Title: Violin Concerto no. 1-5

Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

Arranger: Kristian Oma Rønnes

Instrumentation: Bassoon solo
Publisher: KOR Publications

Published: 2018

Price: €10 (Solo part on Conc. No. 1, PDF)

Price: €10 (Solo part on Conc. No. 2, PDF)

Price: €10 (Solo part on Conc. No. 3, PDF)

Price: €10 (Solo part on Conc. No. 5, PDF)

Price: €10 (Solo part on Conc. No. 4, PDF)

Price: €40 (Solo part on all 5 Concertos, PDF)
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Info: All solo violin parts from Mozart's 5 violin concertos arranged for solo bassoon: Kv. 207, 211, 216, 218 & 219. All of them are in their original key, so any already public domain piano reduction or orchestra version will fit this arrangement. Each concerto is priced 10 Euros, however if all 5 are bought at once then it's possible to save 10 Euros (total price €40). An email containing the PDF-file(s) will be sent after being purchased.

Title: 13 Caprices

Composer: Niccolò Paganini (1782-1840)

Arranger: Kristian Oma Rønnes

Instrumentation: Bassoon solo
Publisher: Emerson Edition Ltd. (England)

Published: 2016

Price: £10.75

Programnote: These arrangements are of an extremely virtuosic character, not only when it comes to general technique, but also for developing the extremely high range (Bb'', 7th above the Le Sace C!) and low range (contra A). The 13 Caprices are the following numbers from the total 24: Nos. 1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 19, 23 & 24. 
"It’s about time bassoonists dare to face perhaps the most famous instrumental virtuoso of all time; Niccolò Paganini.”
– Kristian Oma Rønnes

Title: La Campanella

Composer: Niccolò Paganini (1782-1840) / Franz Liszt (1811-1886)

Arranger: Kristian Oma Rønnes

Instrumentation: Bassoon solo
Publisher: Emerson Edition Ltd. (England)

Published: 2016

Price: £6.25

Programnote: La Campanella (Italian for ‘the little bell’) was originally composed by the Italian composer and violin virtuoso Niccolò Paganini, and the theme first appears in the third movement of his Violin Concerto No.2, Op.7. Several other great composers have also made arrangements and written variations on this melody, including Schumann, Brahms, Liszt and Rachmaninov. However, none of them wrote a version for bassoon. Here is the first bassoon version.

"One doesn’t always need to venture into atonality to break boundaries." – Kristian Oma Rønnes

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