Bassoon Sonata, Op.168

Bassoon Sonata, Op.168 is a piece for solo bassoon and piano composed between May and June 1921 by Camille Saint-Saëns. It was published the same year it was composed, in Paris by Durand. The piece has three movements with an average performance time of 13 minutes. It was dedicated to Clément-Léon Letellier.

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RecordingBassoon Sonata, Op.168 - Allegro moderato
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RecordingBassoon Sonata, Op.168 - Allegro scherzando
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RecordingBassoon Sonata, Op.168 - Molto adagio
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RecordingBassoon Sonata, Op.168 - Allegro moderato
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RecordingBassoon Sonata, Op.168 - Complete Performance
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