The Illustrated Encyclopedia Of Oboe Reedmaking contains over 338 color illustrations and photographs of the reedmaking process, 222 pages of text and information on reedmaking; an index, footnotes, glossary, list of illustrations, and list of tables. The book is printed in the USA on 80#, acid-free, matte paper.
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From The Introduction: The Workspace

From Lesson 4: Tying The Reed

Cover Left-hand version
Cover Left-hand version
From Lesson 3: Reed Adjustment
From Lesson 3: Reed Adjustment
From Lesson 8: Sharpening With Bench Stones
From Lesson 8: Sharpening With Bench Stones
From Lesson 6: Gouging The Cane
From Lesson 6: Gouging The Cane
From Lesson 1: Knife Sharpening And Scraping
From Lesson 1: Knife Sharpening And Scraping
From Lesson 6: Gouging The Cane
From Lesson 6: Gouging The Cane
From Lesson 4: Tying The Reed
From Lesson 4: Tying The Reed
From Lesson 6: Gouging The Cane
From Lesson 6: Gouging The Cane
From Lesson 4: Tying Essentials
From Lesson 4: Tying Essentials
From Lesson 5: Shaping The Cane
From Lesson 5: Shaping The Cane
From Lesson 4: Tying The Reed
From Lesson 4: Tying The Reed
From Lesson 5: Shaping The Cane
From Lesson 5: Shaping The Cane
From Lesson 2: Steeling And Scraping
From Lesson 2: Steeling And Scraping
From Lesson 2: Steeling And Scraping
From Lesson 2: Steeling And Scraping
From Lesson 7: Reedmaking For Non-Reedmakers
From Lesson 7: Reedmaking For Non-Reedmakers
Scraping The Lower Back. Scraping here collapses the reed and/or adds low vibrations to the crow.

From Lesson 3: Finishing And Adjusting The Reed

Lesson 1: Scraping The Reed Blank

From Lesson 1: Knife Sharpening And Scraping

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