Csaba Szabo (1936–2003) A concert piece in three movements for wind quintet (flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon). Score and parts.
Gabor Kosa (1950– ) The title Fagottas (Bassoon-ish) is practically untranslatable: it's a sort of wordplay on the Hungarian szőttes
István Szigeti (1952– ) Duo for two Hungarian instrumental virtuosos: the flautist Zoltán Gyöngyössy and the bassoonist György Lakatos, dedicated
Iván Madarász (1949– ) This composition for bassoon and piano offers a real chamber music playing: according to the title
Melinda Kistétényi (1926–1999) Concert piece in two movements which can be played from higher classes of music schools. (Score and
Miklos Sugar (1952– ) A trio in one movement based on a folk ballad from Bartók’s collection, featuring Sugár’s own