"Literature for Younger Students." Daryl Duran, "User Friendly Bassoon Tunes," The Double Reed 22/1 (March 1999): 63-65. Prof. Duran has provided a very useful list of bassoon music for younger students.
Amram. "Amram Concerto for Pasmanick Making Music at
Breiteneich 1971." Louise T. Cavalieri. To the World's Bassoonists 2/3.
Bach. "Obligato Bassoon Parts in the Arias of J. S. Bach." Daryl Durran. The Double Reed Vol. 14, No. 2 (Fall 1991)
Beethoven. Playing Beethoven's 4th - bassoonists' advice from the composer Vincent Persichetti. The Double Reed Vol. 7, No. 3
Boismortier. "Boismortier, Corrette, and Le Phénix: music for the French Baroque bassoon." Ronald N. Bukoff. The Journal of the International Double Reed Society 13 (1985).
Britten. "Britten's Albert Herring; The Bassoon Part is Playable." John W. Reid. The Double Reed Vol. IV, No. 3
Corigliano. "John Corigliano's Bassoon Quartet." James A. Grymes. The Double Reed Vol. 22, No. 3.
Françaix. "The Divertissement for Bassoon by Jean Françaix." William Waterhouse. The Journal of the International Double Reed Society 16 (1988).
Haka. A Newly Discovered 17th Century Bassoon by Haka: William Waterhouse. The Journal of the International Double Reed Society 17 (1989).
Hummel. "Hummel’s Grand Concerto for Bassoon." Ronald Tyree. The Double Reed 24/4 (2001).
Hummel. "Bassoon Lessons with Arnold Schwarzenegger, or What I Did on My Summer Vacation." Terry B. Ewell. The Journal of the International Double Reed Society 26 (1998): 99-104.
Lindpaintner. "Peter Lindpaintner's Bassoon Music." Stephan Weidauer. The Journal of the International Double Reed Society 18, 1990.
Mozart. "At last - a definitive urtext of K. 191!" William Waterhouse. The Double Reed Vol. 7, No. 2.
Muthel. "The Concerto in E-flat for two bassoons by Johann Gottfried Müthel (1728-1788)." Ronald N. Bukoff. Journal of the International Double Reed Society 12 (1984).
Osborne. "The story behind the composing of the Osborne Rhapsody." Sol Schoenbach. Journal of the International Double Reed Society 11 (1983).
Osborne. Terry B. Ewell, "Willson Osborne's Rhapsody for Bassoon," The Double Reed 13/2 (Fall 1990): 58-60.
Ravel. "Bolero Unraveled: Dissonance as a Factor in Interpretation of Phrasing." Dale Clark. The Double Reed 22/1 (1999).
Stravinsky. Arthur Grossman. The Double Reed 12/2. About Firebird Suite.
Stravinsky. "Dispelling the Myths: The Opening Bassoon Solo to The Rite of Spring" James A. Grymes. Journal of the International Double Reed Society 26.
Stravinsky. "Who Performed the Premiere of the Bassoon Solo in Stravinsky's The Rite Of Spring?" Maurice Allard. The Double Reed 13/1 (Spring 1990).
Stravinskty. "Stravinsky solo for Jazz Bassoon." Marc Apfelstadt. The Double Reed . 9/2 (Fall 1986).
Vivaldi. "The Bassoonist's Guide to Vivaldi." Thom Zantow. Journal of the International Double Reed Society 8 (1980).
Vivaldi. "Playing those 'Missing' Notes in Baroque and Classical Concerti." Terry B. Ewell. The Double Reed (1997): 85-90.
Vivaldi. "Proportional Tempos in the Concertos of Antonio Vivaldi." Terry B. Ewell. The Double Reed 24/2 (2001): 113-121.Vivaldi. "The Bassoon Concertos of Antonio Vivaldi: A Survey of Performance Tempos and Proportional Relationships." Todd A.Goranson. The Double Reed 24/2 (2001).
Vivaldi. "The bassoon concertos of Antonio Vivaldi: toward a pedagogical ordering." David Pierce. The Journal of the International Double Reed Society 15 (1987).
Vivaldi. “Ornamentation in the Bassoon Music of Vivaldi and Mozart.” David Ross. The Double Reed 9/2 (Fall 1986): 26-31 These are notes from the Frederick Newman master classes presented at the Miller/Skinner Bassoon Symposium. These articles provide important information for double reed performers of Vivaldi’s and Mozart’s music.Weber. “Weber’s Bassoon Concerto Op. 75: The Manuscript and Printed Sources Compared.” William Waterhouse. The Journal of the International Double Reed Society 14 (1986): 46-56. Waterhouse at his best! Anyone who wishes to perform this concerto should carefully study this article.