The Great Woodwind Doubler Census of 2011

Attention: woodwind doublers!

The time has come to stand up and be counted. The linked survey is for anyone who considers themselves to be a woodwind doubler of any ability level at all.

All the questions are optional, so you can skip anything you don’t feel like answering, but thorough responses are much appreciated. The survey will remain open for an as-yet-undetermined amount of time. When there are enough responses to be interesting, I’ll post some analysis here.

The more responses, the better, so please share this with your woodwind doubling buddies. You can use the “Share” buttons (to the left, if you’re reading on a large screen) to pass this along to people via email, Facebook, Twitter, and others, or use this short link as you see fit:


Update: The survey is now closed. Thanks for your participation!



There are dozens of us! Dozens!


  1. Bret Pimentel (Your host)

    Update: over 100 responses so far, more than I dared hope for. Thanks all, and stay tuned.


  2. Gandalfe

    I will be very interested to see how you present the data. Hint, I luv charts and tables that include survey taker info like location of the doubler.

    Recent blog post: Check out Sweet Suzy’s Axes (April 14, 2011)


  3. Sarah Dale

    FINALLY got a chance to quickly fill out your survey while in Ft. Lauderdale today! I can’t wait to see what you do with the information.


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