Okay, can someone tell what the third (red circled) note is please? 
 - If it’s an E, then all that’s needed is the natural sign - If it’s an F, then all that’s needed is the E and the sharp sign, or just write an F (with a natural if you’re extra)  - If it’s an Eb then just leave it as an E since there are two flats in the signature
I’d say it’s an F… But I dunno. Actually I’d say E# due to enharmonics. Also the reason why there’s a D# instead of an Eb is cos he’s modulating to two sharps in the next bar so I dunno, maybe he wants his players to get ready to think sharps. Whatever :P
This is a random piece by Henri Busser for Oboe

Okay, can someone tell what the third (red circled) note is please? 

 - If it’s an E, then all that’s needed is the natural sign
 - If it’s an F, then all that’s needed is the E and the sharp sign, or just write an F (with a natural if you’re extra) 
 - If it’s an Eb then just leave it as an E since there are two flats in the signature

I’d say it’s an F… But I dunno. Actually I’d say E# due to enharmonics. Also the reason why there’s a D# instead of an Eb is cos he’s modulating to two sharps in the next bar so I dunno, maybe he wants his players to get ready to think sharps. Whatever :P

This is a random piece by Henri Busser for Oboe

9 June 2011 ·

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