Anthony Camden -Former Principal Oboe, London Symphony Orchestra

Anthony Camden -Former Principal Oboe, London Symphony Orchestra
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(Recorded Bach Double Concerto with LSO and Yehudi Menuhim for EMI. Other recordings between 1991 and 2000: All 16 Albinoni Oboe Concertos, Naxos, 3 CDs; All Handel Oboe Concertos, Naxos; Mozart Oboe Concerto, Walsingham Classics, 10 Italian Oboe Concertos, Naxos, 2 CDs); Telemann Concerto for Flute & Oboe with James Galway.
For Mr. Anthony Camden's CDs information please visit: http://www.naxos.com/artistinfo/bio100.htm#disco
Comments from Mr. Anthony Camden:
Ke-Xun Ge was a pupil of mine at the Guildhall School of Music in the 1980's. He very quickly became an expert at making oboe reeds. I started playing on his reeds in 1988. Since then I have only used Ke-Xun's reeds for all performances and recordings. They are beautifully made and can be easily adjusted to suit all players. Once Ke-Xun knows whether you want a soft or hard reed and all other points like length and width then it is very easy to be happy playing the oboe. His reeds vibrate incredibly well and make a lovely sound. I wish they were available earlier in my career. Anyway, now I am very happy and confident about playing as long as I have his reeds. He is forever researching ways of making them better. This is a very good sign."

On Oboe cane:

"Congratulations on finding the oboe and bassoon cane in China. I am amazed at how good it is. Last Summer on my European trip I found that your Chinese cane was much better than all the other canes I had. The best 6 reeds that I had were all Chinese cane. I found the sound very warm, the dynamics were incredible. Playing very very softly was very easy, as was fortissimo! The vibrations were so good that it was possible to be able to put a lot of weight on every note and the intonation stayed very stable. The final point is that I found that the Chinese cane also lasts a long time and remains strong. I am certain that you will have a great deal of success wth this Chinese cane, and I love the colour of it as well!"
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