Mozart W.A. - Sonata in B-flat (K.292) (Urtext).



For Bassoon & Piano.

Set on Grades 5 of the ABRSM Bassoon Exams from 2022-25.

Set on Grades 5, 6 & 7 of the ABRSM Bassoon Exams from 2014-17.

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Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus    (1756-1791)

Sonata in B-flat major according to K. 292(196 c) for Violoncello (Bassoon) and Piano or for two Bass Instruments (Celli, Bassoon) B-flat major KV 292(196 c)
Nach dem Urtext der Neuen Mozart-Ausgabe
Series: Violoncello
Instrumentation: Violoncello/ Bassoon, Piano/ Violoncello/ Bassoon

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* The great composers of the past gathered together in this volume
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This edition of Mozart’s Sonata for bassoon and violoncello K. 292
(196c) pursues an innovative
concept: not only does it reproduce the obbligato parts in a strict
observance of the “Urtext” of
the Neue Mozart-Ausgabe, but it also adds a new dimension of sound
to the interpretation of
the work by providing an additional piano part that is wholly in
keeping with the thoroughbass
practice which was still very much alive in Mozart’s day.

This charming work can be played several ways from this edition: as
a duo sonata following the
transmitted version, as a solo sonata for violoncello or bassoon
with piano accompaniment,
and as a small ensemble work for two melody instruments (bassoons or
violoncelli or one of each)
and piano or harpsichord.

Sonata Bb Maj K292 Cello (Bassoon) & Pno

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