List of oboists


List of oboists
Two musette players from the Cantigas de Santa Maria, 13th century

An oboist (formerly hautboist) is a musician who plays the oboe or any oboe family instrument, including the cor anglais, oboe d'amore, shawm and oboe musette.

The following is a list of notable past and present professional oboists, with indications when they were/are known better for other professions in their own time. Oboists with an asterisk (*) have biographies in the online version of the Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians.

Contents

Historical oboists

Baroque period 1600-1760

"Danse des Nymphes" tapestry detail - Gobelins manufactory, 1687
  • Johann Jacob Bach (1682–1722), German (Bach’s brother)
  • Francesco Barsanti (1690–1772), Italian * (composer)
  • Alessandro Besozzi (1702–1793), Italian *
  • Antonio Besozzi (1707–1781), Italian *
  • Christoforo Besozzi (1661–1725), Italian *
  • Giuseppe Besozzi (1686–1760), Italian * de:Giuseppe Besozzi
  • Paolo Girolamo Besozzi (1704–1778), Italian *
  • Mateo Bissoli (Bisioli) (c.1711-1780), Italian
  • Esprit Philippe Chédeville (1696–1762), French *
  • Nicolas Chédeville (1705–1782), French *
  • Pierre Chédeville (1694–1725), French *
  • Michel Danican dit Philidor (1580–1651), French
  • André Danican Philidor (c.1652-1730), French * (music librarian)
  • Anne Danican Philidor (1681–1728), French
  • Jean Danican Philidor (ca.1620-1679), French
  • John Ernest Galliard (c. 1675-1747), German *
  • Johann Caspar Gleditsch (1684–1747), German ("Bach's oboist")
  • Peter Glösch (c.1685-1754), German [1]
  • Jean Hotteterre (c.1610-1691), French * (instrument maker) (one of several oboists in the family)
  • Martin Hotteterre (1635–1712), French * (instrument maker)
  • Nicolas Hotteterre (1637–1694), French *
  • Jean Christian Kytch (died c.1738), Dutch ("Handel's oboist")
  • Johann François La Riche (1662-after 1733), Flemish * [2]
  • Jacques Loeillet (1685–1748), Flemish *
  • Jean-Baptiste Loeillet (1680–1730), Flemish *
  • Jacques Paisible (c.1656-1721), French (oboist in Robert Cambert orchestra which moved to London in 1673)
  • José Pla (1728–1762), Spanish *
  • Juan Bautista Pla (c.1720-after 1773), Spanish *
  • Manuel Pla (c.1725-1766), Spanish *
  • Giovanni Benedetto Platti (1697–1763), Italian * [3]
  • Johann Christian Richter (1689–1744), German [4]
  • Jacob Riehman (c.1680-1729), Dutch *
  • Giuseppe Sammartini (1695–1750), Italian * (son of French oboist Alexis Saint-Martin)
  • Ignatz Sieber (Ignazio Siber) (c.1680-c.1760), German-Italian ("Vivaldi's oboist")
  • Georg Philipp Telemann (1681–1767), German composer (Oboe was one of over 10 instruments he played)
  • Roberto Valentine (1674-c.1740), English * (composer) [5]

Classical period 1730-1820

  • Sante Aguilar (c.1734-1808), Italian [6]
  • Christian Frederik Barth (1787–1861), Danish
  • Christian Samuel Barth (1735–1809), German *
  • Philip Barth (1774–1804), Danish *
  • Georg Benda (1722–1795), Czech * (composer)
  • Carlo Besozzi (1738–1791), Italian *
  • Gaetano Besozzi (1725–1794), Italian * [7] de:Gaetano Besozzi
  • Friedrich Braun (1759–1824), German *
  • Josef Czerwenka (1759–1835), Czech-Austrian ("Beethoven's oboist")
  • Georg Druschetzky (1745–1819), Czech *
  • Giuseppe Ferlendis (1755–1810), Italian * [8]
  • Pietro Ferlendis (1748–1836), Italian
  • Josef Fiala (1749–1816), Czech * ("Mozart's oboist 1")
  • Johann Christian Fischer (1733–1800), German * [9]
  • Joseph François Garnier (1755–1825), French *
  • Michel Joseph Gebauer (1763–1812), French *
  • Gottlieb Graupner (1767–1836), German-American
  • William Herschel (1738–1822), German (astronomer) (before 1765 primarily oboist, only later an astronomer)
  • François Jadin (1731–1790), French *
  • Carl Khym (1770-after 1819), Czech *
  • Ludwig August Lebrun (1746–1790), German *
  • Ignace Malzat (1757–1804), Austrian (probably wrote the "Haydn" oboe concerto) *
  • Domenico Mancinelli (c.1723-1804), Italian *
  • John Parke (1745–1829), English *
  • William Thomas Parke (1762–1847), English *
  • Giuseppe Prota (1737–1807), Italian *
  • Friedrich Ramm (1744–1813), German ("Mozart's oboist 2") [10]
  • François Alexandre Antoine Sallantin (1755-1830?), French *
  • Johann Friedrich Schröter (1724–1811), German *
  • Charles J. Suck (c. 1760-c.1808), English *
  • Philipp Teimer (1767-c.1817), Bohemian (English horn)
  • Georg Triebensee (1746–1813), Bohemian *
  • Josef Triebensee (1772–1846), Bohemian * (composer)
  • Thomas Vincent (musician) (1720–1783), English *
  • Johann Nepomuk Went (1745–1801), Bohemian * nl:Jan Nepomuk Vent

Romantic period 1815-1910

  • Apollon Barret (1804–1879), French * [11]
  • Christian Frederik Barth (1787–1861), Danish *
  • Richard Baumgärtel (1858–1941), German
  • Félix-Charles Berthélemy (1829–1868), French
  • Carl A.P. Braun (1788–1835), German *
  • Wilhelm Braun (1796–1867), German *
  • Henri Brod (1799–1839), French * [12] fr:Henri Brod
  • Baldassare Centroni (c.1784-1860), Italian ("Rossini's oboist")
  • Charles Colin (1832–1881), French [13] de:Charles Colin
  • Grattan Cooke (1808–1889), English [14]
  • Giovanni Daelli (c.1800?-1860), Italian
  • Franz Wilhelm Ferling (1796–1874), German [15]
  • Anton Flad (1775–1850), German [16]
  • Georges Gillet (1854–1920), French * [17] fr:Georges Gillet
  • Joseph Gungl (1810–1889), Hungarian * (conductor)
  • Johann Peter Heuschkel (1773–1853), German *
  • Ernst Krähmer (1795–1857), German *
  • Desiré Alfred Lalande (1866–1904), French *
  • Antoine Joseph Lavigne (1816–1886), French
  • Johann Heinrich Luft (1813–1877), German [18]
  • William Malsch (1855–1924), English *
  • Carlo Paessler (1774–1865), Italian
  • Giovanni Paggi (1806–1887), Italian *
  • Antonio Pasculli (1842–1924), Italian * (the "Paganini of the oboe")
  • Charles Reynolds (1843–1916), English
  • Friedrich Ruthardt (1800–1862), German
  • Adolf Rzepko (1825–1892), Polish *
  • Joseph Sellner (1787–1843), Austrian [19]
  • Pedro Soler (1810–1850), Spanish
  • Friedrich-Eugen Thurner (1785–1827), German [20]
  • Charles Triébert (1810–1867), French *
  • Frédéric Triébert (1813–1878), French * (instrument maker) [21]
  • Raoul Triébert (1845-c.1894), French *
  • Louis-Auguste Vény (1801-after 1848), French
  • Stanislas Verroust (1814–1863), French [22]
  • Gustave Vogt (1781–1870), French * fr:Gustave Vogt
  • Friedrich Westenholz (1778–1840), German *
  • Carlo Yvon (1798–1854), Italian [23]

20th Century oboists

Marcel Tabuteau in 1915

A-L

  • Rhadames Angelucci (1915–1991), American [24]
  • Alfred Barthel (1871–1957), French [25]
  • André Lardrot (1932-), French
  • Evelyn Barbirolli (born Evelyn Rothwell), (1911–2008), English * [26]
  • Louis Bas (1863–1944), French
  • Etienne Baudo (1903–2001), French [27]
  • Louis Bleuzet (1871–1941), French fr:Louis Bleuzet
  • Robert Bloom (1908–1994), American * [28]
  • Joy Boughton (1913–1963), English [29]
  • Leonard Brain (1915–1975), English *
  • Henri de Busscher (1880–1975), Belgian * [30]
  • Natalie Caine (1909–2008), English
  • Jacques Chambon (1932–1984), French
  • Janet Craxton (1929–1981), English * [31] (Sister of the painter John Craxton).
  • William Criss (1921–1984), American [32]
  • Albert Debondue (1895–1984), French
  • Antonio Estévez (1916–1988), Venezuelan * (composer)
  • Alvin Etler (1913–1973), American * (composer)
  • Svend Christian Felumb (1898–1972), Danish
  • Fritz Flemming (1872/3-1947), German
  • Bert Gassman (1911–2004), American [33]
  • Fernand Gillet (1882–1980), French [34]
  • Albert Goltzer (1918–2007), American [35] [36]
  • Harold Gomberg (1916–1985), American *
  • Ralph Gomberg (1921–2006), American *
  • Leon Goossens (1897–1988), English *
  • František Hanták (1910–1990), Czech * cs:František Hanták
  • Earnest Harrison (1918–2005), American [37]
  • Kurt Kalmus, German
  • Hans Kamesch (1901–1975), Austrian
  • Rudolf Kempe (1910–1976), German * (conductor)
  • Bruno Labate (1883–1968), Italian [38]
  • Roland Lamorlette (1894–1960), French
  • John de Lancie (1921–2002), American *
  • Alfred Läubin (1906–1976), American (instrumentmaker)
  • Marc Lifschey (1926–2000), American [39]
  • Leland Lincoln (1921–1991), American
  • Georges Longy (1868–1930), French * [40]

M-Z

  • Terence MacDonagh (1908–1986), British [41]
  • Arno Mariotti (1911–1993), German-born American [42]
  • Josef Marx (1913–1978), German-American * [43]
  • Robert Mayer (1910–1994), American [44]
  • Karl Mayrhofer (1927–1976), Austrian [45]
  • Mitch Miller (1911–2010), American (choir conductor, recording director)
  • Myrtile Morel (1889–1979), French [46]
  • Florian Mueller (1904–1983), American [47]
  • Pierre Pierlot (1921–2007), French [48] fr:Pierre Pierlot
  • Giuseppe Prestini (1875–1955), Italian [49]
  • David Reichenberg (1950–1987), American (also listed under period instrumentalists below)
  • Jürg Schaeftlein (1929–1986), Austrian * [50]
  • Riccardo Scozzi (1878–1955), Italian [51]
  • Edgar Shann (1919–1984), Swiss
  • Harry Shulman (1916–1971), American [52]
  • Jerry Sirucek (1922–1996), American [53]
  • Koen van Slogteren (1922–1995), Dutch [54] nl:Koen van Slogteren
  • Václav Smetáček (1906–1986), Czech * (conductor)
  • Robert Sprenkle (1914–1988), American
  • Karl Steins (1919–2009), German [55]
  • William Grant Still (1895–1978), American * (composer)
  • Haakon Stotijn (1915–1964), Dutch * nl:Haakon Stotijn
  • Jaap Stotijn (1891–1970), Dutch * [56] nl:Jaap Stotijn
  • František Suchý (1902–1977), Czech
  • Sidney Sutcliffe (1918–2001), Scottish [57]
  • Seizo Suzuki (1922–2008)鈴木清三, Japanese ja:鈴木清三[58]
  • Marcel Tabuteau (1887–1966), French/American *
  • Jiří Tancibudek (1921–2004), Czech-Australian [59]
  • Giuseppe Tomassini (1915–1987), Italian
  • Whitney Tustin (1912–2002), American, [60]
  • Lois Wann (1912–1999), American
  • Alexander Wunderer (1877–1955), Austrian

20th century English horn players

  • Engelbert Brenner (1904–1986), Austrian- born American [61]
  • Harry Freedman (1922–2005), Polish-born Canadian (composer)
  • Hans Hadamowsky (1906–1996), Austrian [62]
  • Peter Henkelman (1882–1949), Dutch [63]
  • Leo van der Lek (1908–1999), Dutch [64]
  • John Minsker (1912–2007), American [65]
  • Louis Speyer (1890–1980), French

Contemporary classical oboists

A-B

  • Emanuel Abbuhl, Swiss ) [66]
  • Alain Girard, Swiss
  • David Abosch (born 1928), American
  • Laura Ahlbeck, American [67]
  • John Anderson (born 1954), English [68]
  • Per Andersson, Swedish
  • Satoki Aoyama(also known as Kim)青山聖樹, Japanese [69]
  • Eriko Ara (born 1981) 荒絵理子, Japanese
  • Marios Argiros (born 1960) Greek
  • Max Artved (born 1965), Danish
  • Robert Atherholt (born c.1955), American [70]
  • Washington Barella (born 1964), Brazilian de: Washington Barella
  • Theodore Baskin (born 1950), American
  • Perry Bauman (born 1918), American-Canadian [71]
  • William Bennett (born 1956), American [72]
  • José Coutinho (born 1956), Portugal
  • León Biriotti (born 1929), Uruguayan *
  • Neil Black (born 1932), English
  • Jonathan Blumenfeld, American [73]
  • Gianfranco Bortolato (born 1964), Italian [74]
  • Robert Botti, (born 1956), American [75]
  • Maurice Bourgue (born 1939), French * fr:Maurice Bourgue
  • Christopher Bouwman (born 1981), Dutch nl:Christopher Bouwman
  • Peter Bowman, American [76]
  • Douglas Boyd (born 1960), Scottish [77]
  • Peter Bree (born 1949), Dutch [78]
  • Kim Bryden, American [79]
  • Lon Bussell (born 1958), American

C-E

  • Germán Cáceres (born 1954), Salvadoran *
  • George Caird, English [80]
  • Sandro Caldini (born 1958), Italian
  • James Caldwell (1938–2006), American [81]
  • Anthony Camden (1938–2006), English [82]
  • Robin Canter, English
  • Elizabeth Camus, American Cleveland Orchestra
  • Jean-Louis Capezzali (born 1959), French [83] fr:Jean-Louis Capezzali
  • April Cap, American
  • Stephen Caplan, American [84] [85]
  • Dudu Carmel, Israeli [86]
  • Roy Carter (born 1949), English
  • Robert Casier (born 1924), French
  • Juan Castillo (born 1960), Panamanian
  • Joseph Celli (born 1944), American *
  • Brian Charles (born c. 1956), American (reedmaker)
  • Nora Cismondi (born 1978), French (Principal oboist in the Orchestre National de France)
  • Manfred Clement (1934–2001), German
  • Belinda Code (born 1947) American/Canadian
  • Fredric T. Cohen (born 1948), American [87]
  • Roger Cole, American [88]
  • Meredyth Coleman,American {http://www.citywindstrio.com]
  • Amy Collins (born c. 1961), American [89]
  • Peter Cooper, American [90]
  • Christopher Cowie, Welsh [91]
  • Jeffrey Crellin, Australian [92]
  • Christopher Crosby, English
  • Jill Crowther, English [93]
  • Nicholas Daniel (born 1962), English
  • Ian Davidson (born 1958) American [94]
  • Barry Davis (born 1948, English [95]
  • Jan De Maeyer (born 1949), Belgian (composer) [96] de:Jan De Maeyer
  • John Dee, American [97]
  • Clara Dent, German (daughter of Simon Dent)
  • Simon Dent (born c.1950), English-born German
  • Paolo Di Cioccio (1963), Italian
  • Francesco Di Rosa (born 1967), Italian [98]
  • Diego Dini Ciacci, Italian [99]
  • Jonathan Dlouhy, American [100]
  • Diana Doherty (born 1966), Australian
  • Elaine Douvas (born c. 1952), American
  • Leo Driehuys, Dutch
  • Robert Driscoll, (1959) American [101]
  • Stuart Edward Dunkel, American
  • Niels Eje (born 1954), Danish [102]

F-H

  • Lothar Faber (born 1922), German
  • Roger Fedelleck (born 1946), American
  • Peter Fischer (1924–2004), German
  • John Ferrillo, American [103]
  • Ronald L. Fox (born 1934) American
  • Sarah Francis (born 1938), English *
  • Simon Fuchs (born 1961), Swiss [104]
  • Ken-ichi Furube (born 1968) 古部賢一 , Japanese
  • Martin Gabriel (born 1956), Austrian
  • Thomas Gallant, American
  • Martin Gebhardt, Swiss [105] de:Martin Gebhardt
  • Alfred Genovese, American
  • Ariana Ghez (born 1979), American [106]
  • Anne Gilby, Australian [107]
  • Burkhard Glaetzner (born 1943), German [108] de:Burkhard Glaetzner
  • Wynne Godley (1926–2010), English (economist)
  • Paul Goodey, English [109]
  • Ingo Goritzki (born 1939), German [110]
  • Peter Graeme (born 1921), English
  • Kathryn Greenbank, American [111]
  • Klaus-Peter Gütz (born 1938?), German
  • Anni Haapaniemi (born 1979), Finnish
  • Laszlo Hadady (born 1956), Hungarian [112]
  • Charles Hamann (born 1971), American [113]
  • Steinar Hannevold (born 1952), Norwegian [114]
  • Erin Hannigan, American [115]
  • Jesper Harrysson (born 1967, Swedish sv:Jesper Harryson
  • Christoph Hartmann (born 1965), German de: Christoph Hartmann (Oboist)
  • Jared Hauser (born 1971), American
  • Kurt Hausmann (born 1924), German [116]
  • Werner Herbers (born 1940), Dutch [117] nl:Werner Herbers
  • Kyoko Hida-Battaglia, Japanese-American [118]
  • Tomoyuki Hirota (born 1963) 広田智之, Japanese [119]
  • Brynjar Hoff (born 1940), Norwegian [120] de:Brynjar Hoff
  • Heinz Holliger (born 1939), Swiss *
  • Bernd Holz (born 1955), German [121] [122] [123]
  • Christian Hommel (born 1963), German [124]
  • Masashi Honma (born 1947)本間正史, Japanese (also known for period instruments) [125]
  • Helmut Hucke (born 1929), German
  • Gordon Hunt (born 1950), English [126]

I-L

  • Althea Ifeka, Nigerian-English [127]
  • Shoko Ikeda (born 1974) 池田昭子, Japanese [128]
  • Thomas Indermühle (born 1951), Swiss [129]
  • Jennet Ingle, American [130]
  • Keiko Inoue 井上圭子, Japanese
  • Eugene Izotov (born 1973), Russian-American
  • Jean-Claude Jaboulay, French [131]
  • Helen Jahren (born 1959), Swedish [132]
  • Kamil Jalilov (born 1938), Azerbaijani
  • Brian James (born 1977), American/Canadian [133]
  • Arthur Jensen (born 1925), American [134]
  • Diethelm Jonas (born 1953), German
  • Michael Kamen (1948–2003), American (film score composer)
  • Richard Kanter (born 1934), American
  • Melvin Kaplan (born 1929), American
  • Manfred Kautzky, Austrian
  • Jonathan Kelly (born 1969), British
  • Richard Killmer, American [135]
  • Nancy Ambrose King, American [136]
  • Dimitris Kitsos (born 1971), Greek [137]
  • Alex Klein (born 1964), Brazilian [138]
  • Merilee Klemp, American [139]
  • Elizabeth Koch (born 1986), American
  • Lothar Koch (1935–2003), German *
  • Cynthia Koledo de Almeida, American
  • Kalev Kuljus (born c.1975), Estonian [140]
  • Yeon-Hee Kwak (born c. 1969), Korean [141]
  • Barbara LaFitte (born 1956), American [142]
  • Vladimir Lande (born 1962), Russian [143]
  • André Lardrot (born 1932), Swiss
  • Mårten Larsson, Swedish [144]
  • François Leleux (born 1971), French [145] fr:François Leleux
  • Suzanne Lemieux Canadian
  • Lajos Lencsés (born 1943), Hungarian [146] fr:Lajos Lencsés
  • Winfried Liebermann (born 1935), German
  • Jay Light, American
  • Michael Lisicky (born 1964), American
  • Sandra Gerster Lisicky (born 1959), American
  • Marika Lombardi Italian [147]
  • Roger Lord (born 1924), English
  • Andreas Lorenz (born 1952), German
  • Günter Lorenz (born 1940), Austrian
  • Anatoli Lubimov (born 1941), Russian
  • Humbert Lucarelli (born 1937), American [148]

M-Q

  • Drake Mabry (born 1950), American (composer) [149]
  • John Mack (1927–2006), American
  • Charles Mackerras (1925–2010), Australian (conductor)
  • Kurt Mahn (born 1923), German
  • Colin Maier (born 1976), Canadian
  • Jean-Claude Malgoire (born 1940), French
  • Joel Marangella (born 1940s), American
  • Jane Marvine, American [150]
  • James Mason (born 1952), American/Canadian [151]
  • James Matheson, [152]
  • Albrecht Mayer (born 1965), German
  • Gaston Maugras, French
  • Agnieszka Mazur, (born 1983), Polish
  • Mark McEwen, Canadian [153]
  • Georg Meerwein (born 1932), German
  • Kurt Meier, Swiss [154]
  • Malcolm Messiter (born 1949), English [155]
  • Fumiaki Miyamoto (born 1949) 宮本文昭, Japanese
  • Daisuke Mogi (born 1959) 茂木大輔, Japanese [156]
  • Patricia Morehead, Canadian [157]
  • Donald Muggeridge, American [158]
  • Lucas Macías Navarro (born 1978), Spanish
  • Katherine Needleman (born 1978), American
  • Celia Nicklin, English [159]
  • Bjørn Carl Nielsen (born 1945), Danish
  • Alf Nilsson (born 1940), Swedish
  • David Nuttall (born 1956), Australian [160]
  • Christopher O'Neal (born 1953), British [161]
  • Eric Ohlsson, American [162]
  • Alexei Ogrintchouk (born 1978), Russian (Concertgebouw Orchestra) [163] de:Alexei Ogrintchouk
  • Pauline Oostenrijk (born 1967), Dutch [164] nl:Pauline Oostenrijk
  • Mark Ostoich, American [165]
  • Emily Pailthorpe (born c.1971), American [166]
  • Ivan Paisov (born 1973), Russian
  • Didier Pateau, French [167]
  • Pamela Pecha (born 1951), American
  • Louise Pellerin, Canadian [168]
  • Ivan Podyomov, (born 1986), Russian
  • Carolyn Pollak (born 1947), American
  • Peter Pongracz, Hungarian
  • Nora Post (born 1949), American [169]
  • Ivan Pushetchnikov (born 1918), Russian [170]
  • Ramón Ortego Quero (born 1988), Spanish

R-S

  • Stéphane Rancourt (born 1967), Canadian
  • Wayne Rapier (1930–2005), American [171]
  • Jeffrey Rathbun (born 1959), American
  • Elizabeth Raum (born 1945), Canadian * [172]
  • Christopher Redgate (born 1956), English [173]
  • Juozas Rimas (born 1942), Lithuanian
  • Andrea Jayne Ridilla (born 1956), American
  • Joseph Robinson (born 1940), American *
  • Erik Rodell, Swedish
  • Božo Rogelja (born 1946), Slovenian
  • Carlo Romano (born 1954), Italian [174]
  • Ernest Rombout (born 1959), Dutch [175]
  • Ronald Roseman (1933–2000), American [176]
  • Bengt Rosengren, Swedish
  • Frank Rosenwein, American [177]
  • Edwin Roxburgh (born 1937), English *
  • Andrey Rubtsov (born 1982), Russian [178]
  • Telena Ruth (born 1957), Australian [179]
  • Francisco Salanova Alfonso, Spanish
  • Graham Salter, English [180]
  • Harry Sargous (born 1948), American [181]
  • Hansjorg Schellenberger (born 1948), German [182]
  • Bernard Schenkel (born 1941), Swiss [183]
  • Bart Schneemann (born 1954), Dutch [184] nl:Bart Schneemann
  • Stefan Schilli (born 1970), German [185] ca:Stefan Schilli
  • Gernot Schmalfuss, German (Member of Consortium Classicum)
  • Christian Schmitt (born 1965), French [186]
  • Claire Seale (born 1988), Scottish, [187]
  • Martin Schuring, American
  • Hiroshi Shibayama (born 1947) 柴山洋, Japanese
  • Nigel Shore (born 1961), English
  • Lawrence Singer (born 1940), American nl:Lawrence Singer
  • Jonathan Small (born 1956), English [188]
  • Peter Smith, American
  • Fredrik Söhngen, German/Swedish [189]
  • Robert Sorton (born 1952), American [190]
  • Jan Spronk, Dutch
  • Cynthia Steljes (1960–2006), Canadian [191]
  • Ray Still (born 1920), American [192]
  • Daniel Stolper (born TBD), American
  • Veit Stolzenberger , German de:Veit Stolzenberger
  • Laila Storch (born 1921), American [193] [194]
  • Linda Strommen (born 1957), American [195]
  • Matt Sullivan, American [196]

T-Z

  • Stephen Taylor (born 1949), American [197]
  • Jouko Teikari (born 1938), Finnish
  • David Theodore (born 1948), Welsh [198]
  • Carmen Thierry (born 1962), Mexican
  • Blair Tindall, American [199] (author)
  • Olga Tomilova, Russian [200]
  • Elena Troncone, Venezuelan [201]
  • Joseph Turner, American
  • Jacques Tys, French [202]
  • Alexei Utkin (born 1957), Russian [203]
  • Piet Van Bockstal (born 1963), Belgian [204] nl:Piet Van Bockstal
  • Joris Van den Hauwe, Belgian
  • Jacques Vandeville, French
  • Luca Vignali (born c.1962), Italian [205]
  • Kevin Vigneau, American [206]
  • Allan Vogel (born 1944), American [207]
  • Han de Vries (born 1941), Dutch * [208]
  • Edo de Waart (born 1941), Dutch * (conductor)
  • Keisuke Wakao若尾圭介, Japanese [209]
  • Hitoshi Wakui 和久井仁, Japanese
  • David Walter (born 1958), French [210] fr:David Walter
  • Liang Wang (born 1980)王亮, Chinese
  • Katsuya Watanabe (born 1966) 渡辺克也, Japanese
  • Hans-Werner Wätzig, German
  • Richard Weigall, English [211]
  • Mark Weiger (1959–2008), American [212]
  • Judith Weir (born 1954), Scotissh (composer)
  • David Weiss (born 1947), American [213]
  • Derek Wickens (born 1937), British
  • Michael Winfield, British
  • Roger Winfield, British
  • Helmut Winschermann (born 1920), German (conductor) [214] de:Helmut Winschermann
  • Otto Winter (born 1937), German
  • Barbara Winters, American
  • Andreas Wittmann (born 1961), German de:Andreas Wittmann
  • Tytus Wojnowicz (born 1965), Polish de:Tytus Wojnowicz
  • Richard Woodhams (born 1949), American
  • Mizuho Yoshii (born 1973) 吉井瑞穂, Japanese [215]
  • Renato Zanfini, Italian [216]
  • Omar Zoboli (born c. 1951), Italian [217]
  • Günther Zorn, German
  • Marilyn Zupnik, American

Contemporary oboists best known for playing English horn (cor anglais) or oboe d'amore

Anonymous player of the English horn (cor anglais)
  • Geoffrey Browne, English [218]
  • Russ deLuna (born 1969), American [219]
  • Bo Eriksson, Swedish
  • Martin Frutiger (born 1977), Swiss [220]
  • Julie Ann Giacobassi (born 1949), American [221]
  • Marc Gordon, American [222]
  • Jean-Louis Hommes, French (Capitole Toulouse Orchestra Unknown-2009)
  • Carolyn Hove, American [223]
  • Miriam Jakes-Fournet, American - Dutch - French
  • Felix Kraus (1930–2006), Austrian-born American (Cleveland Orchestra 1963-2004)
  • Barbara LaFitte [born 1956], American [224]
  • Pat McFarland, American
  • Jennifer Paull (born 1944), English (oboe d'amore) [225]
  • Christine Pendrill, English [226]
  • Michel Rosset (born 1956), Swiss
  • Louis Rosenblatt (1928–2009), American [227] [228]
  • Grover Schiltz (born 1931), American [229]
  • Robert Sheena (born 1961), American
  • Harold Smoliar (born 1957), American
  • Thomas Stacy (born 1938), American * [230]
  • Paul Taillefer (born 1912), French
  • Dominik Wollenweber (born 1967), German

Contemporary oboists best known for playing period instruments

  • John Abberger (born 1957), American [231]
  • Katharina Arfken, German [232]
  • Alfredo Bernardini (born 1961), Italian [233]
  • Ulf Bjurenhed (born 1956), Swedish
  • Frank de Bruine, Dutch [234]
  • Geoffrey Burgess (born 1960s), Australian ([235]
  • Paul Dombrecht (born 1948), Belgian [236]
  • Ku Ebbinge (born 1948), Dutch *
  • Paul Goodwin (born 1956), English * [237]
  • Stephen Hammer (born 1951), American [238]
  • Bruce Haynes (born 1942), American *
  • Washington McClain, American [239]
  • Sophia McKenna, English?
  • Giuseppe Nalin (born 1950s), Italian [240]
  • Takeharu Nobuhara (born 1943) 延原武春, Japanese (conductor) ja:延原武春 [241]
  • Michel Piguet (1932–2004), Swiss *
  • Marcel Ponseele (born 1957), Belgian [242] nl:Marcel Ponseele
  • David Reichenberg (1950–1987), American * [243]
  • Hugo Reyne (born 1961), French [244]
  • Anthony Robson (born 1955), English [245]
  • Gonzalo Xavier Ruiz (born 1964), Argentine [246]
  • Masamitsu San'nomiya (born 1971) 三宮正満, Japanese
  • Marc Schachman, American [247]
  • Martin Stadler (born c.1961), Swiss [248]
  • Lex Vos (born 1955), Dutch [249]
  • Hans-Peter Westermann (born c.1955) [250]

Oboists performing primarily outside classical genres

As primary instrument

  • David Agnew (born ca. 1961), Irish - Celtic
  • Kyle Bruckmann (born 1971), American - free improvisation
  • Lindsay Cooper (born 1951), English - art rock
  • Jean-Luc Fillon, French - jazz
  • Caroline Glass, Canadian - alternative rock [251]
  • Karl Jenkins (born 1944), Welsh * - jazz
  • Mick Karn (born 1958), British - rock
  • Robbie Lynn Hunsinger, American - jazz
  • Craig Matovich, (born 1955), American - jazz, world music, Oxymora
  • Paul McCandless (born 1947), American * - jazz
  • Ben Meiklejohn (born 1971), American – rock (politician)
  • Janey Miller, British – “new noise”[252]
  • Manuel Munzlinger, German - pop/jazz
  • Henry Rasof (born 1946), American--classical and improvisational, The Orkustra
  • Nancy Rumbel, American - new age
  • Paul Sartin, British - folk [253]
  • Brenda Schuman-Post (born 1948), American - world, jazz [254]
  • Minami Shimoba 下羽南, Japanese - pop/jazz/rock [255]
  • Sonny Simmons (born 1933), American - jazz
  • Frank Socolow (1923–1981), American - jazz
  • Kate St John (born 1957), English – art rock, pop
  • Caris Visentin Liebman, American - jazz
  • Russel Walder (born 1959), American - new age

As secondary instrument

Shehnai players

  • Ali Ahmed Hussain Khan (born 1939), Indian
  • Bismillah Khan (1916–2006), Indian

References

  • David Lasocki "The French Hautboy in England, 1673-1730" Early Music 16(3) 339-357
  • Alfredo Bernardini "The Oboe in the Venetian Republic, 1692-1797" Early Music 16(3) 372-387
  • Janet K. Page "The Hautboy in London's Musical Life, 1730-1770" Early Music 16(3) 358-371
  • Bruce Haynes "Mozart and the Oboe" Early Music 20(1) 43-63
  • Geoffrey Burgess and Bruce Haynes (2004) The oboe (The Yale Musical Instrument Series)
  • Ryoichi Narusawa (ed. Marc Fink) "A History of Oboe Playing in Japan" (The Double Reed, Vol.27 No.4, International Double Reed Society) 2004

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