Guillaume Guidé (1859-1917), Belgian oboist and teacher at the Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles is a very interesting figure, who nevertheless seems to have fallen through the cracks of music history, and is hardly mentioned anywhere in the standard literature. This may be because the Brussels conservatorium didn't enjoy the same illustrious reputation as the Conservatoire de Paris around the turn of the century, and because Guidé was rather overshadowed by his Parisian colleague Georges Gillet, but is probably also due to the fact that his career took a very different path when he was at the height of his powers...
|Title of host publication||ROHRBLATT|
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - Sep 2009|
- Brussels Conservatorium
- Monnaie opera house
- Belgian Oboe school