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Gabriel's Oboe

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By Amy Grant

Cello, Piano - Digital Download
By Amy Grant. By Ennio Morricone (1928-). Arranged by W.S. Christian, Contemporary. Score and part. 6 pages. Lazy Sheet Music #3512261. Published by Lazy Sheet Music (A0.857944).

Item Number: A0.857944

Gabriel's oboe for Cello and Piano includes score and parts.

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  • July 28, 2018 Nice, Needs Revision

    I performed this on trombone recently. The piano voicing is often too close, with a few muddy sororities. There are a couple incorrect chords Bm where it should be Gmaj7. The fermata before the obligato section doesn’t make a lot of sense. Overall, it’s a solid arrangement if...

    you adjust the incorrect harmony and finesse the phrase leading to the obligato.

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  • July 26, 2018 Muddy piano part

    The piano part appears to have been transposed down for cello, resulting in triads that are much too low and produce "muddy" harmonies. It just doesn't sound good.

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