MrMusicTeacher
  aka Gordon Lazarus

"And Now... For Your Listening Pleasure"
Few Selections to Enjoy
The world of music is so vast and diverse that there is truly something for everyone. From Baroque to Modern, Classical to Popular, Jazz to Rock - it's amazing the playing, performing, and listening choices available. For myself, although I enjoy a variety of music types and styles, I confess a warm affinity to the "classics". So sit back and enjoy a few classical selections randomly chosen from the "music vault".

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"Oboe Rules..."
Abinoni
Concerto for 2 Oboes in F Major,
Op. 9 No. 3-1. Allegro.
Advent Chamber Orchestra, with Humbert Lucarelli, Edino Biaggi, oboes.   
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Cambini
Trois quintetti concertans, No. 1, Movement I: Allegro maestoso.

F. Skowronek (flute), L. Storch (oboe), W. McColl (clarinet), C. Leuba (horn), and A. Grossman (bassoon).

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Mozart
Quartet K. 370 for oboe and strings
New England Conservatory. Fredric T Cohen, oboe.


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Pasculli
Gran Concerto on themes from Verdi's
I Vespri Siciliani
Alex Klein, oboe and Lisa Bergman, piano

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Reicha
Wind Quintet Op. 100 No. 4 in E Minor: Adagio - Allegro.

The Soni Ventorum Wind Quintet

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