This disc, the second in the Fibonacci Sequence series, highlighting instruments of its ensemble, gives the bassoon a chance to blossom. It begins with Webe's Andate and Rondo Ungarese and ens with Mozart's Quintet in E flat, K 452 taking in two Frenchmen and an Englishman on the way.
Henri Sauguet's Barcarolle is chosen for the unusual mix of bassoon and harp, while Ibert's Cing Pieces en Trio make poignant use of the instrument's upper regiater in the Elegy. Gordon Jacob's Suite is good, too.
**** 4 stars.