Clinic Day retrospective…

Here are the bassoonists and pieces we heard on Saturday:

  • Judith Leclair–Osborne: Rhapsody for Solo Bassoon
  • Walter Guetter–Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5 (Stokowski conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra)
  • Bernard Garfield–Garfield: Quartet For Bassoon And String Trio, 1959
  • Sol Schoenbach & Otto Eifert–Devienne: Duo, Op. 3, No. 2
  • Hugo Fox–Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5 (Stock conducting the Chicago Symphony Orchestra)
  • Willard Elliot–Mozart: Bassoon Concerto In B Flat, K 191
  • David McGill–Mozart: Bassoon Concerto In B Flat, K 191
  • Robert Williams–Weissenborn: Elegie
  • Don Christlieb–Le Sacre du Printemps “The Rite of Spring” (Stravinsky conducting the Columbia Symphony Orchestra)
  • Don Christlieb–L’Oiseau de Feu “The Firebird”: Berceuse “l’Oiseau de feu” (Stravinsky conducting the Columbia Symphony Orchestra)
  • Leonard Sharrow–Mozart: Bassoon Concerto In B Flat, K 191
  • Arthur Weisberg–Partita For Flute In A Minor, BWV 1013
  • Sherman Walt–Mozart: Bassoon Concerto In B Flat, K 191
  • John Miller–Ravel: Boléro, M. 81 (Skrowaczewski conducting the Minnesota Orchestra)
  • Archie Camden–Mozart: Bassoon Concerto In B Flat, K 191
  • William Waterhouse–Liste: Bassoon Sonata Op. 3
  • Klaus Thunemann–J.W. Kalliwoda, Variations and Rondo in B flat, Op 57
  • Maurice Allard–Tomasi: Concerto
  • Milan Turkovic–Francaix: Divertissement
  • Valery Popov–Weber: Andante E Rondo Ungarese, Op. 35
  • Tamas Benkocs–Vivaldi: Bassoon Concerto In A Minor, RV 498
  • Michael Rabinowitz–“Reflections” (from the album, Play)
  • Paul Hanson–Strawberri Suite

Here is a link to the presentation: Famous Bassoonists

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