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 Re: Octave F
Author: RobinDesHautbois 
Date:   2013-01-01 19:47

I have always been taught to just learn to used the forked F (then left fingering for the altissimo).

I resisted using the fork F for ages because of its windy sound on my Lorée. Now that Laubin (Teitelbaum) fixed it up so wonderfully, I find the forked F to be the most amazing invention!

Robin Tropper
M.A.Sc., B.Mus., B.Ed.

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