In the latter part of the autumn of 1818 Turner, a player on the hautboy, came to Frankfort.
The young Lord hautboy, her eldest son, was now just of age.
I have added a short recitative with hautboy and bassoon, for here recitative is much liked.
Poor hautboy almost cried as he gave this account of his own misfortune.
I made him a present of a concerto for the hautboy; it is being copied in Cannabich's room.
"He's going to get well after all," said hautboy that evening, just before dinner.
Nearly allied to these are the clarionet, the hautboy, and bassoon.
Her voice is a contralto, but not deep, and with upper notes like a hautboy's.
“Heard on Fraser's hautboy, it used to fill my eyes with tears,” Burns himself once wrote.
The church bell was silent now, but the hautboy did not cease.
1570s, from French hautbois "high wood" (15c.; see oboe). The "high" is haut in its secondary sense of "high-pitched." Frequently nativized as hoboy.
This Pageaunt waz clozd vp with a delectable harmony of Hautboiz, Shalmz, Coronets, and such oother looud muzik. [Robert Laneham, 1575]