Small oboe made from two pieces of boxwood. The instrument has ten holes and six metal keys.
This small oboe was owned by Alberto Lazoli (3-7-1906/4-12-1987), oboe musician, conductor and teacher at Music School of the Rio de Janeiro Federal University (UFRJ). Lazoli also worked at Rádio Nacional, taking part in successful programs such as “Ao soar o carrilhão…” where he accompanied Francisco Alves, amongst others.
Consulting Thiago Neves (2014)
DICIONÁRIO CRAVO ALBIM DE MÚSICA POPULAR BRASILEIRA, 2014.