oboe or no oboe

    
oboe or no oboe    19:19 on Thursday, February 2, 2012          

roseellenb19
(2 points)
Posted by roseellenb19

I have been playing the flute for a year and its fine... but boring. I wanna okay the oboe but my mom just finished paying off for my flute lessons!!!! Help!!!!!


Re: oboe or no oboe    19:36 on Wednesday, February 8, 2012          

Swily_Staff
(20 points)
Posted by Swily_Staff

When I switched to oboe from the flute a few years back I was really excited.I like playing the flute but It just wasnt that much fun.I feel bad when i go through expensive band camps just to switch the instrument but im glad I did now it wont be money wasted.When the local orchestra came to my school and I saw and learned about the oboe I knew I wanted to play it.Be warned though.Switching to reed can be a little difficult especially because the oboe is a double reed instrument.It takes practice but I think it was worth switching.It is generally more challenging to learn than other instruments but if you really really want to play it,that fact shouldnt bother you.


Re: oboe or no oboe    01:10 on Thursday, February 9, 2012          

Trombi
(67 points)
Posted by Trombi

I also switched from flute to oboe (actually from singing to flute and then to the oboe), but I still play flute sometimes. Plying the oboe is amazing but it is absolute necessary to have an oboe-teacher the first years, I guess that it is more important with a teacher for the oboe than for any other instrument.


Re: oboe or no oboe    13:27 on Saturday, February 18, 2012          

roseellenb19
(2 points)
Posted by roseellenb19

i understand what your saying but how do i tell my mom tht i want to switch? cuz, the flute just doesnt fit me


   




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