A small-sized-bassoon is classified as either a ‘fagottino’—an instrument sounding one octave higher than the full-sized bassoon—or a ‘tenoroon’, a transposing instrument normally either in G or F. The glossary and bassoon terminology used by the research team is based on those found in: James Kopp, The Bassoon, New Haven: Yale University Press 2012; Phillip Young, 4900 Historical Woodwind Instruments, London: Tony Bingham 1993.

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Instrument parts with name of keys