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Old 03-19-2006, 07:53 PM
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Smile Help! Transposing is killing me

Hi! I am trying to arrange a piece for flute, piano and horn in F.
(the piece is Evergreen, I know its not classical, but maybe someone can help)

I have the music arranged exactly the way I want it...but neither I, nor my music mentor can agree on which key they all need to be in.

I have horn with 4 sharps, and flute and Piano in C major....

Can anyone suggest which key each instrument needs to be in? I only have a single horn, and it won't go up above F. (the F at the top of the staff). I can get to F#. My horn also won't go below the low F. So I have 2 octaves to play with.

Can anyone help me??
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