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  • Re: Traverso and the use of trill fingerings

    Graham, Welcome to the group. Adding my voice to the others: The "trill fingerings" we have on the traverso tend to be very wide half steps, often nearly a

    fletcherejames 14 hours ago
  • Traverso/tril fingerings etc

    G'day as we say in Australia Many thanks for your help /advices. Point taken. I should have said and didn't , maybe asked:- Do you use alternative

    snollweed 2 days ago
  • Re: Traverso and the use of trill fingerings

    I could not agree more.I have two traversos, and two entirely different fingering charts. I need to use the one that is in tune for each one, then go from

    flutepilot 2 days ago
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This is the world's premier discussion list for those interested in historical (pre-Boehm) flutes: renaissance, baroque, classical or romantic instruments. Postings should be related to the history, performance, or making of historical flutes.

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  • May 7, 1998
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