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 ...
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, French basson, German Fagott , the principal bass instrument of the ...
In performance, the bassoon is held aslant on a sling. ... Article History.
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.
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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 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.) Look up bassoon at Dictionary.com: 1727, from French basson (17c.
), from Italian bassone, augmentative of basso (see bass (adj.)). Compare ...
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 ...
Etymology. From German Fagott (“bassoon”), from Italian fagotto (“
bassoon”) ... Noun. fagott c. bassoon (musical instrument in the woodwind