Welcome, oboist, to your 2021 yearly assessment hosted by Studio Jeanine Krause. Follow this link to start your own accountability worksheet. https://forms.gle/tTvG1mBymvm5iY6U7 Please set aside 15-30 minutes to answer these questions in as much detail as possible. This form is particularly useful for professionals and advanced players (please leave yourself plenty of time to be […]
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Enrollment, Encouragement, Awareness, Companionship and Empathy What is the single most important characteristic you need and desire in an oboe reed? For me a reed must have the proper opening and tension. From the moment I fold the cane, I am already exploring ways to encourage the reed to cooperate with its opening and tension. […]
Hans Hermann Ziel : As luck would have it I called Hans Hermann Ziel at his home in Brazil in the Fall of 2019 with the happy purpose of informing him that he was the lucky winner of the raffle he entered by filling out a survey I had conducted to collect information about […]
A recurring theme these days seems to be “attack”. Strangely, this topic is appearing both within our oboe reed making community and in world events.
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Imagine feeling 100 % confident that you are using the right “set up” for your particular type of oboe. Wouldn’t knowing you have the perfect combination of oboe, staple, shape and scrape feel like wholeness and completion, both at peace and also poised for agility and expression?
LSM Alumni Reflecting in Gratitude Vol. 7 April 2020 WE GET TO DECIDE! Corona threatens to silence us. What’s next? Does it make sense to keep on going? I am an oboist. Like me, most of you are not standalone players. You need your ensemble, your band, your orchestra, your choir. I don’t know what the […]
About Symphonie des Dragons
Symphonie des Dragons explores the repertoire of the great wind bands of Versailles and brings together many of the finest wind players. The exciting programs trace the civilizing influence of the oboe band on military and ceremonial music between 1680 and 1720. A full complement of oboes and bassoons—with doubling on recorders—rounded out by guitar and percussion makes this an ensemble of seldom heard color and timbre.
Symphonie des Dragons
c/o Jeanine Krause
D-65719 Hofheim am Taunus
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