The premiere of Franz Lachner's Symphony No. 6 was held in Munich on 19 April 1837 with the composer as the conductor. The Munich press termed it a "magnificent work" and an "outstanding masterpiece," and in this truly extraordinary work Lachner refrains from the confrontational juxtaposition of large-format thematic blocks (above all occurring in his third and fifth symphonies), instead presenting a "more organic" compositional style in which motivic-thematic developments are realized step by step. Lachner's Concertino for Bassoon and Orchestra is a work from 1824, composed during his Vienna years. He dedicated it to Theobald Hrth, who was then the Vienna Court Opera Orchestra's principal bassoonist. It is not known whether or not Hrth ever performed this work in public, and performances of it are not documented. It is one of the earliest extant compositions by Lachner and possibly his first work with orchestra. Here Chia-Hua Hsu, the solo bassoonist of Taiwan's Evergreen Symphony Orchestra, interprets it's recording premiere.