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 Possible A#3 - C#4 tremolo fingering
Author: Asarelle 
Date:   2018-05-02 13:24


Playing around with oboe tremolo fingerings I discovered that the A#3-C#4 / Bb3-Db4 tremolo is possible by 123B♭|123cC♯ fingering, trilling the Bb and C# keys oppositely. The website lists this combination as 'Not Feasible'. Admittedly this is not a convenient fingering option but it is not much different to the Bb3-D4 fingering listed. Surely this is also the case for the B3-D#4/Cb4-Eb4 tremolo as this tremolo is no more awkward than the B3-D4 tremolo. Is there a reason why both of these are listed as not feasible when similar tremolos are listed?


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Post Edited (2018-05-02 13:28)

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