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Hi, I'm not sure if this is in the correct place but I have a question about Sonata by Lawson Lunde. In the third movement on the second page, the section at D has many Bb and Cb in different octaves that make choosing between the Biss and side Bb hard. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions from previous playing of this piece.

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I've played this piece many times. I don't have the music in front of me, but a good standard rule is avoid rolling from b natural to b flat on the bis key or in reverse. It is a clumsy fingering and usually not very clean. Make use of the side b flat, 1 & 1 b flat and 1 & 2 b flat if necessary. Be sure to mark the fingerings in pencil.
 
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