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  1. Piccolo, flute, oboe, English horn, clarinet, alto saxophone
  2. Flute, clarinet, tenor saxophone
  3. Clarinet, bass clarinet, bassoon, baritone saxophone


  1. Bret Pimentel says:

    Added based on info sent by Ed Joffe (reed player in the Broadway production) to Ron Nelson.

  2. Bret Pimentel says:

    Added clarinet to reed 1 based on information received from Michael Favreau.

  3. Dustin Helvie says:

    What is currently being licensed by Concord Theatricals? It shows 3 reed books. Broadway?

  4. Lynne Hart says:

    I just played it. There are 2 reed books.
    Reed 1 is picc, flute, clar, alto
    Reed 2 is flute, clar, t sax, with optional oboe and English horn.

  5. Nat Hefferman says:

    Reed 3 book has very little clarinet (4 bars at the beginning of Act 1, and 29 bars at the beginning of Act 2). The vast majority of the book is bassoon.

  6. Jenny Schwab says:

    How much flute/picc in reed 1 book?
    (The 3 reed version)

  7. Tom Schubert says:

    The Concord Theatricals version is 3 reed books
    Reed 3 is (in order of usage): bassoon (39 numbers), bari sax (3 numbers – to low A), bass clarinet (5 numbers – to low Eb), & clarinet (35 measures total in 2 numbers).

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