Naples)

Southern Music Company

Telemann, Georg Philipp

Sonata for Oboe and Basso Continuo, G minor (Edited and arranged by Walter Bergmann)

Schott Music Ltd.

Telemann, Georg Philipp

Twelve Fantasias for Flute (Oboe)

G. Schirmer

Touchi, Michael

Tango Barroco for Soprano Sax, English Horn and String Orchestra

Tsybin, Vladimir

Concerto for Oboe and Piano

?

Vivaldi, Antonio

Sonata in C minor for Oboe and Basso Continuo

Schott

Von Weber, Carl Maria

Concertino for Oboe and Winds (oboe part only)

Musica Rara

Wanhal, Johann

Sonata for Clarinet (Oboe) and Piano

McGinnis & Marx

OBOE and/or ENGLISH HORN SOLOS – BOOK COLLECTIONS

COMPOSER/EDITOR/ARRANGER

WORK

PUBLISHER

Andraud, Albert J. (arr.)

Fifteen Grand Solos

Southern Music Company

Arnold, Jay

Oboe Solos (Everybody’s Favorite Series No. 99)

Amsco Music Publishing Company

Bach, Johann Sebastian

Solos from the Unaccompanied Works of J. S. Bach

Mel Bay Publications

Brown, James

Oboe Solos – Chester Woodwind Series (missing oboe part)

Chester Music

Craxton, Janet and Richardson, Alan

First Book of Oboe Solos

Faber Music Limited

Craxton, Janet and Richardson, Alan

Second Book of Oboe Solos

Faber Music Limited

Handel, George Friedrich

Three Sonatas and Famous Largo for Oboe and Piano

Southern Music Co.

multiple composers

Oboe Classics for the Intermediate Player; Music Minus One, Elaine Douvas, oboist

MMO Music Group

multiple composers

Oboe Classics for the Advanced Player; Music Minus One, Elaine Douvas, oboist

MMO Music Group

Stacy, Thomas

Solos For The English Horn Player

G. Schirmer

Tustin, Whitney

Solos For The Oboe Player

G. Schirmer

SOLO WORKS FOR ENGLISH HORN

COMPOSER

WORK

PUBLISHER

Bozza, Eugéne

Divertissement for English Horn and Piano, Opus 39

Southern Music Company

Donizetti, Gaetano

Concertino for English Horn and Orchestra (arr. Meylan)

Edition Peters (piano reduction)

Handel, George Friedrich

Concerto in C minor for English Horn and Piano (arr. Andraud and Pezzi)

Southern Music Company

Hindemith, Paul

Sonate for English horn and Piano

Edition Schott

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Adagio Religioso for English Horn and Piano(from the Clarinet Concerto)

Southern Music Company

Ravel, Maurice

Piece En Forme De Habanera for English Horn and Piano

Alphonse Leduc

Running, Arne

Concertino, Opus 4, for English Horn and Piano

Shawnee Press (you can purchase this through arnerunning.com/)

Tomasi, Henri

Évocations for Solo English Horn

Alphonse Leduc

OBOE STUDIES

COMPOSER

WORK

PUBLISHER

Barret, A.M.R., Alard, Delphin (ed. David Hite)

Four Sonatas by Barret, 5 Melodious Etudes by Alard, Scales in Thirds

Southern Music Company

Barret, A.M.R.

Complete Method

(front cover missing; don’t know publisher)

Barret, A.M.R. (ed. Martin Schuring)

Complete Method

Kalmus

Barret, A.M.R. (ed. David Hite)

Forty Progressive Melodies

Southern Music Company

Bozza, Eugene

18 Etudes

Alphonse Leduc

Ferling, Franz Wilhelm

18 Technical Studies for Oboe (English Horn)

Friedrich Hofmeister

Ferling, Franz Wilhelm

48 Famous Studies for Oboe or Saxophone, 3 Duo Concertants, and Beethoven Trio for 2 Oboes and English Horn, 1st Oboe

Southern Music Company

Ferling, Franz Wilhelm

48 Famous Studies for Oboe or Saxophone, 3 Duo Concertants, and Beethoven Trio for 2 Oboes and English Horn, 2nd Oboe

Southern Music Company

Ferling, Franz Wilhelm

144 Preludes and Etudes for Oboe, Book 2

Friedrich Hofmeister

Gillet, Fernand

Studies for the Advanced TEaching of the Oboe

Alphonse Leduc

Gillet, Fernand

Method for the Beginning of Oboe

Alphonse Leduc

Giampieri, Alamiro

16 Daily Studies for Oboe

Ricordi

Hite, David

Melodious and Progressive Studies, Book 2 (includes Gambaro, Dont, Berr, Ferling, et al.)

Southern Music Company

Hovey, N. W.

Rubank Elementary Method

Rubank, Hal Leonard

Hugot (ed. Bruyant)

25 Grand Etudes

Bérard Billaudot

Lamotte, Antony (Josef Marx, ed.)

Basic Scale and Arpeggio Studies

McGinnis & Marx

Luft, J. H.

Etudes for Oboe

Edition Peters

Luft, J. H.

Twenty-Four Etudes in Duet Form for Two Saxophones or Oboes

Carl Fischer, Inc.

Pares, G.

Daily Exercises and Scales for Oboe

Carl Fischer

Salviani, Clemente

Studies for Oboe, Book 2

Ricordi

Skornicka, J. E. and Koebner, R.

Rubank Intermediate Method

Rubank, Hal Leonard

Tustin, Whitney

Daily Scales

Peer Music

Voxman, H. and Gower, Wm.

Rubank Advanced Method, Vol. 1

Rubank, Hal Leonard

Voxman, H.

Rubank Advanced Method, Vol. s

Rubank, Hal Leonard

EXCERPT BOOKS

EDITOR

TITLE

PUBLISHER

Crozzoli, Sergio

Passi Difficili e “A Solo” (IItalian Opera Exerpts)

Ricordi

Crozzoli, Sergio

Soli e Passi Tecnici, Volume 1

Casa Musicale Sonzogno – Milano

Crozzoli, Sergio

Soli e Passi Tecnici, Volume 2

Casa Musicale Sonzogno – Milano

Crozzoli, Sergio

Soli e Passi Tecnici, Volume 3

Casa Musicale Sonzogno – Milano

Crozzoli, Sergio

Soli e Passi Tecnici, Volume 4

Casa Musicale Sonzogno – Milano

Crozzoli, Sergio

Soli e Passi Tecnici, Volume 5

Casa Musicale Sonzogno – Milano

deLancie, John

20th Century Orchestra Studies

G. Schirmer

de Vries, Han and Boustead, Alan

Essential Repertoire for Oboe

Universal Edition

Heinze, Walter

Bach Studies for Oboe, Volume 1

Breitkopf & Härtel

Heinze, Walter

Bach Studies for Oboe, Volume 2

Breitkopf & Härtel

Miller/Liebermann

Test Pieces for Orchestral Auditions: Oboe, English Horn and oboe D’Amore

Edition Peters

Rothwell, Evelyn

J. S. Bach Difficult Passages

Boosey & Hawkes

Rothwell, Evelyn

Difficult Passages for Oboe and Cor Anglais, Vol. 1

Boosey & Hawkes

Rothwell, Evelyn

Difficult Passages for Oboe and Cor Anglais, Vol. 2

Boosey & Hawkes

Rothwell, Evelyn

Difficult Passages for Oboe and Cor Anglais, Vol. 3

Boosey & Hawkes

DUOS

COMPOSER

WORK

PUBLISHER

Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann

Duo Sonata for a pair of instruments

Edition Musicus

Bach, W. F.

Six Duets for Two Flutes

International Music Company

Berger, Arthur

Duo for Oboe and Clarinet

Edition Peters

Bozza, Eugene

Contrastes II for Oboe and Bassoon

Alphonse Leduc

Hovhaness, Alan

Suite for Oboe and Bassoon

Edition Peters

Jacob, Gordon

Three Little Pieces for Oboe and Bassoon

Musica Rara

Jolivet, Andre

Sonatine for Oboe and Bassoon

Boosey & Hawkes

Vogel, Roger C.

Suite in G for Oboe and Bassoon

Tritone Press

Voxman, H. (ed.)

Selected Duets for Flute, Vol. 1

Rubank, Inc.

Voxman, H. (ed.)

Selected Duets for Saxophone, Vol. 2

Rubank, Hal Leonard

TRIOS

COMPOSER

WORK

PUBLISHER

Boismortier, Joseph Bodin De

Sonata in E minor for Flute (Oboe, Violin, Viola da gamba (bassoon, cello) and Continuo

Hortus Musicus

Cambini, Giuseppe

Trio, Opus 45, No. 6, for Flute, Oboe and Bassoon

Musica Rara

Cimarosa, Domenico

Concerto in G Major for Two Flutes (or Flute and Oboe) and Piano (ed. Louis Moyse)

Wilhelm Hansen

Fortner, Wolfgang

Serenade for Flute, Oboe and Bassoon

Schott

Françaix, Jean

Divertissement

Schott

Gribling-Haigh, Margaret

The Windrush Madrigals for Oboe, Clarinet and Piano

Jeanné, Inc.

Handel, G. F. (Clifton Williams, arr.)

Sonata for Oboe, Clarinet and Bassoon

Southern Music Company

Handel, George Friedrich

Suite from The Royal Fireworks Music for two Oboes and English horn (or bassoon), (arr. Alan Hawkins)

Bocal Music

Holst, Gustav

A Fugal Concerto for Flute and Oboe and String Orchestra (piano red.)

Novello Publishing Limited

Loeillet, Jean-Baptiste

Sonata for Flute, Oboe and Piano

International Music Company

Mozart, W. A.

Phantasie for Flute, Oboe and Piano (arr. Maximilian Schwedler)

Musikverlag Wilhelm Zimmermann

Multiple Composers (trans./arr. Leeuwen, Ary van and Andraud, Albert J.)

Eighteen Trios for Flute, Oboe and Clarinet or Two Flutes adn Clarinet

Southern Music Company

Handel, George Friedrich

Suite from The Royal Fireworks Music for two Oboes and English horn (or bassoon), (arr. Alan Hawkins)

Bocal Music

Ibert, Jacques

Aria for Flute, Violin and Piano

Alphonse Leduc

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (arr. Evelyn Rothwell)

Divertimento for Oboe (or Flue or B flat Clarinet) Bassoon (or Cello) and Piano

Birsj Nysujfirkag

Poulenc, Francis

Trio for Piano, Oboe and Bassoon

Wilhelm Hansen

Schickele, Peter

Diversions, for Oboe, B-flat Clarinet and Bassooon

Elkan-Vogel, Inc.

Still, William Grant

Miniatures for Flute Oboe and Piano

Oxford University Press

Telemann, Georg Philipp

Sonatina in E minor for Oboe, Violin and Basso Continuo

Hortus Musicus

Triebensee, Joseph

Variations on a theme by Haydn (Symphony No. 94)

Edition Kunzelmann

Villa-Lobos, Heitor

Trio for Oboe, Clarinet and Bassoon

International Music Company

Vivaldi, Antonio

Concerto in G minor, P.402, for Flute, Obe and Bassoon (Basso Continuo ad lib.)

Musica Rara

Vivaldi, Antonio

Concerto for Oboe, Bassoon and Piano

International Music Company

QUARTETS

COMPOSER

WORK

PUBLISHER

Alpher, David

Las Meninas: Variations for Oboe, Cello, Guitar and Piano

Brixton Publications

Bach, Johann Christian

Quartet in B flat major for oboe, Violin, Viola and Cello

Edition Kunzelmann

Britten, Benjamin

Phantasy Quartet for Oboe, Violin, Viola and Cello

Boosey & Hawkes

Françaix, Jean

Quatuor for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, and Bassoon

Schott

Harris, Arthur

Diversion for Woodwind Quartet

Rongwen Music, Inc.

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Oboe Quartet K 370 (w string parts)

Bärenreiter

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Oboe Quartet K 370 (w piano red. instead of strings)

Edition Peters

Raum, Elizabeth

Prairie Suite for Violin, Oboe, Cello and Piano

Self-published

Schickele, Peter

Seven Bagatelles for Woodwind Quartet (Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon)

Elkan-Vogel, Inc.

Stamitz, Karl

Quartet for Wind Instruments in E-flat Major, Op. 8, No. 2 (Oboe, Clarinet, Horn, Bassoon)

Verlag Thomi-Berg

WOODWIND QUINTETS

COMPOSER

WORK

PUBLISHER

Adler, Samuel

Intrada for Woodwind Quintet

Oxford University Press

Arnold, Malcolm

Three Shanties for Wind Quintet

Paterson’s Publications

Bach, Johann Christian (arr. Waln)

Classical Quintet

Nell A Kjos, Jr.

Carter, Elliott

Woodwind Quintet

Associated Music Publishers

Dahl, Ingolf

Allegro Arioso

Josef Marx Music Co.

Eylar, Leo

Variations for Woodwind Quintet

Self-Published

Friedman, Gary

The Pied Piper of Hamelin

Self Published

Holst, Gustav

Wind Quintet in A flat major

Joplin, Scott (trans. Frackenpohl)

Two Joplin Rags

Shawnee Press, Inc.

Milhaud, Darius

La Cheminée du Roi René

Southern Music Company

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (ed. Waln)

Divertimento, No. 14 in B flat K270

Neil A Kjos Music Company

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (arr. Carp)

Overture to The Magic Flute

Carp Music Inc.

Reicha, Anton

Quintet No. 16 in D major, Opus 99. No. 4

International Music Company

Schubert, Franz (arr. Schoenbach)

Shepherd Melody (Hirtenmelodien)

Theodore Presser Company

Weis, Flemming

Serenade Without Serious INtentions

Wilhelm Hansen

Wetzel, Richard D.

Sonatina On American Folk Themes

Southern Music Company

MISCELLANEOUS QUINTETS

COMPOSER

WORK

PUBLISHER

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Quintet in E flat major for Piano, Oboe, Clarinet, Horn and Bassoon

Bärenreiter

Stravinsky, Igor

Pastorale arranged for Violin and Oboe, English Horn, Clarinet and Bassoon

Schott

WOODWIND OCTETS

COMPOSER

WORK

PUBLISHER

Jacob, Gordon

Divertimento in E flat

Musica Rara

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Divertimento in E flat major, KV App. 182

C. F. Peters

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Serenade No. 11 in E flat, K 375

Musica Rara

CHAMBER MUSIC COMPILATIONS

ARRANGER/EDITOR

TITLE

PUBLISHER

McCarty, Evelyn

Oboe Duets And Trios, Volume Two

Southern Music Company

Voxman, H.

Chamber Music for Three Flutes

Rubank, Inc.

OBOE OR ENGLISH HORN AND VOICE

COMPOSER

WORK

PUBLISHER

Bach, Johann Sebastian

Complete Arias & Sinfonias from the Cantatas, Masses & Oratorios, Vol. 10, for Bass, Oboe/Oboe D’Amore, English Horn and Basso Continuo/Piano

Musica Rara

COMPLETE PARTS

COMPOSER

WORK(S)

PUBLISHER

Multiple Composers (Beethoven, Berlioz, Mendelssohn, Schubert, Weber, Rossini, Aubert, Bellini, Cherubini, and Donizetti)

The Orchestra Musician’s CD-ROM Library, Vol. 1 (Full parts: Oboe 1, 2, EH)

CD Sheet Music, LLC

Multiple Composers (Debussy, Mahler, Bizet, Grieg, Saint-Saëns, Fauré, Bruch, Busoni, and Reger)

The Orchestra Musician’s CD-ROM Library, Vol. 2 (Full parts: Oboe 1, 2 EH)

CD Sheet Music, LLC

Multiple Composers (Brahms, Schumann, Franck, Liszt, Chabier, Chausson, Chopin, Lalo, Offenbach, Sarasate, and Suppé)

The Orchestra Musician’s CD-ROM Library, Vol. 3 (Full parts: Oboe 1, 2, EH)

CD Sheet Music, LLC

Multiple Composers (Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky, Glinka)

The Orchestra Musician’s CD-ROM Library, Vol. 4 (Full parts: Oboe 1, 2, EH)

CD Sheet Music, LLC

Multiple Composers (Borodin, Dvorak, Rimsky-Korsakov, Scriabin, Smetana)

The Orchestra Musician’s CD-ROM Library, Vol. 5 (Full parts: Oboe 1, 2, EH)

CD Sheet Music, LLC

Multiple Composers (Mozart, Haydn)

The Orchestra Musician’s CD-ROM Library, Vol. 6 (Full parts: Oboe 1, 2, EH)

CD Sheet Music, LLC

Brahms, Johannes

Symphonies 1-4, Piano Concerti 1 & 2, Oboe 1

Kalmus

Gounod, Charles

Margarete (Faust), Oboe 1

Kalmus

Massenet, Jules

Manon, Oboe 1 & 2

Kalmus

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Cosi Fan Tutte, Oboe 1

Kalmus

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

The Magic Flute, Oboe 1

Kalmus

Puccini, Giacomo

La Boheme, Oboe 1

Kalmus

Puccini, Giacomo

Madama Butterfly, reduced orchestra version, Oboe 1

Kalmus

Puccini, Giacomo

Madama Butterfly, Oboe 1

Kalmus

Rossini, G.

La Cenerentola Oboe 1

Kalmus

Verdi, Giuseppe

Aida, Oboe 1 and 2

Kalmus

Verdi, Giuseppe

Falstaff, Oboe 1

Kalmus

Verdi, Giuseppe

Il Trovatore, Oboe 1

Kalmus

Wagner, Richard

The Flying Dutchman, Oboe 1

Kalmus

CHRISTMAS MUSIC

COMPOSER/ARRANGER/EDITOR

TITLE OF BOOK/WORK

PUBLISHER

Field, Cory, arr.

The Christmas Carol Book, 30 popular Carols for 1 or 2 Alto Recorders

Helicon Music Corporation

Hawkins, Alan, arr.

31 Christmas Carols for Woodwind Trio (3 sets: 3 Flutes, 2 Oboes and English horn, 3 Bassoons

Bocal Music

Ratcliff, Cary

Variations on a French Noel for Oboe, Bassoon and Piano

Self-published

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