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  1. Piccolo, flute, alto flute [optional], clarinet, alto saxophone
  2. Piccolo [optional], flute [optional], clarinet, soprano saxophone [optional], alto saxophone
  3. E-flat clarinet [optional], clarinet, bass clarinet, tenor saxophone
  4. Oboe [optional], clarinet, tenor saxophone
  5. Clarinet, bass clarinet, bassoon [or bass clarinet and baritone saxophone], bass saxophone [or baritone saxophone]


  1. Updated per information received from Syd Polk

  2. Nick Di Scala says:

    The Reed 5 book is written exclusively for bass sax, but double-staved for baritone. Following the convention above, it should read, ‘bass saxophone [or baritone saxophone]’.

  3. Scott Tringali says:

    There are a few numbers scored for bass clarinet alone, and these are not double staffed. It’s more accurate to call out bass clarinet specifically.

    (You can trade those parts with the reed 4 player to avoid it)

    Also, the changes are impractically fast even on bari; you will need to play it on the stand to make roughly half the changes in time.

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