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Boosey & Hawkes

The Oboe Concerto, is an exemplary instance of the Classical wind concerto; melodic lines are finely contoured, and the full range of technical possibilities then available are richly exploited. Particularly attractive are the slow movement and finale, in which the oboe's songful capabilities and bravura potential are the features which come most powerfully to the fore. The work is thought to date from the first decade of the nineteenth century.

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