English to Maori Meaning of bassoon - bassoon

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Definitions of bassoon in English
Noun(1) a double-reed instrument; the tenor of the oboe family
Examples of bassoon in English
(1) Two string quartets are utilized, as are a pair of French horns, piccolo, bassoon , bassett horn, oboe and instruments usually associated with jazz.(2) To qualify they must be taking a full-time honours degree course in music studies and jazz studies playing trombone, tuba, bassoon , french horn, oboe, double bass or piano.(3) Other unique curiosities are the 3 Sonatas that the composer wrote for each of the main woodwind instruments; oboe, bassoon and clarinet, although those for cor anglais and flute never saw the light of day.(4) Candidates in the categories of piano, oboe and bassoon must include a recording of their own playing on either a cassette tape or DAT cassette.(5) The performers here, being very good baroque musicians indeed, have deployed a variety of continuo combinations: harpsichord or lute with violone, gamba, double bass or bassoon .(6) Developed from the dulcian, the bassoon has never acquired a fashionable status among woodwind instruments.(7) Even more surprising are the number of standard orchestral instruments that are currently under threat - double bass, viola, horn, oboe, bassoon , tuba and trombone.(8) On this recording, there are nine violins, three violas, three cellos, a double bass, one flute, three oboes, one bassoon , three trumpets, a set of timpani, and a harpsichord.(9) Playing an instrument such as the oboe or bassoon as I do, one's initial focus at university or conservatoire was inevitably the brace of chairs available in the Western symphony orchestra.(10) It consists of a bass line only, which is to be played on instruments such as the cello, viola de gamba, double-bass or bassoon .(11) The group's unique combination of oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon , piano and soprano allows them to perform a diverse repertoire in a wide range of musical genres.(12) It is a charming piece, and performers and concert-planners should note that it is helpfully and economically scored for an orchestra consisting of just two oboes, two bassoons and strings.(13) The concertmaster (whoever it was) and solo bassoonist are simply fantastic.(14) In those days none of the schools had any oboes or bassoons , but some of the high schools did own some old saxophones, clarinets and some brass instruments.(15) This music, scored for bright violins rather than violes, with oboes, bassoons , and cornets a bouquin, had qualities comparable with those of the vocal chansons, preserving plasticity of movement and enhancing clarity of texture.(16) Had you been a bassoonist , I'd probably have suggested a violist!
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