What president played the bassoon in 1998?
Clinton was the US president in 1998 and liked to play the saxophone-- maybe that is what are thinking about.
Yes the bassoon is played in the key of c, same as the piano. It also tunes to a.
Yes, one of the most famous bassoon parts is in Peter and the Wolf. The bassoon plays the part of the Grandfather.
A bassoon is a woodwind instrument often played in an orchestra. I play one!
it was played by a queerbag
well the bassoon has been played in many places so it is hard to answer the question
it's played by using barakat's kare and his kun
lots of music
There is no evidence Adolf Hitler ever played the bassoon. He took lessons for the violin and the piano, and enjoyed playing the harmonica and flute, but was not very talented when it came to music.
The bassoon was first played in the 15th century in Germany. Although this is true, modern day bassoons use European styles included in the American bassoons, usually seen in Fox and Heckle bassoons.
The answer is the bassoon. The bassoon is a double reeded instrument that when played has the sound of clowns. I know this because i play this instrument in the 7th grade band now.
people who play the bassoon are people who play the bassoon, like me from bassoon bandit
I think the answer is Bassoon
Typically the double bassoon (or contrabassoon) is given to the third or fourth chair bassoon, leaving the principal bassoon to play the 1st bassoon part and the 2nd chair bassoon to play the 2nd bassoon part. In some cases the double bassoon part is an auditioned spot, meaning that someone specifically auditioned for the double bassoon.
Bill Clinton was the US President in 1998.
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It depends on the bassoon. If its a student bassoon, plastic, and used it'll be a lot cheaper then a wooden student bassoon. Most student bassoon ive seen are from around 6k to 13k. Professional bassoon can be a lot more expensive then that though....
Yes, a German bassoon and a french bassoon
a bassoon. Although the bassoon doesn't actually connect to the chair you sit on it having personally played one i know that having connected to the chair would be easier.
unfolded, the bassoon would be around 8 feet. The contra bassoon is twice as long as the bassoon and would be around 16 feet unfolded.
In 1998, the president was William Jefferson "Bill" Clinton and the vice president was Albert Arnold "Al" Gore.
The bassoon is made out of wood or plastic. They evelved from the Dulcian the had like 4 keys most of the note changes were in embassure. the bassoon came to be around the 1600's-1700's
The bassoon was invented in Germany.
pie from bassoon bandit
Not on a bassoon maybe a Tenon??
The plural of bassoon is bassoons.
The President of Brazil in 1998 was President Fernando Henrique Cardoso. His term of office was from 1995 to 2003.
Very carefully. It is difficult to get a perfect sound out of an oboe/bassoon.
A bassoon is a woodwind instrument often played with an orchestra. Lots of people play it today and do musical exams. It's quite long and has lot's of keys. You blow into it with a reed. Long ago, it was called a Bass Oon!
A Bassoon is a long instrument that is played with a double wooden reed connected to a bocal that attaches into the instrument. The instrument itself contains of 4 different parts. The Bassoon has keys as well as holes to cover. The left thumb itself can cover around 5-7 keys. The right thumb can cover around 4 keys.
The Contra-Bassoon or Double Bassoon or Bass Bassoon.
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The President of India in 1998 was K. R. Narayanan. He was elected the President of India on August 2nd, 1992.
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It is another name for a contra bassoon.
The bassoon is pitched in the Key of C.
The bassoon originated from France at about 1636.
The bassoon is pitched in c-concert
i have a bassoon and i play it very well
A bassoon can play 4 octaves.
a bassoon is a high instrument
the bassoon is part of the double-reed family, along with the oboe, English horn, and contra bassoon
The bassoon was made in Germany, around the 1650s. Martin Hotterterre was the main man in discovering the bassoon.
a qualitiy bassoon is about 250,000 a really good quality bassoon can cost 250,000 that's a very, very expensive bassoon. Most run around 8-15000 and are fine quality. a good quality bassoon is around 25000 dollars.
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No, the oboe is not the lowest woodwind instrument, but it is the contra bassoon/bassoon In the standard orchestral family, it is a bassoon.
The Monsoon Bassoon was created in 1994.
The largest type of bassoon is the contrabassoon.
Nothing really attaches a reed to a bassoon. It just slips onto the bocal which is attached to the bassoon and is held there by friction.
The Bassoon first originated in Germany. The Bassoon wasn't really invented. It developed and appeared during the renaissance.
I am just not interested in playing the bassoon.