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Correct doubles for SWEENEY TODD:
1. Flute, Piccolo, Soprano Recorder (opt) , Alto Recorder (opt)
2. Oboe, English Horn
3. Flute, Piccolo, Eb Clarinet, Clarinet
4. Clarinet, Bass Clarinet
Updated to reflect this information. Note: Mr. Tunick is the orchestrator of this show.
Sept. 29, 2015
Doing Sweeny the end of Oct.-Early Nov. and Reed I (Tunick’s Orch.) only calls for optional soprano recorder (no alto) (Act I,#14 & #16 (maybe 2 doz. bars each) not worth the trouble unless you’re a recorder fan!
(of no particular importance, just thought I’d mention it)
Replying to a super-old comment, but if you ARE a recorder fan (some of us exist…) the recorder sections (which are descant/soprano only as you say) in the rental edition should be played down the octave from what’s written – it is on the original recording, and it’s not actually possible to play it as written on a recorder…
Hello! Thank you for your wonderful output to the woodwinds world. I am currently subbing in Sweeney Todd NYC at the Barrow Street Theatre. Instrumentation is Clarinet (B-flat and A), violin, and piano. Longest running Sweeney, yet! The main clarinetist at the moment is Michael Breaux (NYU faculty). This production closes at the end of next month. Mr. Sondheim has personally come three times to see the show!
Added 2017 off-Broadway production as a separate listing. Thank you!
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