Hi: In Bolling's Suite for Flute and Piano (1st suite), in the 5th part, Irlandaise, there's a glissando from G above the staff to the 3rd octave G. (Going into Section K, if you've got the music.) Key at that point is C major, 3/4 time, 92 b.p.m, 3rd beat-to-1st beat quarter notes. I've been knocking myself out using standard fingering, but I can never get the glissando even or fast enough.
Would most people use the standard fingering, or alternate fingerings, such as standard fingering on G through C, and then repeat that fingering but playing on the 2nd overtones from D through F, and then the standard fingering on G?
If most people would use standard fingering, I will happily return to my repetitive practice with the metronome. I just don't want to go the alternate-fingering route unnecessarily.