I have added a short recitative with hautboy and bassoon, for here recitative is much liked.
In 1800 we find the first mention of the use of the bassoon.
Yet who that has loved either man or bassoon does not know this bitterness?
Pogliani gave up the bassoon for the fork, spoon, and saucepan.
A fellow was bawling through a trumpet: his voice sounded throttled, something like a bassoon.
Who knows why the bassoon was harsh and wayward and imperious to-night?
Mozart wrote a concerto in B♭ for bassoon, with orchestra (Kochel, No. 191).
The bassoon, the clarinet, the flute—but how shall we describe them!
Count von Westerhold played the bassoon, his son the flute, and his daughter the pianoforte.
See his pretty trio for flute, bassoon and clavier (p. 313).