Hairspray

  1. Flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone
  2. Flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone [to low A]

8 comments

  1. Updated per information received from Bob Gray

  2. Updated per information received from Donica Larson

  3. Updated per information received from Mila Weiss

  4. dave says:

    The two bars of alto sax in reed must be a misprint. Reed 1 is playing flute at that point so it’s easy for the two players to swap parts

  5. Jay Heiser says:

    Reed 2 is a hoot, reminding me why I bought a bari.

    The book has a couple of low As, but they are easily worked around.

    The minor amount of flute music is mostly doubled, and a small production could easily cover all of it with a keyboard. Clarinet is even less important. The last 8 bars of “Timeless” (and the reprise) is a nice little duet with flute on reed 1 and clarinet on reed 2.

    The 2 bars of alto sax in reed 2 are inaudible, and can be played on bari.

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