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There are many oboe method books to choose from - some may be encouraged and/or supplied by the school music program. If studying with me, we will use our own method books that I have selected to specifically target the difficulties of the oboe.

While a student in my studio, we will use the following method books depending on your level:

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Barrett Oboe Method Book, edited by Martin Schuring

Ferling Studies, edited by Martin Schuring

Vade-Mecum of the Oboist

Gekeler Method for Oboe, Book 1

Gekeler Method for Oboe, Book 2

Oboe Solos

We won't always stay in a method book. Depending on the level of the student, and as we progress in our studies together, we will venture into oboe repertoire. Some of my favorites to study with my students are:

Brandon, Jenni - Three Desert Fables for Solo Oboe

Britten, Benjamin - Six Metamorphoses After Ovid (for Solo Oboe), Op. 49

Cimarosa, Domenico - Concerto for Oboe and Orchestra

Handel, George Frideric - Four Sonatas

Jacob, Gordon - Seven Bagatelles

Marcello, Benedetto - Concerto in C Minor

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus - Oboe Concerto in C Major, K. 314

Nielsen, Carl - Fantasy Pieces, Op. 2

Still, William Grant - Incantation and Dance

Telemann, Georg Philipp - Sonata in A Minor

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