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Amelia Ensembles concert Amy Thomas, flute, Wes Nichols, oboe, David Thomas, clarinet, Jeff Ward, bassoon, Shawn Hagen, French horn, and Virginia Lum, piano, featuring the music of Francis Poulenc, Samuel Barber and Eric Ewazen.
His identical twin, Solomon Elyaho, had made the long, green snake squash into the vegetable version of a reed instrument, something between a saxophone and a bassoon.
Charlotte was where Sole was introduced to music, and her childhood was filled with lessons in violin, piano, clarinet, and bassoon, not to mention gospel choir.
Faculty Concert: Barrick Stees, bassoon; Frank Rosenwein, oboe; Richard Weiss, cello; and Jerry Wong, piano.
The wind quintet of flute (Michael Gordon), oboe (Melissa Peña), clarinet (Carl) and bassoon (Joshua Hood) performed the work’s North American premiere.
Bernard Herrmann’s score here, relying on a low clarinet and bassoon, both evokes the fog horns of San Francisco Bay, where a pivotal scene is set, and paints a sonic portrait of Scotty’s growing suspicion of, but attraction to, Madeleine.
The overture is cast in much the same populist manner, moving to a triumphant close via a jaunty bassoon melody that might as well be a Swedish folk song.
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: a large musical instrument that is shaped like a tube, makes low sounds, and is played by blowing into a small, thin tube in its side
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