hautboy


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In the elaborate centrepiece a girl with a mandolin, a man with bagpipes, another with a hautboy, a dancing girl and cupids complete the arabesque.
A Collection of the Most Celebrated Irish Tunes Properfor the Violin; German Mae or Hautboy (Bradtke), 268-70
The eloquent oboe: a history of the hautboy 1640-1760.
His voice had been likened to an oboe, the Elizabethan hautboy.
Hautboy, a five-piece band who are happy to quote such influences as David Bowie, The Stone Roses, Radiohead, Love, Kula Shaker and the Kinks, are tomorrow night's attraction at Coventry's Hand & Heart.
For example, in the second stanza of 'A Sweet Country Life', 'No fiddle, no flute, no hautboy, or spinet / In nothing can compare with the lark or the linnet' becomes 'No fiddle, no flute, no hautboy, or spinet / Can ever compare with the lark or the linnet.
His other two books, The Eloquent Oboe: A History of the Hautboy, 1640-1760 (New York: Oxford University Press, 2001), and History of Performing Pitch: The Story of "A" (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2002), firmly established Haynes's credentials as a performer/ scholar with the experience, perspective, and authority to assess where we have been, where we are now, and to suggest where to go from here.
The second facsimile edition of A Collection of the Most Celebrated Irish Tunes Proper for the Violin, German Flute or Hautboy is expanded with illustrations and further introductory matter, notes, and song texts where applicable.
Lebrun's concertos provide the most de tailed record of the capacities of the classical hautboy.
Violin, Hautboy, German and Common Flutes, Bassoon, French Horn, Tenor, and Bass Violin, if desired.
Wainwright, "Introduction: From 'Renaissance' to 'Baroque'"; Bruce Haynes, "Baptiste's Hautbois: The Metamorphosis from Shawm to Hautboy in France, 1620-1670"; Marc Ecochard, "A Commentary on the Letter by Michel de la Barre Concerning the History of Musettes and Hautboys"; Jan Bouterse, "The Woodwind Instruments of Richard Haka (1645/6-1705)"; Graham Lyndon-Jones, "Basstals or Curtoons: The Search for a Transitional Fagott"; Anthony Rowland-Jones, "The Iconographic Background to the Seventeenth-Century Recorder"; Nancy Hadden, "The Renaissance Flute in the Seventeenth Century"; Mary Oleskiewicz, "The Flute at Dresden: Ramifications for Eighteenth-Century Woodwind Performance in Germany"; Peter Trevelyan, "How Did Seventeenth-Century English Violins Really Sound?