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vibrato    10:03 on Wednesday, June 06, 2007 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

nadav223
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in other vibrato posts they say to "ha!" or to pulse (diaphram vibrato) can you explain it in another way, and how do you know if your doing the right thing?

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Re: vibrato    09:11 on Thursday, June 28, 2007 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

lionheart3104
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vibrato on the oboe is very similar to vibrato of the voice. If you can produce it while singing, try to apply the same idea to your oboe playing.

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Re: vibrato    14:26 on Sunday, July 01, 2007 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

Flute_Manic021
(14 points)

There is an easy way to tell if you are doing a true vibrato or not. When using your diaphram, your lower stomach should expand. Also, when doing vibrato on oboe, make sure you are vibrating your airstream not lips.

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Re: vibrato    14:07 on Tuesday, August 14, 2007 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

Leoml88
(77 points)

vibrato actually comes from the throat more than the diaphragm. the diaphragm is good for support, but in order to get a faster, more brilliant vibrato, you really need to learn to use your throat.

My professor taught me a good exercise to learn to use your throat. Whistle "Yankee Doodle," but very fast, and very staccato. You should here a sort of sound in your throat, and feel your throat pulsing. Its a good way to understand the concept of throat vibrato

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Re: vibrato    11:18 on Friday, August 24, 2007 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

oboistfrk
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check out Martin Schuring's site:

http://www.public.asu.edu/~schuring/Oboe/oboeinfo.html

This site has lots of excellent articles on the oboe and different aspects of playing.

   

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