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« Reply #20 on: Apr 11, 2017, 06:01PM »

I've asked a couple of times about doubling. Couldn't you have more than one setup, with you doubling, and maybe one or both of the reed players?

I could, absolutely! It's shaping up to be that this particular group will only be practicing for this one song anyway. In the future I'll likely be doubling more "hardcore" (though I'll be playing a good amount of trombone for this event in general.)
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