A.Cl Alto Clarinet
A.Fl Alto Flute
A.Sax Alto Saxophone
B.Hn Baritone Horn
B.Sax Baritone Saxophone
Bs Bass(jazz string)
Bs.Cl Bass Clarinet
Bs.Sax Bass Saxophone
Bs.Trb Bass Trombone
Bsst.Hn Basset Horn
CBs Contrabass(string bass)
CBs.Cl Contrabass Clarinet
EbCl Eb Clarinet
E.Hn English Horn
Flg.Hn Fleugel Horn
Hn French Horn
Rhy Rhythm Section(Pno, Bs, Dr)
Stg.Qt String Quartet
Stg String Section(standard)
T.Sax Tenor Saxophone
(parts-score) Each particular parts-score consists of the individual instrumental line and a complete score (the latter in reduced type).
P Printed - used to distinguish printed scores from Composer's Facsimile Editions and ozalid reproductions.
R Rental - available on a rental basis only.
R* Write for further information.
** Available as a lead sheet only. Call or write for more information.
(S) Substitution - other solo instruments may be substituted.
Soli(i) Soloist(s) - Designates featured solo parts.
The instrumentation is indicated by numbers which correspond to normal score order. Any deviation from this form is indicated by the use of abbreviations and/or symbols (see Table above).
For example: 2-2-1, Bs.Cl-2(CBn); 4-3-3-0; Stg. means that the works requires 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 1 clarinet and bass clarinet, 2 bassoons (1 player doubling contrabassoon); 4 horns, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones and no tuba; string section.
If a smaller string section is required, the number of players (not stands!) is specified
For example: 3-3-2-2-1 means 3 first violins, 3 second violins, 2 violas, 2 cellos and 1 bass.