bassoon


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The second movement, an andante moderato, brought with it more melody, albeit on the sorrowful end of the scale, with an otherworldy atmosphere and a winding theme from the bassoon which was replicated in the woodwind, while the finale heralded possibly the first ever solo Carpenter says when he thinks of the bassoon he hears a human baritone voice in his head; a melancholy and contemplative baritone if his concerto, written in topsy-turvy fashion from the middle out, is anything to go by.
To my ears other pearls included the first movement of the Bassoon Concerto in G minor, the Allegro in the Violin Concerto in D minor and the Allegro assai in the Sinfonia in F major.
Students of flute professor Molly Barth and bassoon professor Steve Vacchi will perform chamber music by Charles Gounod, Jean Franaix, Gustav Holst and others.
Strauss's duet-concertino for clarinet and bassoon was also enjoyable, with Christopher Richards and Andrew Barnell playing with great intelligence and insight.
Janet Hilton, the clarinetist, has performed with Britain's finest orchestras, and Laurence Perkins is principal bassoon for Manchester Camerata and has performed much of the bassoon's solo repertoire.
Featured teachers: Eric Ohlsson, oboe; and Jeff Keesecker, bassoon.
The viewer can then read the score of the clarinet or bassoon music being played at the bottom of the screen.
Wind Music for horn, bassoon, percussion, and piano by Whitney Prince.
Ed also studies at the Birmingham Junior Conservatoire with bassoon as his principal instrument.
ALAN Pendlebury, the RLPO's principal bassoon, describes his instrument as the 'Cinderella' of the orchestra, and wants to urge more youngsters to take up playing it.
Radek Baborak - french horn, Wenzel Fuchs - clarinet, Raphael Haeger - percussion, Dalibor Karvay, Vladimir Klansky and Aida Shabuova - violins, Jiri Zigmund and Jan Simon - violas, Hana Baborakova-Shabuova - cello, Pavel Nejtek - double bass, Roskovec - bassoon, Jan Voboril, Jan Musil and Lukas Korec - french horns.
TONIGHT City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra: Conductor Andris Nelsons, oboe Jonathan Kelly, bassoon Pascal Gallois, contra bassoon Margaret Cookhorn - Woolrich, Strauss, Berio, Stravinsky: Birmingham Symphony Hall, 7.
Hartman is a sophomore majoring in bassoon performance, studying with Steve Vacchi.
This concert is also a rare opportunity to hear the bassoon as a solo instrument, with long-serving SPO member Elizabeth Free stepping into the limelight to play the solo part in Godfrey's Lucy Long.
Clogs, the more traditional of the coupling, opened the gig with a tune featuring an ethereal combination of guitar, violin, steel drum and bassoon.