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Thoroughly Modern Millie

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


  1. Updated per information received from Dahlia Yoeli

  2. Updated per information received from David Heine

  3. SaxDoubler says:

    Reed 1 contains mostly sax/flute leads with little clarinet. Reed 2 is lead clarinet with several exposed “1920’s” style solo sections. Very little flute in Reed 4. Parts can be easily covered if your Reed 3 player does not play clarinet.

  4. Cat says:

    The only time all 3 soprano saxophones play at the same time is in part 2 of Not For the Life of Me – Tag (Music #4). Otherwise, the soprano is divided between Reed 1 and 3 (reed 1 has more than reed 3), and is usually playing the lead when the other reed parts are playing saxes.

    Reed 3: Very little oboe but does have some solos (Overture, The Speed Test)
    Reed 4: Bass clarinet to low Eb, Baritone sax to low A

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