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date: 23 October 2019

Taylor, Marsha ( Lee) locked

  • Christopher Brodersen

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(b Montreal, Quebec, 9 Feb 1952). American oboist and maker of early oboes, based in Eugene, Oregon. She studied modern oboe with Alan Vogel at the California Institute of the Arts (1970–75) and privately with Marc Lifschey (1971–3). Her Baroque oboe teachers included Ku Ebbinge and Stephen Hammer. She served as an adjunct instructor of Baroque oboe at the University of Southern California School of Music. Taylor began making Baroque oboes in 1985, after receiving initial guidance from the flute maker Rod Cameron and coaching in wood turning from a furniture maker. Otherwise, she is self-taught in her craft. She offers Baroque oboes after Schlegel and J. Denner, an oboe d’amore after Poerschmann, and a Classical oboe after Delusse. By 2012 Taylor had completed about 30 instruments and was the only maker in the USA to offer an oboe d’amore based on Poerschmann’s original (at ...

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