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BeBopSop

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Hi all,I guess I should know what these keys are for (on my newly aquired Yani 991 sop) The right hand pic I think is for top F ?, but not sure of the fingerings. The pic on the left...not sure of at all? In the litrature I can find, this model has a top G, I am familiar with palm keys D E F, any help would be appreciated, thanks


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rhysonsax

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Hi John,

The picture on the right shows the front (high) F which is a standard key. If you play this with octave key applied and your first finger LH, and the second finger closing the A key, you get high F. Add the third finger on the G key for a pretty reasonable high E.

The picture on the left shows the high F# and the high G keys next to each other, inside your highlighted ring shape. Just press one of these with your RH second finger added to the high F fingering above and there you go, screamiing up and annoying the neighbours.

Rhys

PS No need to use the palm keys for any of these notes (high F, F#, G and E fingered in the way described).
 

BeBopSop

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Hi John,

The picture on the right shows the front (high) F which is a standard key. If you play this with octave key applied and your first finger LH, and the second finger closing the A key, you get high F. Add the third finger on the G key for a pretty reasonable high E.

The picture on the left shows the high F# and the high G keys next to each other, inside your highlighted ring shape. Just press one of these with your RH second finger added to the high F fingering above and there you go, screamiing up and annoying the neighbours.

Rhys

PS No need to use the palm keys for any of these notes (high F, F#, G and E fingered in the way described).
Great thanks rhysonsax I will try them out right now.......earplugs in..
 
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