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The bassoon is a woodwind instrument in the double reed family that typically plays music ... The word bassoon comes from French basson and from Italian bassone ... sticks" is somewhat misleadi...

Where did the Bassoon come from? - Musical Instruments

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Bassoon. Wind (double reed). Italy. Difficult (months). Bass clarinet. Wind (single reed). Cuíca. Percussion (drum). Brazil. Simple (days). Willow flute.

Bassoon: History & Facts | Study.com

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However, the bassoon did not come into its own as an instrument separate from the dulcian family until members of the Hotteterre family began to tweak with ...

Where did the bassoon first originate - Answers.com

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You blow through the reed and noise comes out! ... Usually Maple wood is used, the bassoon makers usually carve out holes for the fingers and line them with ...

Instruments of the Orchestra - Bassoon

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The Bassoon. The bassoon is a long pipe, doubled in half, made of wood, with many keys. ... It takes a lot of breath to make sound come out of such a long pipe!

Bassoon - New World Encyclopedia

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Dec 21, 2012 ... No original French bassoon from this period survives, but if it did, it would .... due to the spread of the hautbois to countries outside of France.

Profile: the bassoon - SoundJunction

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Despite its size and deep sound the bassoon is able to play very fast notes. ... David Horne decided to include a contrabassoon in Emerging Dances as did ...

Bassoon info

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The bassoon is a woodwind instrument in the double reed family that ... as the latter term did not come into general use until somewhat later (Jansen 1978). ... No original French bassoon from this period survives, but if it did, it would most likely .... the name curtall and the different variations on the name from other countries ...

Bassoon

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The English name of "bassoon" comes from a more general term referring to the .... The separate joints, where they connect, are wrapped in either cork or string, ... H. Owen Reed, features the instrument prominently, as does the transcription of ...

A Dictionary of Music and Musicians/Bassoon - Wikisource, the free ...

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Jun 9, 2013 ... They possess a contrivance which does not exist at the present day on any ... The copies of these made by Samme in this country are not far inferior to .... his favourite instruments, the bassoon comes very little behind them.

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Bassoon Resource History

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The modern bassoon has a colorful and complex past. It evolved from a 16th century instrument known by a variety of names - curtal or curtail (English), basson ...

Bassoon - OnMusic Dictionary - Term

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Feb 14, 2013 ... HISTORY: Sometime before 1636 the one-piece instrument the curtall was changed into a separately jointed instrument in France, come be ...

Bassoon

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Bassoon. What does a bassoonlook like? The bassoon is a wooden tube that is so ... the long, curved crook that comes out of the ... where the name 'fagotto' is.