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The origins of the dulcian are obscure, but by the mid-16th century it was available in as many as eight different sizes, from soprano ...

Bassoon - New World Encyclopedia

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The origins of the dulcian are obscure, but by the mid-sixteenth ... Notable makers of the 4-key and 5-key baroque bassoon include ...

bassoon | musical instrument | Britannica.com

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Bassoon, French basson, German Fagott , the principal bass instrument of the ... In performance, the bassoon is held aslant on a sling. ... Article History.

Bassoon | Definition of Bassoon by Merriam-Webster

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Define bassoon: a large musical instrument that is shaped like a tube, makes low sounds, and is played by blowing into a ... Origin and Etymology of bassoon.

Hey Kids, It's a Bassoon - Making Music Fun

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Learn Bassoon History, How It's Made, How It's Played, About the Bassoon Family, and Fun Facts | Creative Resources for Elementary Music Education.

Bassoon - OnMusic Dictionary - Term

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May 18, 2016 ... HISTORY: Sometime before 1636 the one-piece instrument the curtall was changed into a separately jointed instrument in France, come be ...

Bassoon | Define Bassoon at Dictionary.com

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Bassoon definition, a large woodwind instrument of low range, with a ... Origin of bassoon ... Pogliani gave up the bassoon for the fork, spoon, and saucepan.

bassoon (n.) - Online Etymology Dictionary

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bassoon (n.) Look up bassoon at Dictionary.com: 1727, from French basson (17c. ), from Italian bassone, augmentative of basso (see bass (adj.)). Compare ...

Bassoon

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The bassoon is a woodwind instrument in the double reed family that plays in ..... Much of the early history of the bassoon is known through its representation in ...

fagott - Wiktionary

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Etymology[edit]. From German Fagott (“bassoon”), from Italian fagotto (“ bassoon”) ... Noun[edit]. fagott c. bassoon (musical instrument in the woodwind family) ...

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A VERY Short History of Bassoon - Central Washington University

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Jun 11, 2005 ... A VERY Short History of Bassoon. The history of both the oboe and basson can be traced back to an instrument called the shawm .

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Who invented the bassoon? | Reference.com

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Frenchman Martin Hottetere invented the bassoon around the 1650s, according to Bassoon Resource. ... What is the history of the emerald ash borer? A:.