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That piece is based on the concerto for two violins of J. S. Bach. The first 21 bars must be sound as the original sound (classical) so in case there are no players of the flute and the clarinet parts some members of the sax players can make it (for example: one sax tenor with the baritone players). The jazz feel come later (gradually - after bar 22) but In bare 70 we have again the classic feel. From bar 114 to 122 the solos are between the altos and it can be played 8 - 8 then 4 - 4 and so on till the cue to go on.
For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.
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