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His first orchestra position was as principal bassoonist of the Finnish State Opera in Helsinki.
Take the Breaking Winds Bassoon Quartet, a group based at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York: they uploaded a video to YouTube video of their ensemble playing Lady Gaga covers and sent links to the clip to family members and fellow bassoonists.
The disc concludes with Katherine Hoover's Journey (2009), a work commissioned by thirty bassoonists from all over the United States, which Kolkay and Nguyen premiered in Panama City, Panama in October 2009.
TALENTED flautist Juliette Bausor, bassoonist Stephen Reay PICTURES: MARK SAVAGE
Reeds are the vibrating portion of woodwind instruments and the source of much irritation to clarinetists, oboists, bassoonist, and saxophonists.
Job: A Musical Drama is a composition by Harold Wevers, composer and first bassoonist with the Lakehead Symphony Orchestra of Thunder Bay, Ontario.
He elects as bassoonist the common potoo, with a call that reminds him of the beginning of Mozart's clarinet quintet, albeit slightly off-key.
Jilly told the Sunday Telegraph that she was amazed when a bassoonist called Jane told her she had to break up a tenor and a soprano who were having sex in the pit during a break in Tosca.
Dantes Rameau: Bassoonist & Music Education, Atlanta, GA
Laurence has been principal bassoonist with Manchester Camerata since 1974 and has performed all over the world.
1; bassoonist Joey Hartman, performing the first movement of Johann Nepomuk Hummel's Grand Concerto in F; and pianist Kanako Ishihama, performing the first movement of Maurice Ravel's Piano Concerto in G.
London Winds also features flautist Philippa Davies, oboeist Gareth Hulse, horn player Richard Watkins and bassoonist Robin O'Neill.