Singin’ In the Rain

  1. Piccolo, flute, clarinet, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone
  2. Flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone
  3. Flute, oboe, clarinet, tenor saxophone
  4. Clarinet, bass clarinet [to low D], baritone saxophone [to low A]


  1. Updated per information received from Richard Krishnan

  2. David Benedict says:

    Reed 1 has some oboe marked but this is a misprint. Play on flute.

  3. Andrew Uren says:

    New Touring version has come out
    Reed 1: Piccolo, flute,clarinet,alto sax,
    Reed 2: Flute, clarinet, tenor sax
    Reed 3: Clarinet, bass clarinet, baritone sax

  4. Tom Kmiecik says:

    The Reed 4 part in this version requires bass clarinet to low D and baritone sax to low A.

  5. Bret Pimentel says:

    Updated to remove flute from reed 4, based on information received from Merilee Updike.

  6. Brett Bachus says:

    A friend of mine asked me what B. B. meant in the Reed 3 score. I assume it is an instrument change. Can you please help me explain it? Thank you

    • David Benedict says:

      Players often pencil in BB to mean ‘Big breath’.
      Not usually found in the printed part though.

      • Brett Bachus says:

        It actually is printed in the score. I’m happy to send an example. To bad I can’t simply post the picture here.

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