Overhaul and
CDs of artists playing Püchner woodwinds
Fábio Cury (Brazil)*
Tangos & Choros, Flute Music from Argentina and Brazil (for flute, oboe, guitar and bassoon) (2003)
*Princ. Bassoon Opera de Sao Paulo and Professor for Bassoon Sao Paulo State University
Catherine Marchese (USA/France)
Erik Satie arranged for bassoon and piano (1997)
Emile Naoumoff, piano
Magnus Nilsson (Sweden)*
Trio Altaïr, Music for clarinet, bassoon and piano (2003)
(Music of Beethoven, Villa-Lobos, Mendelssohn, Glinka)
*Princ. Bassoon Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra, Sweden
Valeri Popov (Russia)*
“Russian Post-Avantgarde” (1998)
(Music of Denisov, Raskatov, Artemov, Kasparov, Gagnidze)
“Virtuosity of bassoon, v.1” (2003) (Music of Tomasi, Villa-Lobos, Wolf-Ferrari, Jolivet)
“Virtuosity of bassoon, v.2” (2003) (Music of Telemann, Schaffrath, Fasch, Torriani, Waterson, Donizetti)
“Glinka” (2004) (Serenade on Themes from Donizetti’s Opera for piano, harp, bassoon, horn, cello and double-bass; Trio Pathétique d-moll for clarinet, bassoon and piano; Grand Sextet Es-Dur for piano, string quartet and double bass)
“Antonio Vivaldi” (2003) (Five Concertos for bassoon and chamber orchestra)
*Bassoon soloist and Professor for Bassoon Tchaikowsky Conservatory, Moscow
Graham Salvage (GB)*
“English Bassoon Concertos” (2001)
Royal Ballet Sinfonia conducted by Gavin Sutherland (Concertos of Eric Fogg, John Addison, Peter Hope and Arthur Butterworth)
*Principal Bassoon Hallé Orchestra Manchester
Masahito Tanaka (Japan)
“Bassoon Brillantissimo” (Pavane, 2002)
Miyuki Washimiya, piano
Jonathan Small (GB)*
Vaughan Williams, Oboe Concerto (1990, EMI)
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Vernon Handley
Few interpretations probe so searchingly into the concerto's world of pastoral contemplation.... the soloist readily responds to such qualities of sublime benediction and moments of puckish humour. (Gramphone magazine)
Jean Francaix, L'Horloge de Flore (Flora’s Clock) (2000)
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Malcolm Stewart
Richard Strauss, Oboe Concerto (2005) (Avie Records)
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Gerard Schwarz (2 CD set including An Alpine Symphony, Symphonia Domestica and Duett-Concertino, Soloists Nicholas Cox, clarinet and Alan Pendlebury, Püchner bassoon)
*Principal Oboe Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
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