Fagottino/Quart Bassoon

Discussion in 'Double-Reed Recordings/Videos' started by Heckelphone, Jan 25, 2009.

  1. Heckelphone

    Heckelphone Double Reed CE Staff Member CE/Moderator

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  2. hakukani

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    My, that was just beautiful.
    However, I had trouble with the scale. Either the player is a giant, or someone left the bassoon out in the rain, and it shrunk.:emoji_relaxed:

    I just heard Piffaro a couple of months ago. They had some interesting double reed instruments.

    Great stuff, thanks.
     
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  3. daigle65

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    Very interesting !

    I wonder.....does it read in treble or bass clef ?

    If it's primarily a learning instrument for young bassoonist I guess it would be in bass clef so they wouldn't have to relearn the entire staff position and fingering association.

    The intonation however......:-(
     
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  4. Heckelphone

    Heckelphone Double Reed CE Staff Member CE/Moderator

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    Probably bass clef, transposed. There is actually a (small) repertoire of baroque/classical music for the fagottino, not much played these days.
     

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