Telemann Sonata in F minor
 

Telemann Sonata in F minor

    
Telemann Sonata in F minor    20:27 on Saturday, February 17, 2007          

Account Closed
(904 points)
Posted by Account Closed

I just wanted to see if anyone else here in the bassoon forum has ever played this piece. If so, I would like to know as to how you played it and, of course, if you like it.


Re: Telemann Sonata in F minor    03:07 on Monday, February 19, 2007          

plyrseag
(99 points)
Posted by plyrseag

Haven't played, but I love the piece. I was beginning to think I was the only one who knew Telemann created things other than his overture. Its a great piece. Telemann is the only composer I know who can make the recorder sound good-his recorder sonatas in fmajor and minor


Re: Telemann Sonata in F minor    14:48 on Sunday, March 11, 2007          

andrewt
(1 point)
Posted by andrewt

I'm actually playing it on Euphonium right now and I love it!


Re: Telemann Sonata in F minor    12:07 on Wednesday, March 28, 2007          

bassoonist92
(14 points)
Posted by bassoonist92

Great piece.... I have it right now beacuse I am using it for all-state audition...It is a really good class A piece, but it needs a lot of musical additions but BEAutiful.


Re: Telemann Sonata in F minor    20:00 on Wednesday, April 04, 2007          

ejbassoon
(2 points)
Posted by ejbassoon

I played this piece many years ago for a recital. LOVE the piece for bassoon. I now make it a required piece for all my bassoon students to have in their rep. I think it is one of the elemental pieces for bassoon of the baroque era. I would highly recommend the edition by John W. Miller (principal bassoonist for Minnesota Orchestra) with realization by Raymond Leppard. Not sure where (or if) it can still be found.


   

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