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a musician who plays the bassoon

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The composition was premiered by the soprano Aneta Bendova and the bassoonist and flautist Stefanie Liedtke.
The bassoonist, who is a sought-after soloist and chamber musician, began his studies with LEiszlE Hara in Helsinki, continuing on as a post-graduate student at the Hanns Eisler Academy of Music in Berlin, where he studied with Klaus Thunemann.
One Juilliard bassoonist gave a concert featuring indie rock-song variations alongside classical works.
The mood lightens considerably with Paul Moravec's Andy Warhol Sez: (2005), a work for bassoon and piano requiring the bassoonist to recite a short quote from Warhol before each of seven brief sketches.
If there was one slight reservation that was that the large orchestra rather swamped the often delicate tones of the bassoon, ably played by the principal bassoonist of the RLPO, Alan Pendlebury.
Stephen Reay, Northern Sinfonia's principal bassoonist, must have had his fill of quips like 'Why is a bassoon better than an oboe?
Finalists were bassoonist Naomi Mace from Egglescliffe; Azusa Tanner, a pianist and at 13 the youngest competitor who attends Conyers School in Yarm and 16 year-old soprano Clare Tunney from St Mary's College, Middlesbrough.
William Dawson has had a medical practice specializing in orthopedic and hand problems, and as a bassoonist has also enjoyed a career as a performer and teacher.
The major cause is the conducting of former bassoonist Evelino Pido, who himself seems to suffer from bouts of somnambulism.
Dawson, a retired hand surgeon, is a bassoonist, medical consultant to musician's organizations, and retired professor of orthopedic surgery at Northwestern U, who specializes in performing arts medicine.
With a recording contract with top label Universal Classics And Jazz as the prize, the two young Scots - guitarist Ian and bassoonist Karen - and Irish pianist Sophie need to give the performance of their lives at prestigious London venue LSO St Luke's, accompanied by a 40-piece professional orchestra, the City of London Sinfonia.
He was an excellent bassoonist and had toured with youth ensembles and played in professional orchestras.
And cellist Peter Stumpf, bassoonist David Breidenthal, oboist Ariana Ghez, flutist Catherine Ransom Karoly, clarinetist Michele Zukovsky, trumpeter James Wilt and several percussionists brought nuance and vibrancy to the work.
Works by Dirie ("Anjo breve," in three parts) and Heitor Villa-Lobos ("Corrupio, bailado") form the Latin American portion of a program by Brazilian bassoonist Benjamin Coelho and the Maia String Quartet.