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hautboy:

see oboeoboe
[Ital., from Fr. hautbois] or hautboy
, woodwind instrument of conical bore, its mouthpiece having a double reed. The instruments possessing these general characteristics may be referred to as the oboe family, which includes the English horn, the bassoon,
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hautboy

a strawberry, Fragaria moschata, of central Europe and Asia, with large fruit
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A Virginia concert advertised in 1766 listed the instrumentation as "3 violins, 1 Tenor, 1 Bass, 2 Flutes, 1 Hautboy, 1 Horn, and 1 Harpsichord.
Scholars discuss the history and use of the flute, violin, recorder, lute, and organ, along with early instruments like the hautboy and fagott.
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These first bands consisted of a small number of musicians who played such instruments as hautboys, horns, bassoons and drums.
The small wind instruments in the herons' throats play an incorrigible music on a scale incommensurate with hautboys and baroque wigs.
Long before the days of the early military bands with shawms, serpents, hautboys, and other archaic instruments, troops marched into battle singing.
Camus presents a brief introduction to "The Early American Wind Band: Hautboys, Harmonies, and Janissaries," which includes an interesting discussion of early march tempos.
The first part, arranged in subsections Hautboys, Harmoniemusik and Janissary Music, Brass Bands, and The Golden Age of Bands, is devoted to music from various published and manuscript collections that exemplify the wind tradition in concert music.