Solos are in fluegel 3 and soprano 1. (I often add a bass solo before the fluegel, and have had each and everyone solo on this. It is nice to close out with soprano.
Regular 5, 4, 4, guitar, piano, bass and drums. We included an accordion part in case you find yourself doing other pieces of mine with accordion.
Recorded on Evanescence, "Last Season" features soprano and fluegel. This is a piece we've continued to play over the years with my band. You should feel free to open up the solos and vary them. I've added bass on the first solo section, opening it up, and continuing on with any other instrument from there. You can have really any instruments play on these solos, although I do think soprano is generally best for the last solo. I tend to see that this piece should slowly build from solo to solo to create an overall arch to the piece, and soprano gives that last solo the high tessitura that makes the piece come to a strong peak.
I hope the streamed interviews we've provided will be helpful to your players and whomever is conducting this piece.
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