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#beginquote# #beginquote# Only an Oboe fanatic would think the oboe has a better sound than clarinet. I don't play either one so I'm pretty objective about it. The clarinet has a MUCH mellower tone quality than the nasal sounding Oboe. "What's the best way to get 2 oboe to play the same note?" Shoot one! "What's an Oboe good for?" Setting a Bassoon on fire. #endquote# Very funny. Oboe and bassoon players are more likely to get scholarships because less people play them. I'm in a fairly large band program at my school, and there are at least 40 clarinet players, if not more. There are 4 or 5 oboe players, and there are 5 bassoon players. You do the math. #endquote#
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