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  1. Concerto in D Major, K. 314

    Composer: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Arranger: Yang, Myles Mingyuan
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Bassoon, Piano
    Genre: Classical

    with Piano

    Originally for flute solo and piano, the piano reduction is based on Carl Burchard’s edition which was published by Leipzig: Breitkopf und Hartel, Plate V.A. 2577. The arrangement is kept in the original key for bassoon players to better know the original work. Using the original key will also help students find piano collaborators. The bassoon part in this edition is transposed and edited by Mingyuan Yang from traditional flute practice. Some phrases have been modified to better suit the bassoon. Some dynamic markings have been added and edited in the solo part by the editor. Grace notes before trills have been omitted so performers can choose for themselves to either start on the upper auxiliary or lower auxiliary. The piano reduction has been modified to keep the chord relationship and better fit with the bassoon texture via octave displacement in certain sections to keep the appropriate harmonic relationship of the bassoon line. Cross staff chords are rearranged to stay in the same system with clef changes. Some dynamic markings and articulations in the piano reduction have been modified to enhance balance and match articulation with the bassoon.

    NOTE: Mozart arranged the music of this concerto in two different keys, C major for oboe and D major for flute, both numbered K. 314. The flute edition is the easier choice for the player who wants to learn and perform this music. The oboe edition is the more challenging of the two because the range is high on bassoon, making it an effective work to show off the top register of the instrument. Conversely, the more accessible bassoon range of the flute edition allows ample opportunity to display lyrical expression.

    Edited for bassoon by Myles Mingyuan Yang.

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  2. Concerto in D Major, K. 412

    Composer: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Arranger: Yang, Myles Mingyuan
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Bassoon, Piano
    Genre: Classical

    with Piano

    Originally for horn, the piano reduction is based on Henri Kling’s edition which was published by Leipzig: Breitkopf und Hartel, n.d. (ca. 1881). Plate 15635 E.B. 2561. The arrangement is kept in the original key for bassoon players to better know the original work. Using the original key will also help students find piano collaborators. The bassoon part in this edition is transposed and edited by Myles Mingyuan Yang from traditional horn practice. Some phrases have been modified to better suit the bassoon. Some dynamic markings have been added and edited in the solo part by the editor. Grace notes before trills have been omitted so performers can choose for themselves to either start on the upper auxiliary or lower auxiliary. The piano reduction has been modified to keep the chord relationship and better fit with the bassoon texture via octave displacement in certain sections to keep the appropriate harmonic relationship of the bassoon line. Cross staff chords are rearranged to stay in the same system with clef changes. Some dynamic markings and articulations in the piano reduction have been modified to enhance balance and match articulation with the bassoon.

    Suggested articulations and dynamics have been added by the editor. Bowing marks are occasionally added to help with showing motive shapes. Suggested fingerings have been provided in the practice notes. But they may not work on every bassoon. Finger names are indicated by Left/Right hand 1 2 3 4, counting from the index finger to the pinky. Repeated trill fingerings are only listed where they first appear in the music. Some musical passages can be challenging so alternate options are provided in the practice notes. Some alternative interpretations are also marked in the music as Ossia.

    Edited for bassoon by Myles Mingyuan Yang

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  3. Concerto in E-flat Major, K. 417

    Composer: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Arranger: Yang, Myles Mingyuan
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Bassoon, Piano
    Genre: Classical

    with Piano

    Originally for horn, the piano reduction is based on Henri Kling’s edition which was published by Leipzig: Breitkopf und Hartel, n.d. (ca. 1890). Plate E.B. 2562. The arrangement is kept in the original key for bassoon players to better know the original work. Using the original key will also help students find piano collaborators. The bassoon part in this edition is transposed and edited by Myles Mingyuan Yang from traditional horn practice. Some phrases have been modified to better suit the bassoon. Some dynamic markings have been added and edited in the solo part by the editor. Grace notes before trills have been omitted so performers can choose for themselves to either start on the upper auxiliary or lower auxiliary. The piano reduction has been modified to keep the chord relationship and better fit with the bassoon texture via octave displacement in certain sections to keep the appropriate harmonic relationship of the bassoon line. Cross staff chords are rearranged to stay in the same system with clef changes. Some dynamic markings and articulations in the piano reduction have been modified to enhance balance and match articulation with the bassoon.

    Suggested articulations and dynamics have been added by the editor. Bowing marks are occasionally added to help with showing motive shapes. Suggested fingerings have been provided in the practice notes. But they may not work on every bassoon. Finger names are indicated by Left/Right hand 1 2 3 4, counting from the index finger to the pinky. Repeated trill fingerings are only listed where they first appear in the music. Some musical passages can be challenging so alternate options are provided in the practice notes. Some alternative interpretations are also marked in the music as Ossia.

    Edited for bassoon by Myles Mingyuan Yang

     

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  4. Concerto in E-flat Major, K. 447

    Composer: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Arranger: Yang, Myles Mingyuan
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Bassoon, Piano
    Genre: Classical

    with Piano

    Originally for horn, the piano reduction is based on Henri Kling’s edition which was published by Leipzig: Breitkopf und Hartel, n.d. (ca. 1890). Plate E.B. 2563. The arrangement is kept in the original key for bassoon players to better know the original work. Using the original key will also help students find piano collaborators. The bassoon part in this edition is transposed and edited by Myles Mingyuan Yang from traditional horn practice. Some phrases have been modified to better suit the bassoon. Some dynamic markings have been added and edited in the solo part by the editor. Grace notes before trills have been omitted so performers can choose for themselves to either start on the upper auxiliary or lower auxiliary. The piano reduction has been modified to keep the chord relationship and better fit with the bassoon texture via octave displacement in certain sections to keep the appropriate harmonic relationship of the bassoon line. Cross staff chords are rearranged to stay in the same system with clef changes. Some dynamic markings and articulations in the piano reduction have been modified to enhance balance and match articulation with the bassoon.

    Suggested articulations and dynamics have been added by the editor. Bowing marks are occasionally added to help with showing motive shapes. Suggested fingerings have been provided in the practice notes. But they may not work on every bassoon. Finger names are indicated by Left/Right hand 1 2 3 4, counting from the index finger to the pinky. Repeated trill fingerings are only listed where they first appear in the music. Some musical passages can be challenging so alternate options are provided in the practice notes. Some alternative interpretations are also marked in the music as Ossia.

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  5. Concerto in E-flat Major, K. 495

    Composer: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Arranger: Yang, Myles Mingyuan
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Bassoon, Piano
    Genre: Classical

    with Piano

    Originally for horn, the piano reduction is based on Carl Burchard’s flute edition which was published by Leipzig: Breitkopf und Hartel, Plate V.A. 2577. The arrangement is kept in the original key for bassoon players to better know the original work. Using the original key will also help students find piano collaborators. The bassoon part in this edition is transposed and edited by Mingyuan Yang from traditional flute practice. Some phrases have been modified to better suit the bassoon. Some dynamic markings have been added and edited in the solo part by the editor. Grace notes before trills have been omitted so performers can choose for themselves to either start on the upper auxiliary or lower auxiliary. The piano reduction has been modified to keep the chord relationship and better fit with the bassoon texture via octave displacement in certain sections to keep the appropriate harmonic relationship of the bassoon line. Cross staff chords are rearranged to stay in the same system with clef changes. Some dynamic markings and articulations in the piano reduction have been modified to enhance balance and match articulation with the bassoon.

    NOTE: Mozart arranged the music of this concerto in two different keys, C major for oboe and D major for flute, both numbered K. 314. The flute edition is the easier choice for the player who wants to learn and perform this music. The oboe edition is the more challenging of the two because the range is high on bassoon, making it an effective work to show off the top register of the instrument. Conversely, the more accessible bassoon range of the flute edition allows ample opportunity to display lyrical expression.

    Edited for bassoon by Mingyuan Yang.

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  6. Concerto in G Major, K. 313

    Composer: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Arranger: Yang, Myles Mingyuan
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Bassoon, Piano
    Genre: Classical

    with Piano

    The piano reduction is based on August Horn’s edition which was published by Leipzig: Breitkopf und Hartel,  Plate 5816-36. The arrangement is kept in the original key for bassoon players to better know the original work. Using the original key will also help students find piano collaborators. The bassoon part in this edition is transposed and edited by Myles Mingyuan Yang from traditional flute practice. Some phrases have been modified to better suit the bassoon. Some dynamic markings have been added and edited in the solo part by the editor. Grace notes before trills have been omitted so performers can choose for themselves to either start on the upper auxiliary or lower auxiliary. The piano reduction has been modified to keep the chord relationship and better fit with the bassoon texture via octave displacement in certain sections to keep the appropriate harmonic relationship of the bassoon line. Cross staff chords are rearranged to stay in the same system with clef changes. Some dynamic markings and articulations in the piano reduction have been modified to enhance balance and match articulation with the bassoon.

    Suggested articulations and dynamics have been added by the editor. Bowing marks are occasionally added to help with showing motive shapes. Suggested fingerings have been provided in the practice notes. But they may not work on every bassoon. Finger names are indicated by Left/Right hand 1 2 3 4, counting from the index finger to the pinky. Repeated trill fingerings are only listed where they first appear in the music. Some musical passages can be challenging so alternate options are provided in the practice notes. Some alternative interpretations are also marked in the music as Ossia.

    Edited for bassoon by Myles Mingyuan Yang

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  7. Contrabassoon Sonata

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

    with Piano

    UIL Prescribed Music List: 215-133422

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  8. Dance of the Blessed Sprits

    Composer: Gluck, Christoph Willibald Arranger: Winter, Denis
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Bassoon, Piano
    Genre: Classical
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  9. Devil's Songbook, The

    Composer: Vogel, Roger C.
    Instrumentation: Mixed Ensemble Instruments: Bassoon, Cello, Piano, Voice
    Genre: Contemporary
    THE DEVIL’S SONGBOOK “Eight Irreverent Songs” for medium or high voice, bassoon (or cello or contrabass) and piano is based on humorous texts which explore the nature of various aspects of human nature. The songs are entitled Of Politicians (lyrics by William Shakespeare and Hilaire Belloc), Of Businessmen (lyrics by Mark Twain), Of Critics and Music (lyrics by Robert F. Murray, Charles Lamb and the composer), Of Vanity (lyrics by James Thomson), Of Attorneys (lyrics derived from an anonymous quote on the Headstone of Mr. Jonathan Gill, Esq. who died February 6, 1751), Of the Media (lyrics by Humbert Wolfe), Of Vanity (anonymous lyrics), and Of Celebration (lyrics by Dorothy Parker). Learn More

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  10. Emanations

    Composer: Buss, Howard J.
    Instrumentation: Duet Instruments: Bassoon, Drum Set
    Genre: Contemporary
    EMANATIONS for two bassoons and drum set by Howard J. Buss was written for Arnold Irchai, Tama Kott, Greg Frye, and the 2016 IDRS Conference. It is in three movements: Variegated Anticipation, Serenity, and Faceted Radiance. Learn More

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  11. Emperor's Bird's-Nest, The

    Composer: Pardus, William
    Instrumentation: Ensemble Instruments: Bassoon, Piano, Voice
    Genre: Contemporary
    Alto, Piano and Bassoon; Learn More

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  12. Enchanted Garden, The

    Composer: Buss, Howard J.
    Instrumentation: Solo and String orchestra Instruments: Cello, Viola, Violin
    Genre: Contemporary
    THE ENCHANTED GARDEN for bassoon, violin, viola, and cello by Howard J. Buss was composed for Keith Sweger and the 2016 IDRS Conference. The character of the music is meditative and reflective, Buss states, “While presenting the instruments in an interesting and flattering way, the primary goal of the music is to transport the listeners to a sonic world analogous to that of a lavish garden shimmering in the beautiful ambiance created by the late afternoon sun.” Learn More

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  13. Entertainer, The

    Composer: Joplin, Scott Arranger: Thomas, David R
    Instrumentation: Quartet Instruments: Bassoon
    Genre: Ragtime

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  14. Essay for Bassoon

    Composer: Pethel, Stan
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Bassoon, Piano
    Genre: Contemporary
    with Piano; This is a contemporary work that will be a nice challenge for a High School student and a perfect recital piece for a College student. It is audience friendly and the piano accompaniment is not too difficult. Learn More

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  15. Fantasy Quartet

    Composer: Jordan, Scott
    Instrumentation: Quartet Instruments: Bassoon, Clarinet, Flute, Marimba
    Genre: Contemporary
    3 movements: Pixie Dance, Magic Forest, and Sprites. The first movement is a spirited, playful forest scene which employs contrasting metric feels simultaneously The Second evokes a mysterious nocturnal ambience with an overlapping of ethereal long tones and echoes. The third is quick and dance-like. Utilizing a 4-note scale, its colorful, rhythmic melodies are juggled among the 4 instruments Learn More

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  16. Four Miniatures

    Composer: Buss, Howard J.
    Instrumentation: Duet Instruments: Bassoon
    Genre: Contemporary
    A vibrant and colorful sonatina This picturesque composition is in 4 movements: Aggressive, Contemplative, Buoyant, and Energetic. The playful, yet sophisticated character of the music makes this an entertaining, audience-friendly work. Recorded on the Soundview Multimedia CD "Duettino" by Arnold Irchai and Tama Kott. Learn More

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  17. Four Sketches

    Composer: Hanna, Reed
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Bassoon, Piano
    Genre: Contemporary

    with Piano

    Inspired by Gordon Jacob’s Four Sketches for bassoon and piano, Hanna’s work of the same title brings to life four different sketches using his own compositional voice. Like Jacob’s work, Hanna retains a sometimes humorous, sometimes reflective, yet always intensely colorful and inspiring point of view. The movements are titled “It’s a Circus In Here, Jasper!”, “The Mighty Sea”, “Front Porch Reminiscences” and “Spaghetti Western”.

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  18. Funeral March of a Marionette

    Composer: Gounod, Charles Arranger: Bolasky, Douglas R.
    Instrumentation: Quartet Instruments: Bassoon, Contrabassoon
    Genre: Classical
    includes optional Contrabassoon part Learn More

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