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Updated per information received from Gene Scholtens
Revised orchestration 2012 now the definitive and rental version:
1. Flute, piccolo, clarinet, alto saxophone
2. Flute, piccolo, clarinet, alto saxophone
3. Flute, E-flat clarinet, clarinet, bass clarinet, tenor saxophone
4. Oboe, English horn, clarinet, tenor saxophone
5. Bassoon, clarinet, bass clarinet, baritone saxophone
Rental listing updated. Thank you!
Greetings Mr. Tunick,
I’m an extreme fan of your work, and find it a great inspiration for orchestrating my own work! I hope you have the time to post a few woodwind arrangements to:
Bounce: The 3rd version of the Sondheim Minzer Brothers musical before Road Show.
The Original 1996 London of Martin Guerre.
Further more I have one Question:
In your re-orchestrations for the Encore production of Merrily We Roll Along, is the synthesizer that plays through “Franklin Shepard, Inc.” supposed to be a harpsichord now, or can it still sound like the one in the Original Broadway orchestrations?
Sincerely, Michael Ybarra
P.S. I would also appreciated if you were to inform me of, or at least guide me to where I can find, the entire orchestrations to these shows and other shows you’ve done like Saturday Night (The version with Gene Kelly) or The Frogs (the first show at the Yale University swimming pool) and others!; Detailing in how many of each instrument are needed (how many Violins, Flutes, Horns, etc.), What Keyboard settings are used (Piano, Harpsichord, Celeste, etc.), and what Drums and Percussion instruments are required.
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