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 Re: alternate fingering for A?
Author: Jaysne 
Date:   2010-08-11 12:08

Try holding down the LH Ab/G# key, and then add the third RH side key (second from the top).

But if I were you, I'd have my clarinet checked out before I started learning new fingerings for a very basic note. You should be able to play this A normally. Having to adjust because your instrument is faulty is the wrong thing to do.



Post Edited (2010-08-12 02:32)

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