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My name is Nuria Cabezas and today I have prepared a blog post with a Study Routine with 7 Exercises of Articulation and Mechanism in C Major for Oboe.
How to work the Articulation and Mechanism with the Oboe?
An example of a study routine
C major scale ascending and descending, with half notes and legato at 60 beats per minute.
Ascending and descending C major scale, with half notes portato at 60 beats per minute.
Mechanism exercise in C Major with quarter notes legato ascending and descending starting from each note that conforms the scale.
Mechanism exercise in C Major with quarter notes portato ascending and descending beginning from each note of the scale.
Scale of C Major in quarter notes staccato, ascending and descending.
Scale of C Major in staccato with the rhythm of dotted quaver note – semiquaver, ascending and descending.
Scale of C Major in staccato to the rhythm of semiquaver – dotted quaver note, ascending and descending.
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