Performances and teaching materials coming soon for the following pieces:

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (arr. Althea Talbot-Howard): The Deep River Sonata 

Ruth Gipps: The Piper of Dreams

Kathy Henkel: Highland Fantasy

Ulysses Kay: Prelude (originally for solo flute)

Dorothy Rudd Moore: Baroque Suite (originally for solo cello)

Florence Price: Adoration (for organ)

Florence Price: The Deserted Garden (for violin and piano)

Florence Price: Sunset (voice and piano)

Germaine Tailleferre: Berceuse (originally for violin and piano)

Germaine Tailleferre: Pastorale (originally for violin and piano)

Earnest Simms: Sonata for Oboe (1947) (the first known sonata by a Black American composer)

Marcelle Soulage: Pastorale, Op. 15 for oboe and harp (or piano)

William Grant Still: Three Songs--Bayou Home, If You Should Go, Song for the Lonely

Jacqueline Wilson: Xitway for solo oboe (2022)

Duo/Trio Chamber Music 

Connor Chee: Trio for Oboe, Bassoon, Piano* 

Daniel Cueto: Encuentros for Oboe and Bassoon* 


Meanwhile, here are some examples of great oboe performers in an array of styles:

Euridice Alvarez

New works by Latin American composers

Yousef Lateef

An incredible jazz oboist.

Francois Leleux

One of the most respected classical oboe players from the French playing tradition.  His technique and creative musical ideas are unsurpassed.

Katherine Needleman

An American oboist who performs with the Baltimore Symphony and is one of the foremost musicians promoting music by traditionally excluded performers. She has a LOT of solo and chamber repertoire on Youtube where she is also accompanying herself on oboe.

Celine Moinet 

A French oboist performing Clara Schumann’s Three Romances

Marcel Tabuteau

The “grandfather” of American oboe playing and pedagogy.

Young players can sound great!  Here’s a lovely example of 2 oboists performing a double concerto by Albinoni.

Oboe can rock!  Here’s a cover of “Smells Like Teen Spirit” for oboe and guitar

“Bohemian Rhapsody” by 5 oboes/english horn students in Weimar Germany.