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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


  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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