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...THE DOUBLE REED JOURNAL OF THE
International Double Reed Society

“The Embryonic Oboist...is a very easy-to-use, quite handsome spiral bound format this handy guide belongs in the studio or music room of every band and orchestra director who has the pleasure and the serious responsibility of guiding beginning oboe students. Libraries of schools with music education program will want to add this book to their collections. As the author is quick to reiterate, while nothing can take the place of study with a fine oboist-teacher, this book can certainly provide a lot of advice and encouragement for both the student and teacher until such an ideal situation becomes possible.”

“...a most pragmatic instruction book for the beginning oboe student.”
     Dr. William P. Foster
     Eminent Scholar,
     Department of Music, Chairman Emeritus
     Florida A & M University

 

“..one of the very best books of its kind that I have seen. Every oboe player in high school or college should have this book in their library..”

     Dr. John M. Long
     Past President, American Bandmasters Association
     Distinguished Professor of Music and
     Director of Bands Emeritus, Troy State University

 

 “The author has combined his knowledge of performance with his knowledge and
ability to teach oboe students of all age and ability levels. The book is well-organized, and the examples used in the book are excellent choices.”

     Victor W. Zajec
     Director of Bands Emeritus, VanderCook College of Music
     Secretary of the Mid-West Band and Orchestra Clinic

 

“...your oboe book is terrific. It offers information not typically offered to beginning students. The illustrations are very clear. We will gladly add this to our library at Eastman.”

     Dr. Richard G. Grunow
     Professor of Music Education, Eastman School of Music

 

 “The material and pedagogy suggested in this reference will be of practical value to the aspiring oboist. More importantly, it is a resource that the teacher can effectively use as problems are encountered and direction is needed.”

     Dr. James Croft, Director of Bands
     Florida State University

 

 “THE EMBRYONIC OBOIST: AN ILLUSTRATED GUIDE FOR BEGINNING OBOIST is a much needed and practical guide for the young oboist with or without an oboe teacher…   William T. Robinson, III, is a dedicated music educator.”

Earnest Harrison
Formerly Principal Oboist of the
National Symphony, Washington, D. C.
Professor Emeritus of the Louisiana State University
Honorary Member, International Double Reed Society


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