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alto: 82Zii/Medusa, tenor: Medusa, bari: B-901, sop: sc-990
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the links do not work for me either. Can someone fix them?
 

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how could you actuate those low RH trill keys when your Rt hand is already expected to hold a low D?
I'm not sure, but could those trill keys automatically hold down the D key for you?
 

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Felix, that one is sold on eBay a few months ago. It was a beautiful tenor. The new owner is very happy.
 

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Walter's question is still haunting me. Does anyone (Felix?) know the answer? Has anyone here played the Beaufort models with these extra "levers" (notice E&S does not call them keys).

What I wonder is, how could you actuate those low RH trill keys when your Rt hand is already expected to hold a low D?
 

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That's an interesting C-melody.
 
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