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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.
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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)
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Translations
عازِف على المِزْمار
oboist
oboás
óbóleikari
hobojista
obua çalan kimse

oboist

[ˈəʊbəʊɪst] Noboe mf
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oboist

[ˈəʊbəʊɪst] nhautboïste mf
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oboist

nOboist(in) m(f)
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oboist

[ˈəʊbəʊɪst] noboista m/f
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

oboe

(ˈəubəu) noun
a type of high-pitched woodwind musical instrument.
ˈoboist noun
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Join oboist Ethan Carter, cellist Faith Carter, soprano Catriona Arthur, pianist Mia Hashimoto, cellist Will Archibald, percussionist Callum Walton, David McDonald on accordion, Eleanor Tofield on french horn and members of the DGYO quartet.
Oboist Dan Bates said: "Iain decided to write a piece that captured the joy and energy of sunshine in the city".
She was an accomplished oboist, pianist and a dedicated piano teacher to countless youth.
Kraus's principal source of information was her late husband Felix Kraus (1930-2006), oboist in the Cleveland Orchestra for seven years during Szell's tenure.
Anna was 15 when she joined Sage Gateshead's youth orchestra and after only a year on the programme, she became principal oboist, travelling to Sweden and Milan to perform with Young Sinfonia.
0121 446 3232 MUSIC Commuter Concerts A chance to escape the traffic with an hour or so of glorious music as Frenchborn oboist Olivier Stankiewicz launches a brand new series of Thursday concerts.
As well as the pieces being performed, Radio Amore also brings together musicians from Italy and Britain, and features performances from Italian oboist Michele Batani alongside British musicians, the Mavron String Quartet and bassist Ashley-John Long.
COMMUTER CONCERTS Thursday, November 1, 6pm, Recital Hall A chance to escape the traffic with an hour or so of glorious music as French-born oboist Olivier Stankiewicz launches a brand new series of Thursday concerts.
Of these, the most often mentioned are those made on modern instruments by Swiss oboist and composer Heinz Holliger in the 1970s and 1990s.
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.