I recently acquired a Rochelle anglo, and I'm absolutely loving it. It's an absurd instrument in many ways, but I feel that's just part of the charm.
Anyway, I'm going through the included tutor, and I've arrived at the section on finger articulation, and it explains that I can't play legato using the same finger for two adjacent notes, and that if I'm crossing a bellows change, the best I can do is try and fake it - all perfectly reasonable. But then it goes and asks me to play a bunch of pieces that involve playing legato across bellows changes and using the same finger for two adjacent notes (assuming, at least, that they don't want me to start using alternate fingerings that they haven't yet taught me, and even then, that might just introduce other problems).
So I'm doing my best, and I understand I'm not going to get the same kind of sound as I might on my clarinet, say (or an english concertina, for that matter), but I still feel as though there's something I'm missing here.
I'm curious whether there are any tips and tricks for hiding some of those more awkward note transitions.