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Csaba Szabo: Concert Piece

15.00 
A concert piece in one movement on intermediate technical level (10 pages score + bassoon part)
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Csaba Szabo: Serenade for Winds

22.00 
Csaba Szabo (1936–2003) A concert piece in three movements for wind quintet (flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon). Score and parts.
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Gabor Kosa: Bassooning

15.00 
Gabor Kosa (1950– ) The title Fagottas (Bassoon-ish) is practically untranslatable: it's a sort of wordplay on the Hungarian szőttes
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Gyula Fekete: Birthplace Girls

10.50 
Gyula Fekete (1962– ) Concert piece in one movement for bassoon and piano – for use from intermediate level. (Score
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Istvan Lang: Interpolations – for bassoon solo

5.50 
Istvan Lang (1933– ) A solo work using modern means of playing by one of the most outstanding and internationally
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Istvan Szigeti: Gestures

15.00 
Istvan Szigeti (1952- ) Concert piece for 2 clarinets and bassoon.
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Istvan Szigeti: Impossiblities

15.50 
István Szigeti (1952– ) Duo for two Hungarian instrumental virtuosos: the flautist Zoltán Gyöngyössy and the bassoonist György Lakatos, dedicated
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Ivan Madarasz: Colla parte

12.00 
Iván Madarász (1949–  ) This composition for bassoon and piano offers a real chamber music playing: according to the title
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Kamillo Lendvay: Three Movements

9.50 
Kamillo Lendvay (1928- ) Concert piece for bassoon and piano which can be used in intermediate level of music education.
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Mate Hollos: Dialogue with the Invisible

8.50 
Mate Hollos (1954- ) Piece for bassoon with the accompaniment of an electronic keyboard instrument (maybe piano) or pre-recorded electronic
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Mate Hollos: Rhapsodic Monologue

5.50 
Mate Hollos (1954– ) Solo piece organically combining characters from the scherzo to the lament in one movement.
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Melinda Kistetenyi: Trio for Flute, Oboe and Bassoon

17.00 
Melinda Kistétényi (1926–1999) Concert piece in two movements which can be played from higher classes of music schools. (Score and