Sellner Oboe Method Vol. 2
The Sellner book is a college level method book for the oboe, focusing on articulation and three rhythmic patterns in its exercises and etudes.
Joseph Sellner (May 15, 1787 - May 17, 1843) was an Austrian oboist, composer, teacher, and music director. His name carries on as the author of this method book that is used, not only for the oboe, but also for saxophone, and he is recognized as a contributor to the oboe that was in use in Vienna in the 18th century. It was so named the "Koch/Sellner" oboe and resembled the narrow bore design of the conservatoire oboe used today. The Koch Sellner oboe was in use through the end of the 19th century.
- Pages: 299
- Publisher: Gérard Billaudot Éditeur
- UPC: 6-80160-26405-6
- ISMN: 979-0-043-00363-2