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 Re: Clarinet Symposium
Author: Clarinetgirl06 
Date:   2005-04-21 22:59

My teacher talks about the theory of keeping the motion in the same hand all the time! The only thing that she's really strict on is right hand low E's, F's, and F#'s and right hand tuning B's, C's and C#'s. She prefers those first unless I have a passage where I should use the left hand to avoid sliding. She says that we shouldn't get the other hand involved if we don't have to. She has never said anything about the flip F-F# though. I will be using the side key F# and the 1st finger F#, I really don't think that it matters too much if I flip or not... maybe I'll explore it when I get too much free time!



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