Edited Restored Works

Anonym, Sonata Solo Fagotto, COVER hp.jp

Title: Sonata Solo Fagotto

Composer: Anonymous (17th century)

Restored by: Rick Barrantes Aguero
Edited by: Kristian Oma Rønnes

Instrumentation: Bassoon Solo and Basso continuo 
Publisher: KOR Publications

Published: 2020

Price: €15 (PDF-file will be sent by email)

Info: This bassoon sonata is written by an anonymous composer whose initials in the manuscript are unclear. Currently there are three options, it was either composed by a female composer, Giovanni Antonio Santoni, or Giovanni Antonio Bertoli. This sonata is one of the first solo works ever written for bassoon, and is a fantastic new addition to our Italian baroque repertoire

Recording of the piece performed on Dulcian by Paolo Tognon:

Furstenau, Bassoon Concerto COVER (HP).j

Title: Potpourri, Op. 31

Composer: Kaspar Fürstenau (1772-1819)

Restored by: Luca Dal Cortivo
Edited by: Kristian Oma Rønnes

Instrumentation: Bassoon and Orchestra
Publisher: KOR Publications

Published: 2020

Price: €25 (PDF-file will be sent by email)

Info: This edition of "Potpourri" is based on the orchestra parts from the first edition, dated 1818. It is written for: bassoon solo, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, bassoon, 2 horns, 2 trumpets, timpani, and strings. It is written in C-major, and got the following sections: Adagio, Allegretto (variation movement), Alla Polacca. The piece is dedicated to Anton Romberg (1771-1844), son of the composer's bassoon teacher Bernhard Anton Romberg.

Midi file recording of the entire piece:

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Title: Bassoon Concerto in C-Major, GWV 301

Composer: Christoph Graupner (1683-1760)

Restored by: Prof. Maurus Conte
Edited by: Kristian Oma Rønnes

Instrumentation: Bassoon and String Orchestra
Publisher: KOR Publications

Published: 2020

Price: €20 (PDF-file will be sent by email)

Info: An almost never performed Concerto in C-Major by Graupner, excellently restored by Maurus Conte. This edition is as close to the original manuscript as possible. It also contains a preface with explanations to some questionable passages.

Recording of the first movement, by Sergio Azzolini and Ensemble il capriccio:

Manganelli, Fantasia COVER IMG.jpg

Title: Fantasia

Composer: Gaetano Manganelli (18th-19th century)

Restored by: Luca Dal Cortivo
Edited by: Kristian Oma Rønnes

Instrumentation: Bassoon and Orchestra
Publisher: KOR Publications

Published: 2021

Price: €25 (PDF-file will be sent by email)

Info: This Fantasia is scored for solo bassoon and orchestra. The orchestra is: 1 flute, 2 clarinets in B flat, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, violins I, violins II, violas, cellos, and double basses. The composition begins with an Introduction (Andante - Allegro assai) followed by the main theme (Andante) and 5 variations (var. 3, Più vivo - var. 4, Largo - var. 5, Allegro).

This Urtext edition intends to reproduce the first edition as exactly as possible, after a detailed analysis of the complete set of orchestral parts

Schneider, Grand Concerto COVER (img).jp

Title: Grand Concerto, Op. 67

Composer: Georg Abraham Schneider (1770-1839)

Restored by: Luca Dal Cortivo
Edited by: Kristian Oma Rønnes

Instrumentation: Bassoon and Orchestra
Publisher: KOR Publications

Published: 2020

Price: €30 (PDF-file will be sent by email)

Info: This critical edition of the Grand Concerto Op. 67 composed by Georg Abraham Schneider, is based on the set of orchestra parts from the first edition, dated 1815. The composer dedicated this piece to his friend and bassoonist Carl Baermann (1782-1842). 

Duration: ca. 25-27 minutes. Movements: Allegro Moderato, Adagio, Allegro. It is scored for: bassoon solo, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 horns in C, 2 trumpets in C, timpani and strings.

This pdf file includes the score and all parts, total amount of pages: 231.