Topic: E to G shake...
In Mason Jones' transcription of Ravel's Tombeau de Couperin for ww quintet, the last 3 measures of the Prelude has an E natural (5th line, tenor clef) going to the higher G natural above - does anyone know of a possible fingering for this shake? Thanks in advance for any future response/help. Jim
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