The Bassoon first originated in Germany. The Bassoon wasn't really invented. It developed and appeared during the renaissance.
The bassoon was made in Germany, around the 1650s. Martin Hotterterre was the main man in discovering the bassoon.
A bassoon is usually made from maple wood.
Well the bassoon has many names just like any instrument, and like many low-playing instruments, the bassoon in English has the word "bass" used in the name, but "bassoon" isn't the instruments first name. The first names of the bassoon were, Fag0tt, Fag0tt0, or Fag0t, depending on which language or region the printed music was made in.
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....
it was played by a queerbag
people who play the bassoon are people who play the bassoon, like me from bassoon bandit
The website jimstockigtinfo.com lists many arias with obbligato bassoon, published and unpublished.
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.
The modern day bassoon was first made in Germany, but similar reed instruments date back to ancient Egyptian times.
Cane is the material used in the production of reeds.
Yes, a German bassoon and a french bassoon
The bassoon was invented in Germany.
pie from bassoon bandit
Not on a bassoon maybe a Tenon??
The plural of bassoon is bassoons.
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.
The bassoon is a musical instrument in the woodwind family. It is the lowest, or bass, voice in the woodwind choir. It often duplicates the cello voice in orchestral compositions.
In the orchestra, playing solo or support the bass line.