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I've been working on Bach's "Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring" as a solo piece. It'd done wonders for not only my first position playing, but my dexterity in general and blow notes in particular. Which in turn has made all my other playing better as well. I guess I'd fallen into the habit of using mostly draw notes, and this gives me more options. Highly recommended as an exercise.
Garry, how are you dealing with the key change at the end of that piece? You can start in second, and use overblows for the 7th until the modulation to first, or you can start in first and use overblows for the flat fourth as you modulate to 11th, you can switch harps at the modulation, or you can end the piece early and skip the modulation. I have been using the last method, but I am trying to make the first two musical.