Muse sounds ranges
I'm noticing multiple instruments that don't have the ranges needed. Clarinet doesn't have a Clarinet in A, and so can't play quite the range required for many common pieces - like Mozart's famous clarinet concerto. (though that was originally for basset clarinet, which there extra special isn't the range for)
The Flute 1/Flute 2 cannot go below a c; but b-foots are quite common on flutes now.
Looks like Contrabasses do cover the possibility of having a range extender
I wonder why exactly these sounds are limited by range. Eb clarinet sounds no different than Bb sounds no different than Bass, so why differentiate? There are clarinets in 13 different keys I can think of off the top of my head; that seems like an enormous amount of work. What is the thinking on this?