Oboe Reed, Mouthpiece for Double Reed Musical Instrument - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:172189718
Upload date:June 30, 2013

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This is an oboe reed showing the cane, green thread, and cork covered brass tube. See my other images of the oboe to understand how it figures as the instrument's mouthpiece. Oboe players actually make these themselves from scratch, trimming the cane, tying it onto the tube, and then carving and scraping it carefully until the tip is as thin as can be. Then they have to do it all over again a few weeks later. This is one reason there are not a whole lot of oboe players. Definitely.
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