For a while now I’ve maintained lists of woodwind doublers’ websites and blogs, but, as it turns out, a number of fine woodwind doublers also have entertaining and/or informative Twitter feeds. Starting today, you can check them out on this site, or head on over to Twitter to “follow.”
If you’re looking for a good list to follow that focuses on a specific instrument, you might try one of these:
- or @MazzaClarinet/woodwind for a variety of woodwind players who aren’t necessarily doublers
I haven’t been able to find a great oboe list. Let me know if you start one (looking at you, @pattyoboe).
Twitter lists, if you’re unfamiliar, are put together by individual Twitter users, and are a good way to keep track of a group without cluttering up your personal Twitter timeline.