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How to indicate divisi for an entire section?

There are some answers already, I’ll add this possibility: But in this case it is probably clear if you mark the whole passage as divisi that the single notes are unisono.
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How to indicate divisi for an entire section?

To prevent the possible interpretation of double stops for the high notes (without writing “div.” on every second note), write the two parts as separate voices; give the upper voice stems pointing up, ...
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Do I need to indicate 'solo' for wind/brass instruments in shared staff?

One option if both horn players are performing from the same stave would be to notate the horn 1 part stems up, horn 2 part stems down. But a direction saying "one player only" is a good ...
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Do I need to indicate 'solo' for wind/brass instruments in shared staff?

If only Horn 1 is playing, you should place a “1” above the staff where that part begins. Similarly, if/when Horn 2 gets to play on its own, place a “2” above the staff. When both Horn 1 and Horn 2 ...
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