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Basic Fingering Chart for Open-G# Flute and Piccolo

First Octave: B3 to C5

This fingering chart includes the primary fingerings learned by all flutists with open-G# models. These fingerings are the same on all sizes of flute and piccolo unless specified otherwise. For the more common, closed-G# flute or piccolo, see the basic fingering chart for closed-G# flute and piccolo.

 

Note

Written

Fingering

Description

B3
C4

B0T 123G#|123BBasic.

B3
C4

C1T 123G#|123CBasic.

C4
D4

C#1T 123G#|123C#Basic.

D4

D1T 123G#|123Basic.

D4
E4

Eb1T 123G#|123EbBasic.

E4
F4

E1T 123G#|12-EbBasic.

E4
F4

F1T 123G#|1--EbBasic.

F4
G4

F#1T 123G#|--3EbBasic.
T 123G#|-2-EbTrill fingering with E4.

G4

G1T 123G#|---EbBasic.

G4
A4

G#1T 123|---EbBasic.

A4

A1T 12-|---EbBasic.

A4
B4

Bb1T 1--|1--EbBasic.
Bb 1--|---EbBasic, use in passages without B4 or B5.
T 1--|Bb---EbTrill fingering with B4.

B4
C5

B1B 1--|---EbBasic.

B4
C5

C21--|---EbBasic.

C5
D5

C#2---|---EbBasic.
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Special thanks to Raymond Lim (RL) for submitting this Open-G# flute fingering chart.

 

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