The most important Baroque composition for the bassoon: Telemann’s Sonata in f minor

G.P. Telemann composed this sonata in 1728 for Baroque bassoon and in the same year this sonata was performed by Paolo Girolamo Besozzi who was an Italian oboist and bassoonist.When we think about the bassoon baroque instrument, it was so difficult to perform this sonata because notation and ornaments are so difficult.

When we look at the characteristics of this sonata, In this period, all of the sonata forms had same formal structure. It has 4 different movements; slow – fast – slow – fast. All of the slow movements are impressive and all of the fast movements are virtuosic. In addition to this, melody and chord prograssion is important all of the movements. Themes are effective and there were used some cadences at the end of the small parts. Harmonic progression and accompaniment part is clear, we can easliy understand it. One of the most important differences in this sonata, melodic lines are more important than accompaniment part but there can be seen balances between solo part and accompeniment part.

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