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Sellner, Joseph: Studies for Oboe

Selected and edited by Pongrácz Péter
Instrument: Oboe
Seria: Music Lesson - Exercises, Studies
Rodzaj: Studies
Język: Hungarian, English, German
Zasięg: 36 stron
Format: Bach (23 x 30,2 cm)
Weight: 132 g
Pierwsze wydanie: Listopada 1981
Wydawca: Editio Musica Budapest
Numer katalogowy: 12002
ISMN: 9790080120026
'Joseph Sellner (1787-1843) was a famous oboe player of his time” In 1825 Sellner published an oboe tutor in three volumes entitled Theoretisch-Praktische Oboen-Schule. Irrespective of the fact that the instrument has undergone considerable changes and improvements since his time, the majority of Sellner's work has still retained its usefulness to this day. His studies provide valuable help for achieving smooth technique and tone-colour, especially at the level of beginners. The obsolete two-part exercises and interval studies written for the instrument of his time have been omitted in this volume. The studies have been arranged here, as opposed to the original sequence, according to the increasing order of key signatures.' Péter Pongrácz