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Welcome to the LibGuide created for AM 498 Bassoon Studio Class (Spaniol). I'm happy to help you with locating various materials relating to the bassoon and researching composers, compositions, and other topics relevant to the study of bassoon.. Please let me know when you have questions by contacting me via LibChat, phone, or e-mail (all listed to your right!). To navigate around this guide, click on the blue tabs at the top of this guide. Each tab represents a page of information!
Books in our Collection
Below are a few of the books that we have in our collection related to the study of the Bassoon and Bassoon Pedagogy.
A Researcher's Guide to the Bassoon by
Call Number: REF ML128.B26 L56 2002
Publication Date: 2003-01-01
This book is a valuable tool for anyone researching the bassoon or bassoon-related topics. It includes citations for nearly every book, article, dissertation, thesis, and video dealing with the bassoon. It is divided into different sections, allowing one to easily look up available information on a particular bassoon player, composer, information on bassoon reeds, or other aspects of the instrument. There is also an alphabetical section by author included along with the category listings. The set-up of the volume is similar to that of a telephone book, with headers at the top of each page, allowing one to readily browse through and find the needed information quickly.
The New Weissenborn Method for Bassoon by
Call Number: MT402.S6811 N4 2010
Publication Date: 2010-06-01
InstructionalFor well over a century, students all over the world have learned to play the bassoon using Julius Weissenborn's Practical Bassoon Method . At long last, The New Weissenborn Method for Bassoon presents the complete 1887 publication in an updated, user-friendly version. With over 50 photographs, modern fingering charts, and in-depth instruction on performance basics, instrument care, and reeds, The New Weissenborn Method is a must-have for all bassoon students.Features:* Carefully researched and edited from the original 1887 edition* All lessons and exercises re-engraved* New notes, techniques and terminology introduced before each lesson* Weissenborn's original sections on tenor clef and the "speaker" keys restored and expanded* Original ornamentation chapter restored with added modern performance practices* Supplementary scale exercises now include all major and minor keys
Call Number: MT400 .W38 2003
Publication Date: 2001-10-01
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