1830 fagot Ruso Francés en el Museo Metropolitano de Arte, Nueva York - Solo para aclarar: se trata de un instrumento llamado un fagot ruso, y está hecho en Francia.

1830 French Russian bassoon at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - Just to clarify: this is an instrument called a Russian bassoon, and it's made in France.

1730-1740 German Oboe in C at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

German Oboe in C at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York~~I've never seen a white oboe.

1811 American (New York) Bassoon in C at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "This bassoon is built in the typical four sections: bell, long or bass, butt, and wing. The instrument has four brass keys (one of which is missing), mounted in brass saddles, and four brass rings and a brass crook. This instrument is one of the earliest bassoons made in North America known to survive."

1811 American (New York) Bassoon in C at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New…

Half-Contra Bassoon  Galander  (active 1834-1855) Pairs

French Half-contra bassoon at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Johann Tobias Uhlmann | Contrabassoon in C | Austrian | The Met

This standard Austrian model was widely used in music played outdoors. It descends to C and features a tuning slide in the wing joint.

1750 German (Bayreuth) Bassoon at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

1750 German (Bayreuth) Bassoon at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Bassoon  William Milhouse, before 1787...I'm probably the only one who thinks this is cool

Final Project Ideas: Bassoon William Milhouse, before probably the only one who thinks this is cool

Tenor bassoon by Jean Nicolas Savary jeune, Paris, dated 1835

Tenor bassoon by Jean Nicolas Savary jeune, Paris, dated 1835

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