The Oboe Reed Report Issue 101

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The Reed Report

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issue 101

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A Note from Maryn

Dear {!firstname_fix},

This marks the one hundred and FIRST issue of the Reed Report! Thank you all for being readers along the way. From the early days way back in NYC, to Scottsdale AZ, then to Chicago and finally Arizona (again)… thank you for placing your trust in us and giving us a moment of your attention for fun oboe talk!

We have some really neat things lined up for you today, so let’s get started!

First, take a look at our Oboe Talk interview with Patty Mitchell, principal oboist in in Opera San Jose, second oboe of Symphony Silicon Valley, and the owner of the oboe blog oboeinsight.



Here’s the link to the interview.

If you know of an oboist who we should interview, please contact us.

They can be famous, not famous or somewhere in between. The purpose of these interviews is to shine a spotlight on oboists who are doing great things and to use those stories to help encourage and motivate the next generation of oboe players.

Next… we just got done setting up a new marketplace where people can post oboe related stuff for sale. The listings are free so PLEASE spread the word. If you have an oboe to sell, you can post it there. If you’re selling oboe tools, they belong there as well. It’s kind of like classifieds for the oboe world.

To get started, click this link and just click the “Place Ad” button.

Please use it if you have something to sell and don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions.

What’s New

Reeds Reeds Reeds!

Now through Sunday, order two oboe reeds and get free copy of “The Top 10 Most Frustrating Oboe Reed Problems… And How to Fix Them!”

In the 15 page report, you’ll learn things like:

  • The six things that cause almost every frustrating oboe reed problem.
  • The first and most important thing your oboe reed has to do, and how to fix it when it doesn’t cooperate.
  • A quick tip for extending the life (temporarily) of a dying reed.
  • When to consider using a narrower shaper tip.
  • What to do when your reed is sharp AND flat!
  • How to “fix” a reed that sounds great but is just too tiring to play.
  • What to do when your reed just won’t respond.

The report is $17.00 on our site, but you get if FREE when you order using the link below:

To place your order for 2 oboe reeds and get the free bonus PDF download, use the link below:

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Featured Oboe Video

Oboe concerto by C. P. E. Bach / Stefan Schilli, oboe

If you can’t see the video in this email, please view it directly on Youtube.

Today’s Music Quote

Charlie Parker

"Music is your own experience, your own thoughts, your wisdom. If you don’t live it, it won’t come out of your horn. They teach you there’s a boundary line to music. But, man, there’s no boundary line to art."

The Oboe Tip

Simple Tips To Make Your Life Easier

Don’t get emotionally attached to your reeds.

Respect and enjoy your reeds for the performances and good times you have playing them. But know that reeds die and life goes on. The less attached you get to each reed, the easier it will be adapting to new ones. The more easily you adapt to new reeds, the better player you will become.

MKL Reeds

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