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 Re: Damn Yankees
Author: rcnelson 
Date:   2013-05-03 18:30

YANKEES hasn't been talked about for a bit but for those of you who have done it: this is my next one, 3 weekends in June. 2 of us are splitting the 5 reed books. Right now, I have books 2 and 3. The question I have: when having to chose between the alto sax in reed 2 and the tenor sax in reed 3 with the other player playing reed 1, at first glance, the answer is: it depends on which selection. But I thought I would throw this out to those who are familiar with the show.

Selmer Mark VI tenor (1957), Selmer Mark VII alto (1975)
Buescher True Tone soprano (1924), Selmer CL210 Bb Clarinet, Gemeinhardt 3SHB Flute, Pearl PFP105 Piccolo

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