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School of Music’s Laila Storch republishes biography of renowned oboist, teacher Marcel Tabuteau

Submitted by Humanities Web Project on January 30, 2018 - 9:15am
Marcel Tabuteau by Laila Storch
Marcel Tabuteau by Laila Storch

Marcel Tabuteau was a world-renowned oboist for decades with the Philadelphia Orchestra and a professor at the prestigious Curtis Institute of Music in that city. He is considered the founder of the American school of oboe playing.

Laila Storch is a professor emerita in the University of Washington School of Music, and a highly respected oboist who studied with Tabuteau at the institute and has enjoyed a lengthy performance and academic career. The New York Times has called her “a revered chronicler of oboe lore.”

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