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#beginquote# #beginquote# you can not compare clarinet and oboe. clarinet has much nicer sound, and the most imortant IT'S A SOLO INSTRUMENT which oboe isn't. even Mozart composed solo piece for clarinet! who will listen or compose concerto for oboe?:))))) #endquote# Do you even know what an oboe is? And it depends how much time a person's willing to devote as to which will sound better. As an occassional instrument, which isn't going to be practised and barely played, it's far easier to get a decent sound out of a clarinet. But at pro level, the oboe's a beautiful instrument which is unequaled in tone by anything else. #endquote#
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