Selected from The Vocalises of Marco Bordogni. Composed by Giovanni Marco Bordogni (1789-1856). Edited by Larry Clark Sean O'Loughlin. Arranged by Sean O'Loughlin Larry Clark. SWS. The Melodious Etudes for Oboe are based on the vocalises of Marco Bordogni. These vocalises are considered to be among the most musically appealing studies in the vocal repertoire. They have been carefully transcribed and arranged to be suitable for use i. Softcover. With Standard notation. 80 pages. Carl Fischer #WF49. Published by Carl Fischer (CF.WF49).
Item Number: CF.WF49
ISBN 9780825859861. 9 x 12 inches.
The Melodious Etudes for Oboe are based on the vocalises of Marco Bordogni. These vocalises are considered to be some of the most musically appealing in the vocal repertoire. Brass players are already familiar with these etudes through their use as a staple in the study repertoire of the trombone. It is often referred to as the Rochut book. This compilation of fifty-four etudes is taken from the best of the Bordogni vocalises. It has been carefully selected to fit the idiosyncrasies of the oboe and is presented in a pedagogical sequence from easiest keys and rhythms to the more difficult. This collection is certain to become standard teaching material to improve the musicianship of oboe players the world over.