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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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Also performing in the performance are oboist Greg Steinke, Latin Grammy winner Yalil Guerra, Andrew Robinson, Joshua Hey and Tomas Svoboda.
Dickinson, a music therapist, supervisor, oboist, and lecturer in the UK, and Hakvoort, a music therapist, neurologic music therapy fellow, and lecturer who has worked in forensic psychiatry in the Netherlands, offer two treatment manuals on the use of cognitive analytic music therapy and music therapy anger management in the treatment of forensic patients in prisons, penitentiaries, and hospitals.
The Windsor Symphony Orchestra Woodwind Quintet features clarinetist Trevor Pittman and oboist Faith Scholfield of the School of Creative Arts, as well as flutist Jean-Franois Rompr, bassoonist Julie Shier, and hornist Bernadette Berthelotte.
So said Sir Simon Rattle in a message conveyed to this memorial concert given in tribute to Karen O'Connor, the immensely popular CBSO oboist who passed away earlier this year at the age of 60 after a battle with cancer.
Chloe told TV Now magazine she "went through a lot" with her oboist dad but they have grown close over their love of performing.
Starring Gael Garcia Bernal, Lola Kirke and Saffron Burrows, it's based on oboist Blair Tindall's real-life career playing for the New York Philharmonic and with orchestras on Broadway.
The oboist Vilem Veverka can no longer be referred to as merely a young and extraordinarily gifted musician (he is also a photographer and mountaineer).
It must be noted that oboist Peter Christ, founder of the Westwood Wind Quintet and president of Crystal Records, might be a bit past his prime as an oboist.
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.
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.
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.