Flute/Fingering Chart

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Basic Flute Method
Method book for those beginning to learn flute.


Getting started
Lesson 2Lesson 3Lesson 4Lesson 5Lesson 6

Playing the flute
Lesson 7Lesson 8Lesson 9Lesson 10Lesson 11Lesson 12Lesson 13Lesson 14

Building on skills
Lesson 15Lesson 16Lesson 17Lesson 18Lesson 19Lesson 20Lesson 21Lesson 22Culmination

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SaxophoneMusic TheoryBaroque Flute HandbookWestern Music History

Fingering chart[edit | edit source]

Fingering charts use symbols to communicate which keys should be pressed in order to play the desired note. The blackened keys should be closed, while the white keys should be left open.

To learn more, watch this video on how to use a fingering chart.

Now that you know how to use a fingering chart, here are two quality charts:

  1. wfg.woodwind.org - fingering chart for your desktop computer
  2. fingercharts.com - fingering chart for your phone or tablet

For a printable chart, you can use the one below.

Fingering chart for flute.
Fingering chart for flute.