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  1. Piccolo, clarinet, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone
  2. Piccolo, clarinet, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone
  3. Clarinet, bass clarinet, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone

5 comments

  1. Updated per information received from Eddie Salkin

  2. Jim Kahre says:

    I have the rental version on my stand right now. There is no bass clarinet in Reed 2, even though that’s what it says on MTI’s web site.

    • Thanks Jim — I have made the edit, and have created a separate listing for the 1996 Broadway version, which according to a previous source does have bass clarinet on Reed 2.

      • Jim Kahre says:

        Your welcome, Bret – I noticed you listed rental versions for several shows. Thanks for creating multiple listings. I can imagine some people being mainly interested in what was professionally performed and others being interested in what our community theater has rented.

      • Nick Di Scala says:

        I have copies of the original licensed parts and Reed 2 does have bass clarinet on Funny Honey only. This was probably done gratuitously as Reed 3 plays tenor and clarinet on the number, therefore they easily could swap parts. Perhaps this is what has been done with the newer versions out there.

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