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Less between words, more between sounds, this dialogue is centered around the romantic repertoire of the 1840s. Some of the most important pages of music for the instrument were written during this period, such as Robert Schumann’s Romances for oboe and piano, op. 94. He dedicated these to his wife, Clara, who was then inspired to write her Romances for violin and piano, op. 22.

Here, the oboe and the piano converse on equal terms — illuminating not only the dialogue between the instruments, but between the musicians as well, which is inherent to the richness of this music.

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released October 15, 2014

Recorded in Salle Henri-Gagnon, Université Laval, Québec, Canada
Oboe and oboe d'amore - Vincent Boilard
Piano - Olivier Hébert-Bouchard
Recording, sound engineering, mixing, editing and photography - Étienne Chénard
Graphic designer - Mireille Perreault
Translation - Cassidy Hildebrand

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Vincent Boilard Quebec, Québec

Originally from Mont-Joli, Canada, Vincent Boilard holds a Master of Arts in Performance from the Geneva University of Music, where he studied with many of today's great oboe masters. Laureate of several competitions, Mr. Boilard performs regularly with prominent Canadian ensembles, including the Orchestre symphonique de Québec, Les Violons du Roy and the Ensemble contemporain de Montréal. ... more

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