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PostPosted: 22 Jun 2015, 22:11 

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what is your preferred fingering for rapid playing from c, d, e flat and then e flat to c?


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If you mean the low register, I prefer to have E flat as T1234 T-234 when possible.


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Personally, I would just use standard fingering for that. On an ocarina with Italian fingering, you can use something like O oooo X xoto for high D-Eb trill (o = open hole, x = closed hole, t = close and open rapidly, trill). It may vary from ocarina to ocarina.


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 Post subject: Re: preferred fingering
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KreŇ°imir wrote:
Personally, I would just use standard fingering for that. On an ocarina with Italian fingering, you can use something like O oooo X xoto for high D-Eb trill (o = open hole, x = closed hole, t = close and open rapidly, trill). It may vary from ocarina to ocarina.


Ty, it's very useful.


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