Oboe

oboe

Kèn Oboe [âu bâu] hay tiếng Việt gọi là Ô boa đúng như tên tiếng Pháp của cây kèn là Hautbois. Thật vậy, ý nghĩa của tên gọi này là sự lắp ghép của 2 từ  tiếng Pháp: từ Haut có nghĩa là cao và từ Bois có nghĩa là gỗ, ta được nghĩa là kèn gỗ có âm thanh cao.

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Images by M.K.Ciurlionis. Slideshow by John Aalto.

Uploaded by on Feb 21, 2010

An absolutely beautiful oboe and harp performance! I asked Bert if I could do a slideshow to his music and he generously said go to it. Enjoy!
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“Beau Soir”
song by Claude Debussy
poem by Paul Bourget

When streams turn pink in the setting sun,
And a slight shudder rushes through the wheat fields,
A plea for happiness seems to rise out of all things
And it climbs up towards the troubled heart.
A plea to relish the charm of life
While there is youth and the evening is fair,
For we pass away, as the wave passes:
The wave to the sea, we to the grave.
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From “Claude Debussy: Music for Oboe and Harp: Humbert Lucarelli, Susan Jolles”.

Humbert Lucarelli – Oboe

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Susan Jolles – Harp

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Humbert Lucarelli on iTunes:
http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/hum

Susan Jolles on iTunes:
http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/sus

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