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Jeffrey Reinhardt (REEDZY) Bass Oboe Reeds

$34.50

Jeffrey Reinhardt (REEDZY) Bass Oboe Reeds

$34.50
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Jeffrey Reinhardt (REEDZY) Bass Oboe Reeds

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A traditional American scrape Bass oboe reed, designed to fit a range of players and instruments, with room left for personal adjustment.

Jeffrey hand makes his reeds using fine french cane, processed on traditional gouging machines and shapers, and scrapes them gradually over many sessions to ensure stable results and the greatest possible reed longevity.

Specs:

  • High Quality, collared brass staples
  • Cane gouged and shaped by hand using traditional gouging machines and shapers
  • High quality, well aged cane from the Var, France
  • Nylon thread

Jeffrey Reinhardt

Jeffrey Re​inhardt is an oboist and instrument maker based in Brooklyn, NY.  His recent activities include performances with The SEM Ensemble, Venture Opera Company, New York City Ballet, New York City Opera, "The Golden Bride" (an acclaimed off-Broadway production), The Bronx Opera Company and The Orchestra of the Bronx.​   In February 2016, he premiered David Louis Zuckerman's Per Diem, a concerto dedicated to him, with the SEM Ensemble. Jeffrey Reinhardt

 
Jeffrey holds a Pre-College Diploma and Bachelor of Music degree from the Juilliard School, and a Master of Music degree from the Yale School of Music.  He has attended both the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival and the Sarasota Chamber Music Festival as a fellowship recipient.  His principal instructors have included Stuart Dunkel, Richard Dallessio, Nathan Hughes, Elaine Douvas, Pedro Diaz, and Stephen Taylor.
 
As an instrument maker, Jeffrey has extensively studied and reproduced the I. W. Kenigsperger oboe, housed at the Boston Museum of fine arts, a highly typical oboe of the baroque period. 

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