Celebres Solos de Concours No. 1 Op. 33 - Oboe and Piano

Catalog: AL20316

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Solo for oboe and piano.  Includes piano score and separate solo part for oboe.

French oboist, organist, teacher and composer, Charles Colin (1832-1881) studied at the Paris Conservatoire where he won many prizes. Colin then went on to lead a successful musical career and his wealth of experience led to the composition of his Celebres Solos de Concour (Famous Solos for Competitions), which remain highly regarded to this day. Significantly, the entire compilation of solos was performed 1983 by oboe students at the University of Washington. This first solo, Colin's Opus 33 is challenging for the advanced oboist. The work addresses many technicalities, including complex rhythms, a range of articulation, variations in performance directions, dynamics and time signatures, ornamentation and wide range, among other aspects.

Publisher: Alphonse Leduc
Composer/Author: Colin, Charles
Arranger/Editor: Bajeux, Pierre
Catalog Number: AL20316