Laubin Oboe For Sale - Rosewood (c1990)

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A. Laubin
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$9,000.00
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Beautiful Laubin Rosewood Oboe in great condition. Handmade in NY, 1990. No history of cracks. Played by professional whose primary musical emphasis was with early instruments.  Regular practice, with a sprinkling of recitals.  It has plenty of great years of music making ahead. Fully serviced by David Teitlebaum, including pads, adjustments and silver.  Dark and expressive tone.  Beautiful hue, as is obvious in pictures. 

Laubin oboes are truly handmade.  Every part of the key mechanism is essentially custom-fit to the body of the instrument.  The wood is aged for at least ten years, exposed to the outside air, so that it will be ready to endure both outdoor summer concerts and drafty orchestra pits. 

The keys are heavily silver-plated and hand-burnished for beauty and durability.  A synthetic liner in the upper joint helps to prevent cracking and extend the life of the oboe. The bore, undercutting, and tone-hole placement have been perfected over eight decades.  

Well priced for an instrument of this quality and scarcity. Original Laubin hard case.  $9000.  Call for more information and terms of trial.  Due to the nature of this item, it is sold directly through Kathy, and not through website.

Beautiful Laubin Rosewood Oboe in great condition. Handmade in NY, 1990. No history of cracks. Played by professional whose primary musical emphasis was with early instruments.  Regular practice, with a sprinkling of recitals.  It has plenty of great years of music making ahead. Fully serviced by David Teitlebaum, including pads, adjustments and silver.  Dark and expressive tone.  Beautiful hue, as is obvious in pictures. 

Laubin oboes are truly handmade.  Every part of the key mechanism is essentially custom-fit to the body of the instrument.  The wood is aged for at least ten years, exposed to the outside air, so that it will be ready to endure both outdoor summer concerts and drafty orchestra pits. 

The keys are heavily silver-plated and hand-burnished for beauty and durability.  A synthetic liner in the upper joint helps to prevent cracking and extend the life of the oboe. The bore, undercutting, and tone-hole placement have been perfected over eight decades.  

Well priced for an instrument of this quality and scarcity. Original Laubin hard case.  $9000.  Call for more information and terms of trial.  Due to the nature of this item, it is sold directly through Kathy, and not through website.