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BSNBachelor of Science in Nursing
BSNBody Sensor Networks
BSNBoston (Massachusetts)
BSNBadan Standardisasi Nasional (National Standardization Agency, Indonesia)
BSNBassoon
BSNBank Simpanan Nasional (Malaysia)
BSNBackward Sequence Number (SS7 MTP Layer 2)
BSNBureau du Service National (French: Office of National Service)
BSNBoussois-Souchon-Neuvesel (French glass manufacturer)
BSNBrand Spanking New
BSNBritish School in the Netherlands
BSNBroadband Service Node (IP Networking)
BSNBusiness Service Network (United States Postal Service)
BSNBio-Engineered Supplements & Nutrition
BSNBlock Sequence Number
BSNBureau de la Sécurité Nautique (French: Bureau of Boating Safety; Canada)
BSNBrigade Subscriber Node (Army)
BSNBritish Society for Neuroendocrinology
BSNBoard Serial Number
BSNBlock Shift Network
BSNBowel Sounds Normal
BSNBatch Sequence Number
BSNBeiersdorf, Smith and Nephew (Medical)
BSNBritney Spears Now (fan website)
BSNBattle Space Networking
BSNBearer Subnetwork
BSNBPX Service Node (Cisco)
BSNBack-End Storage Network
BSNBusiness Solutions Networking
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What: The Oregon Mozart Players in a program that includes Benjamin Britten's Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, Antonio Vivaldi's Concerto for Bassoon in B-flat Major, Richard Strauss' Serenade for Winds in E-flat Major and Franz Haydn's Symphony No.
If I had my time again I might choose the French Horn, but the bassoon seems to have worked well for me so far.
In 1930, Brooke acquired his famous bassoon, which would serve him for the rest of his life, making alterations to it as he advanced.
Janet Hilton, the clarinetist, has performed with Britain's finest orchestras, and Laurence Perkins is principal bassoon for Manchester Camerata and has performed much of the bassoon's solo repertoire.
Featured teachers: Eric Ohlsson, oboe; and Jeff Keesecker, bassoon.
Menacing storms for full brass,splendid bassoon solos,almost inaudible snare drum writing, shrieking rigging eventually culminating in an earth-shattering shipwreck.
And hopefully young musicians might be inspired by Alan's performance of a new Bassoon Concerto commissioned for him by the Phil from Wirral based composer Gary Carpenter which gets its premiere at Hope Street on Thursday.
The oboe and the bassoon - often seen as the backroom boys of the orchestra - will take centre stage for a host of events, including six major concerts at Birmingham Town Hall and Symphony Hall.
The bassoon is still often stereotyped as an accompanying instrument.
The Winds are flautist Claudia Lashmore, oboeist Anna Barton, Matthew Dunn on clarinet, Simon Davies on bassoon and Stephanie Jones on French horn.
I started playing the clarinet when I was eight, but then my mum found out that the bassoon was an endangered instrument.
Perhaps because of this the highlight was the opening work - Joseph Haydn's 63rd symphony, La Roxelane - in particular, the duet for oboe and bassoon in the minuet.