Bassoon and piano

  1. Amazing Grace

    Amazing Grace

    Composer: Trad Arranger: McDuffie, R
    Instrumentation: Solo and piano Instruments: Bassoon, Piano
    Genre: Folk music

    As low as: $15.00

    For Bassoon and Piano, this is a nice and traditional setting of Amazing Grace. It will work for a recital, church service or really any concert setting one can think of. Learn More
  2. Aria con Varizioni

    Aria con Varizioni

    Composer: Händel, Georg Friedrich Arranger: Ruske, Eric
    Instrumentation: Solo and piano Instruments: Bassoon, Piano
    Genre: Baroque

    As low as: $18.00

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  3. Arpeggione Sonata

    Arpeggione Sonata

    Composer: Schubert, Franz Arranger: Werden, David
    Instrumentation: Solo and piano Instruments: Bassoon, Piano

    As low as: $25.00

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  4. Dance of the Blessed Sprits

    Dance of the Blessed Sprits

    Composer: Gluck, C W Arranger: Winter, Denis
    Instrumentation: Solo and piano Instruments: Bassoon, Piano

    As low as: $17.00

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  5. Pie Jesu

    Pie Jesu

    Composer: Faure, Gabriel Arranger: Doughty, Bryan
    Instrumentation: Solo and piano Instruments: Bassoon, Piano
    Genre: Romantic

    As low as: $15.00

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  6. Sonata for Bassoon and Piano

    Sonata for Bassoon and Piano

    Composer: York, Barbara
    Instrumentation: Solo and piano Instruments: Bassoon, Piano
    Genre: Contemporary

    As low as: $20.00

    with Piano

    This piece for bassoon and piano was written for my daughter, Megan Potter, for her Senior Recital in Bassoon in 2002. As I tend to write “concept” pieces, this Sonata was designed to be very personal and to revolve around my daughter and our immediate family.

    The first movement depicts the “happy family” of her childhood, when we were all together. The second movement expresses some of the tender feelings she was then having for the young man whom she eventually married.

    The third movement is one of my “Matthew” movements. I find that I often have my son in mind when I write some of my most cheerful and lively pieces and this one displays a certain jauntiness and irrepressible jocularity that Matthew always had as a young child. 

    Notes by Barbara York

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