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Have been asked to play a sax solo on a local bands demo. It's rock tune from 80's and actually has something pretty tricky in it. It's been a long time since I really studied all the alternate fingerings so perhaps someone's got a good quick solution to this. Need to do descending triplets on C-B-Bb about 3 times in a row at about mm=130. All while overblowing the crap out of it. Easy right? [rolleyes]
 

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Try this: side C (the middle side key for the right hand), regular B (just lift the side C while holding B) and then Bb with finger 1 of the right hand (while still holding the B). So you left-hand finger 1 in on B all the time, the rest of the work is right hand only. Let me know if this works for you.
 
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