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o·boe

 (ō′bō)
n.
1. A slender woodwind instrument with a conical bore and a double-reed mouthpiece, having a range of three octaves and a penetrating, poignant sound.
2. A reed stop in an organ that produces a sound similar to that of the oboe.

[Italian, from French hautbois; see hautboy.]

o′bo·ist n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.oboist - a musician who plays the oboeoboist - a musician who plays the oboe  
instrumentalist, musician, player - someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession)
Translations
عازِف على المِزْمار
oboist
oboás
óbóleikari
hobojista
obua çalan kimse

oboist

[ˈəʊbəʊɪst] Noboe mf

oboist

[ˈəʊbəʊɪst] nhautboïste mf

oboist

nOboist(in) m(f)

oboist

[ˈəʊbəʊɪst] noboista m/f

oboe

(ˈəubəu) noun
a type of high-pitched woodwind musical instrument.
ˈoboist noun
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Allan Vogel, principal oboist of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra and the Oregon Bach Festival, will give a free master class for UO students and the general public in collaboration with the local group, Chamber Music Amici.
Jonathan Small , the RLPO's principal oboist, will perform the new Oboe Quintet, playing alongside the Brodsky Quartet at the concert in the splendid surroundings of the St George's Hall Concert Room.
The album takes the form of a recital by the superlative Czech oboist Vilem Veverka and includes pieces that came into being between 1954 and 1986, all of them written to commission from or directly for specific performers.
Performers will include pianists Malcolm Halliday and Olga Rogach, oboist Joseph Halko, flutist Tracy Klaus, tenor Stanley Wilson and soprano Monica Hatch.
SOPRANO Rachel Mosley and oboist Lisa Osborne will be playing an afternoon concert in Kirklees.
Principal oboist Murray Johnston, 63, was sacked in 2008 by the Welsh National Opera, who said his playing was below standard.
This compendium of oboist Robert Bloom's life and pedagogy provides an interesting glimpse into American music-making in the twentieth century as it tells the story of Bloom's career as a noted performer, creative composer, and teacher who influenced scores of oboists.
The book also offers a narrative describing how cellist Catharina Caldwell and her husband, oboist James Boone Caldwell, found, restored, and used each of the pieces in the collection.
In most classical music performances, the oboist doesn't wander into the strings section and start playing that part, nor does he wrest a violin away and attempt to solo.
Jenkins' pedigree as a creator and performer of music harks all the way back to his origins as an oboist with the National Youth Orchestra of Wales and then through several metamorphoses taking in contemporary jazz and a career with Soft Machine, one of the very few groups from the golden age of progressive music who simply defy categorisation.
OBOIST and conductor Nicholas Daniel has been named as this year's recipient of the Queen's Medal for Music, Buckingham Palace has announced.