Jazz ensemble - seating diagram.svg

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English: Diagram showing a typical seating arrangement for members of a jazz ensemble. On the left, the rhythm section consists of drum set, keyboard/ piano, electric guitar, and bass guitar. On the right are the horns. The trumpets are in the back row, with first trumpet sometimes doubling on piccolo trumpet, and second trumpet sometimes doubling on flugelhorn. In the next row are the trombones; sometimes the fourth trombone is a bass trombone. In the front row are the saxophones; from left to right are Tenor I, Alto I, Alto II, Tenor II, and Baritone. The tenors and altos sometimes double on other woodwinds -- soprano saxophone, clarinet, and/or flute.
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Author Matthew D. Wilson (LtPowers)
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