For Kirke it was being paid to pretend to play the oboe that heightened her affair with classical music.
He also had lessons in the vestry room of the Octagon Chapel; and he acquired some skill upon the flute and oboe from Mr. Fish.
Does he play something like our violin or clarinet or oboe, or what?
Adagio and Rondo for harmonica, flute, oboe, viola and violoncello in C minor (617 K.).
If he wishes he may introduce a violin, oboe or clarinet solo.
Flutes were only rarely used to replace the oboe in soft passages; there were no clarinets in Salzburg.
Pauline began dancing, her father accompanying her with an oboe.
Being on a larger scale, the sarrusophones are louder than the corresponding instruments of the oboe family.
Such an air as that in Teseo is like a little Concerto for oboe.
Now let us turn back to the Pan's pipes and its direct descendants, the flute, the clarinet, and the oboe.