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The John Williams Oboe Concerto

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    Delmar Williams
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    http://www.boosey.com/pages/shop/composer/titles.asp?author=Williams,%20John&pt=&site-lang=

    An oboist friend heard the new Williams Oboe Concerto which I just posted on the forum, and would like to work on it. I don’t see it posted at the above link, but I don’t see “Five Sacred Trees” there either. Might the solo oboe part be posted somewhere else? What about the “Five Sacred Trees.” Where might that be found? Would it be rental only?

    Thanks,

    Dlemar

    #115028
    Shawn
    Participant

    A friend had sent me the link of Kesuke (?) playing it but when I went to listen, it had been removed. I too would love to hear it and see it. Cannot seem to find it.

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    Trevor Cramer
    Participant

    The Five Sacred Trees is available for purchase (Bsn/Pn) from all music dealers. I know TrevCo-Varner keeps plenty on stock at all times. Williams’ The Days Between for Ob/Pn is also available for purchase but I do not see the Oboe Concerto listed yet. I am presuming this too will eventually be available soon. Orchestra sets for both are rental only.

    #115030
    Delmar Williams
    Participant

    Here is the audio of the John Williams Oboe Concerto piano reduction:
    http://www.jwfan.com/?p=2168

    Keisuke Wakao, the Assistant Principal Oboist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra joins Cathy Fuller in the Fraser Performance Studio, with pianist Edmund Arkus and cellist Natasha Brofsky. On the program: Beethoven – Trio, Op. 38 from Septet Op. 20 – John Williams – Oboe Concerto, arranged by the composer for oboe and piano (world broadcast premiere) – Andre Gagnon – Tomorrow – John Williams – Flying Theme from E.T.

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