Schiller Elite V Conservatory Oboe with Selected Grenadilla Wood-Open Hole Gold Plated Keys is perfectly suited for the advancing player with a Full Conservatory Key System which produces a Rich Harmonic Sound. Solid and Smooth Keywork features a 3rd Octave Key. The hand Selected Grenadilla Wood produces an outstanding dark, deep rich tone with excellent performance.
Following Keys Standard:
- LOW Bb
- Many Basic Student models play a ponlyto low B natural. When one looks at the oboe and sees Open holes in the bell and no mechanism (pad) to cover them, there is no low Bb on that instrument
- LEFT HAND F KEY
- This allows the player another option to fingering a F. This is essential to more Advanced players in executing certain passages and in choosing the desired tone color versus the forked F
- FORKED F and Bb Resonance Keys
- These improve the quality and pitch of their respective notes. The more basic student models as well as the Tabuteau models of the professional line of oboes do not have These resonance keys.
- Ab-Bb trill mechanism
- This greatly simplifies the fingering of this trill. Without this mechanism,creating a true trill between these two notes is not possible
- Left hand C-D trill
- Provides an alternative to the right hand C-D trill lever
- Auxiliary Low C
- This key facilitates the low C to C# transition and simplifies the trill
- Low B-C# trill mechanism
- Allows for a seamless transition in executing this trill
The Schiller Elite Conservatory Oboe with Selected Grenadilla Wood is German Engineered and uses the finest components.
With their hands on approach, Schiller band instruments achieve their goal of producing quality instruments that are affordable to all musicians.
Full conservatory system
- Left hand F key
- F resonance mechanism
- F (sharp) key tab
- B tab
- Articulated C (sharp) mechanism
- A (flat)-B (flat) trill key with A height adjustment
- G (sharp)-A trill key
- Low C-C (sharp) trill key
- Assembly key C-D and B-C (sharp) trills
- Low B (flat) key with resonance vent
- Third octave key
- Split D ring mechanism