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Anton Bruckner (1824-1896)
Symphony No. 9 in D minor with finale
Samale Phillips Cohrs Mazzuca
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Paris 1937
a hommage to
"Trio d'anches de Paris"
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Gustav Mahler (1860-1911)
Symphony No. 1 in D major
“Titan”
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bassoon FAGOTT! basson
Schubert | Weber | Hindemith | Schulhoff
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Many musical instruments have been subject to a rigorous process of selection, comparable to the “survival of the fittest” among evolving life forms, where the survivors are those best suited to their environment. The twists and turns of evolution are evident in the bassoon, which like the oboe has developed from shawm instruments with a double-reed mouthpiece. Hanno Dönneweg and the Radio-Sinfonieorchester present selected pieces, all of them especially arranged for bassoon and orchestra.

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Track List
Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
Concerto for Bassoon & Strings in G minor after the Arpeggione Sonata D. 821 (arranged by Andreas N. Tarkmann)
1.
Allegro moderato
10:31
2.
Adagio
3:46
3.
Allegretto
8:24



Carl Maria von Weber (1786-1826)
Andante e Rondo ungarese for Bassoon & Orchestra, Op. 35 (J 158)
4.
Andante
4:00
5.
Allegretto ungarese
5:37



Paul Hindemith (1895-1963)
Sonata for bassoon and chamber orchestra  (arranged by Andreas N. Tarkmann)
6.
Leicht bewegt
2:19
7.
Langsam - Marsch – Pastorale
6:24



Paul Hindemith
8.
A frog he went a-courting
5:50

Variations on an Old-English Nursery Song for Bassoon & Chamber Orchestra (arranged by Andreas N. Tarkmann)



Erwin Schulho (1894-1942)
Hot Sonata for Bassoon & Orchestra (arranged by Andreas N. Tarkmann)
9.
Viertel = 66
4:07
10.
Viertel = 112
1:53
11.
Lamentuoso ma molto grotesco
3:52
12.
Halbe = 132
5:07

total time:
1:02:11

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