My First Weissenborn

Text by Julius Weissenborn
Edited by Daniel Schmidt
An Intorduction to the Weissenborn Practical Method for Bassoon
Instrumentation: Bassoon
Item Number: O5496
Number of Pages: 34
Publisher: Carl Fischer Music
Print Status: In Print


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An introductory book designed to improve the technical facility and musicianship of younger players and prepare them for Weissenborn’s master method, Practical Method for Bassoon. Included in this book are fingering charts, exercises for developing tone, technical etudes, chromatic exercises, duets and concert pieces by Handel, J.S. Bach, Haydn and Gossec, that will give the young student a chance to develop and display his or her growing mastery of the instrument.

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How To Use This Book
Daily Bread Exercises
Exercises for Two Bassoons to Develop Tone
Weissenborn Practical Exercises
Exercises to Develop Articulation
Weissenborn Exercise for Pointed Articulation
Two Advanced Studies
Duets for Two Bassoons
Duets for Two Bassoons
Duets for Two Bassoons
duets for Two Bassoons
Duets for Two Bassoons
Duets for Two Bassoons
Technical Studies
Song of Master Adam
Le Souvenir
Richard of the Lion Heart: Andre Gretry
Flower of Damascus: Saverio
Extended Major Scales
Weissenborn Chromatic Exercises
The Harmonious Blacksmith: George Frideric Handel
Aria (Bist du bei mir): Johann Sebastian Bach
Tanbourin: Francois-Joseph Gossec
Serenade from String quartet No. 8: Franz Joseph Haydn
Bourree: George Frideric Handel
Danny Boy: Traditional