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#beginquote# I think oboe, people say clarinet is the solo instrument, that is such a lie, people must make money so they compose for clarinet only a small amount of clarinet music is decent, But any of the oboe music is much more beautiful. You can have the expressiveness of a violin without the rosin,!!!!!!!!! Trust me I play clarinet, oboe and violin and oboe so is the best. Plus with oboe you can play oboe d'amore, or cor anglais (also referred to as english horn) with very little effort and these all play with a unique timbre and style. Even if you do decide clarinet you will still need a teacher. #endquote#
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