Bassoon Playing in Perspective

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Bassoon Playing in Perspective is a theoretical study of bassoon performance practice in the first half of the nineteenth century. It combines research on historical written sources with practical experimentation on period instruments. As a result, the conclusions derived from the investigation have ample and immediate practical applications. This research seeks to be a new approach to understanding bassoon performance practice in this historical period and in its relationship with the present-day practice of nineteenth century repertoire. Moreover, it gives some hints that may be used to understand performance practice in a wider context.

Born in London, Áurea Domínguez studied piano (Madrid-2002) & bassoon (Barcelona-2007). As a player, Áurea has performed in several European orchestras and chamber groups, with whom she has performed all across Europe and Asia. As part of her research, she has also studied historical performance at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (Basel, Switzerland) with renowned players in the field of early music such as Donna Agrell. Currently Áurea is researching at the University of Helsinki, where she is has recently presented her doctoral dissertation on bassoon performance practice of the 19th Century.
Bassoon Playing in Perspective