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The Reed 3 book calls for low A baritone and low C bass clarinet, and there is one low B for flute in Reed 1.
How much bassoon is in the Reed 3 book? Is it double staved?
It’s a pretty bassoon-heavy book, and it isn’t doubled staved. There’s some technical parts on clarinet and a decent amount of bass clarinet, and not very much bari.
Thanks for your reply!
The MTI orchestration list does not mention String Bass. Correct that none is needed to be hired?
I think the MTI listing is correct; it should be just a live string quartet (2 violins, viola, cello) with the bass and the section string sounds covered in the keyboard books.
The orchestrator talks a little bit about why there’s no bass in this article: http://animatedviews.com/2016/the-hunchback-of-notre-dame-studio-cast-recording-two-michaels-for-one-interview/
For the (Berlin) 1999 German version, “Der Glöckner von Notre Dame”, the reeds were:
1. Flute, Piccolo
2. Oboe, English Horn
3. Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Flute, EWI (Electronic Wind Instrument)
4. Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Oboe, English Horn
5. Clarinet, Baritone Saxophone, Bassoon
Added 1999 Berlin production as a new listing. Thanks!
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