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 Oboe tremolo fingering
Author: sunsetnijiiro7 
Date:   2009-02-14 22:59

Hi, I'm playing Divertimento by Malcolm Arnold in chamber music.
In the 3rd mouvment, there is a tremolo (16th notes) between Bb and D in the transition of 2nd and 3rd octave.
Unfortunately, I did not find any smooth fingering for it.
Does anybody who worked on this music know how to tremolo between Bb and D?

Thank you

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 Re: Oboe tremolo fingering
Author: wkleung 
Date:   2009-04-29 06:42

What is the tempo of the movement? Is it too fast for the regular fingerings?

Have you tried the normal Bb fingering with the D trill fingering?

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