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Time Pieces for Oboe, Volume 2 Music through the Ages in 2 Volumes by

Time Pieces for Oboe, Volume 2 Music through the Ages in 2 Volumes

Part of the Time Pieces (ABRSM) Series


Time Pieces for Oboe, Volume 2 Music through the Ages in 2 Volumes by

A two-volume anthology presenting attractive repertoire for oboe and piano from the sixteenth century to the present day. Each volume presents the pieces in chronological order and prints the year in which they were written giving a feel of different styles of music through time. Includes a wide range of material from Bach to Beizai and from Handel to Hindemith.


Remarkable value. * Music Teacher *

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Publication date

4th February 1999


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Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music


Sheet music
44 pages


Wind instruments
Musical scores, lyrics & libretti



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