Aizenberg, Alejandro. “Bassoon Auditions in Argentina and Brazil: A Personal Experience.” The Double Reed 14/3 (Winter 1991).

Apfelstadt, Marc and Klimko, Ronald. Bassoon Performance Practice, Teaching Materials, Techniques and Methods. Moscow, Idaho: School of Music Publications, The University of Idaho, 1993. In this work several bassoonists share their ideas about solutions for various difficult excerpts.

Avery, Mark. “A Comparative Examination of the Notation of Selected Orchestral Bassoon Solos.” Journal of the International Double Reed Society 25 (1997): 29.
Camden, Archie. Bassoon Technique. London: Oxford University Press, 1962. See pages 43-52.

Christlieb, Don. Recollection of a First Chair Bassoonist: 52 Years in the Hollywood Studio Orchestras. Los Angeles: Christlieb Products, 1996.
Garfield, Bernard. “Philadelphia Orchestra Bassoon Auditions.” The Journal of the International Double Reed Society 10 (1982).

Eifert, Otto. “Cincinnati Orchestra Auditions For Principal Bassoon: One Year Leave Of Absence Position.” The Journal of the International Double Reed Society 10 (1982).

Ewell, Terry B., editor. “Bassoon Fingering Companion.” Suggested fingerings for German-System bassoons: http://www.idrs.org/resources/BSNFING/fingcomp.htm and suggested fingerings for French-System bassoons: http://www.idrs.org/resources/BSNFING/fingcomf.htm. (Accessed 22 Dec. 12)

Ewell, Terry B. “Orchestral MIDI files for Double Reeds.” http://www.idrs.org/multimedia/MIDI/PUB/1Readme.htm#Bassoon. (Accessed 22 Dec. 12). This contains MIDI accompaniments for bassoon, contrabassoon, oboe, and English horn.

Ewell, Terry B. “Musical Musings: Tonguing Techniques,” The Double Reed 26/2 (2003): 107. Presents methods of articulation and use of the flick keys for Beethoven’s 4th.

Garfield, Bernard. “The Bassoonist’s Nightmare,” Woodwind World 2 (March 1958): 11. Presents his articulation solution to the famous passage in Beethoven's 4th Symphony.

Garfield, Bernard. “Philadelphia Orchestra Bassoon Auditions.” The Journal of the International Double Reed Society 10 (1982).

Klimko, Ronald. Bassoon Performance Practices and Teaching in the United States and Canada. Moscow, Idaho: School of Music Publications, The University of Idaho, 1974. . In this work several bassoonists share their ideas about solutions for various difficult excerpts.

Lyman, Jeffrey. “D or D flat?: Stravinsky’s Berceuse and the Long Story of a Short Note.” The Double Reed 31/1 (2008), 75‐85.

Lyman, Jeffrey. http://www--‐personal.umich.edu/~jlym/pages/excerpts.html#anchor321835. (Broken Link).

McGill, David. Orchestral Excerpts for Bassoon. Summit Records DCD 162. CD. 1994.

McGill, David. Sound in Motion: A Performer’s Guide to Greater Musical Expression. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2007. A compendium of performance wisdom by one of America’s leading bassoonists.

Millard, Christopher. Orchestral Excerpts for Bassoon, Volume 2. Summit Records DCD 220. CD. 1998.

Nigro, Susan. “Bassoon Audition Excerpts.” To the World’s Bassoonists 5/3 (1975-76): 2-3. This article presents a summary of one of the first comprehensive surveys of bassoon audition excerpts.

Ruggiero, Matthew . “Joining the BSO: Rite of Passage.” The Journal of the International Double Reed Society 10 (1982).
Spencer, William. The Art of Bassoon Playing. Evanston: Summy-Birchard Company, 1958.

Stees, Barrick. http://www.steesbassoon.com/students/survey_of_compositions.htm. (Accessed 22 Dec. 12). This website was created in 2009 and provides the frequency that excerpts appear on audition lists.

Vallon, Mark. “Double Tonguing: Strategies and Exercises for the Brave.” The Double Reed 29/4 (2006): 83-94. This article presents ideas for practicing Beethoven’s 4th Symphony, Mendelssohn’s 3rd Symphony, and Mozart’s 41st Symphony.

Weait, Christopher. "Guidance to Young Auditioners (Canada)."  The Double Reed 1/1 (March 1978): 24-25.

Weait, Christopher. Bassoon Strategies for the Next Level. Worthington, Ohio: Self-published, 2003.

Weisberg, Arthur. The Art of Wind Playing. New York: Macmillan Publishing, 1975. Weisberg discusses the excerpt from Bolero on pages 74-77.