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The Eloquent OboeA History of the Hautboy from 1640 to 1760$

Bruce Haynes

Print publication date: 2007

Print ISBN-13: 9780195337259

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195337259.001.0001

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(p.482) Appendix 7 Examples of independent C#IS

(p.482) Appendix 7 Examples of independent C#IS

The Eloquent Oboe
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The following list of c#is not doubled by other instruments is not meant to be complete but merely representative:

1688. Philidor, Manage de la grosse Cathos, ‘Entree des filles de la nopce’, Taille de haut-bois, final of first half.

1690. Collasse, Ènée et Lavinie, aria ‘Chere ombre’ (Act Y, Sc. ii, p. 209), bar 4, Taille de hautbois.

1700. Freillon-Poncein, preludes. Three cflis as well as cb1.

1735. Rameau, Les Indes galantes, trio for hautboys and bassoon, in second hautboy. (Geoffrey Burgess, pers. comm.)

Dreyer, Sonata 4, next-to-last note.

Sammartini, Rochester Sonata 5/3 (cb1 appeared in the first and second movements).

Stölzel, quartets with horn and violin, no. 4, second movement, bars 39, 47.

Sher, solo sonata in F.

There are later examples, such as Gassmann’s Quartetto (H.483/II) and the Prover Sonatas of c.1767.