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Flute Fingering Chart - the Professional Fingering

Until you learn the true secrets of flute playing all charts are useless!

To get the best from this flute fingering chart, the Flute Technique Doctor is your first priority.

So check the Flute Technique Doctor first and then come back here.

Professor Sebastian Bell presents his fingerings for the register beyond "top C". 

If a flute fingering is used by professionals it MUST be good enough for you - to fourth octave F#.

Flute Fingering Chart  to alltissimo F - a full octave higher than normal charts.

Modern composers use flute sounds higher than the conventional range.

Beginner or advanced, you will find this handy fingering chart invaluable. 

Plastic laminated for strength and cleanliness. 

Your Professional Flute Fingering Chart folds vertically so that it easily fits your pocket or instrument case. 

Unfolded, you can read it easily on your music stand and it will not fall over like less well designed flute fingering charts.

Flute Fingering Chart  to alltissimo F - a full octave higher than normal charts.Click on the chart.

Trevor Wye says in The Flutist: "Sometimes the simplest tool appears which is worth a mention just because it is so simple...an A5 double-sided plastic laminated 'professional' fingering chart which, provided you are playing downhill and with a following wind, will take you to the fourth octave f sharp."

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