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Drowsy Chaperone, The

  1. Piccolo, flute, E-flat clarinet, clarinet, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone
  2. Flute, clarinet, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone
  3. Oboe, English horn, clarinet, tenor saxophone
  4. Clarinet, bass clarinet, contrabass clarinet in E-flat, bassoon, baritone saxophone


  1. Updated per information received from Gene Scholtens

  2. Luke says:

    4th chair – are there contrabasses in Eb, or is this a contra-alto?

    • Bret Pimentel says:

      Contrabass clarinets in E-flat do sometimes get called “contralto” clarinets. Contrabass in E-flat is a better name since it more accurately describes the instrument’s tessitura.

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