For Bassoon and Piano
By Eugène Jancourt.
The Solo No. 2 in D, op. 52 was originally published in 1887. The piece is cast in a modified ternary form. The opening section is in D minor and the composer employed a fourth relationshir, for the "B" section of the work, writing the Andante in G major. In addition, the A begins in G major while the remainder of the movement is set in D major. This fourth relationship is emphasized at the conclusion of the piece when Jancourt substitutes a plagal padence for the more traditional perfect authentic cadence.
Kristin Wolfe Jensen has recorded the Jancourt Solo No. 2, op. 52, with pianist Vivienne Spy Petkovich, on the compact disc Shadings, Equilibrium Recordings EQ 38.
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