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Synonyms for hautbois

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Les quelques hautbois servent des gens de la noblesse ou qui y aspirent comme M.
Doux comme les hautbois, verts comme les prairies": sweet perfumes involves an insignificant downward transfer, between two related senses; sweet sounds of oboe involves an upward transfer, whereas the perfumes described in terms of the sounds of the oboe and in terms of the greenness of the prairies are downward transfers of the most prominent kind.
Papers on winds concern metamorphosis of hautbois (oboe) from shawm, by Bruce Haynes and by Marc Ecochard; development of the fagott (bassoon), by Graham Lyndon-Jones; cultural meanings of recorders in iconography, by Anthony Rowland-Jones; uses of Renaissance-type flutes, by Nancy Hadden; uses of Baroque-type flutes at Dresden, by Mary Oleskiewicz; and characteristics of woodwinds by Richard Haka (1645/6-1705), by Jan Bouterse.
In a letter, which appeared in the September 8, 1846, issue of the Daily Picayune, Pardon Jones's volunteers in the Dead Cow Brook Company of twenty men also form a band, consisting only of woodwind instruments--nineteen clarinets and an oboe (which, for the latter, Jones, in fracturing the French word hautbois, humorously and erroneously renders as "ho-boy")--the latter played by the love-struck fool, Captain Potter.
The Arbeau Dancers will be entertaining visitors with displays of traditional Elizabethan dance accompanied by historical music duo, Hautbois.
The event includes a musical duo - Hautbois, dressed as a Benedictine monk and nun, will sing early monastic chants - and a falconry demonstration.
It was really curious to see, as well as to hear every party of this excellent concert, performed by female violins, hautbois, tenors, basses, harpsichords, french-horns, and even double bases.
Hewitt, of the 48th, was credited with being skilled in fife, clarinet, hautbois (oboe), trombone, trumpet and fiddle.
Given that different instruments are often collapsed on to the same staves (a single staff may be labelled `Flutes 1, Hautbois 1, et Violons 1', or `Bassons, Basses, et Basse continue'), it becomes necessary to introduce verbal cues in the score to indicate the many changes in instrumentation.
Font exception deux des natthe'mi du pantheon, la Dame des Eaux Courantes et l'Infante du Hautbois, qui ne dependent d'aucun naq pour leurs manifestations et s'incarnent par le truchement de specialistes des deux sexes qui sont consideres comme leurs fils ou filles.
Cet ensemble, une trentaine de musiciens au violon, alto, violoncelle, flute, hautbois, clarinette, basson, double basse, cor, trompette, trombone et timbale, represente le symbole de cette grande ecole musicale.
3, whose solo part bears the legend "violon, flute allemande ou hautbois," the concertos are orchestrated for solo violin, strings, and continuo.
Musical duo Hautbois will play popular songs from 1913 and female rapper dance team Star and Shadow will perform the traditional pitman's sword dance.
de 2 Violons, Alto et Basso, deux Hautbois, deux Cors et deux Bassons op.
2010), Gammon and Fear (2010), Gimenez and Prior (2003), Hagen and Vabo (2005), Hautbois et al.