"non-traditional" instruments

Anselm Lingnau

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Steve Wyrick wrote:

> I have
> trouble envisioning how a sax or clarinet would fit in to my ideal
> Scottish band but I think that if you feel you have something that works,
> you should go for it!

I'm told that woodwinds were all the rage in SCD music back in the 1930-40s, a
tradition that does not seem to have kept up in the meantime.

Anselm
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