Composer: Bourdeau, Eugene
for bassoon and piano
by Eugene Bourdeau (1850-1926)-French composer
Eugene Bourdeau's famous "Premier Solo" has become part of the standard repertoire for bassoon ever since it was used as the Solo de Concours for the Paris Conservatorie in 1894. Edited by Himie Voxman. Of the three editions of the Bourdeau Premier Solo, this is the least expensive, and the more popular.
The original edition from Alphonse Leduc can be found here.
A new edition edited by Trevor Cramer can be found here.