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NOTE Pitches are only approximate - actual pitches depend on your embouchure and blowing speed, the type of flute, key adjustments and temperature.

Playable Notes    Explain: Notes and keys | Icons
Note Playability
1. D#5 minus 30 cents
2. D6 minus 20 cents
3. F#6 plus 45 cents
4. C#7 minus 20 cents
5. F7 minus 30 cents
Multiphonic Possibilities    Explain: Notes and keys | Icons

C#7&F7
D#5&D6
D6&F#6
F#6&C#7
D6&C#7
D#5&F#6
F#6&F7
D#5&C#7
D6&F7
D#5&F7
D6&F#6&C#7
D#5&D6&F#6
F#6&C#7&F7
D#5&D6&C#7
D6&C#7&F7
D#5&F#6&C#7
D6&F#6&F7
D#5&C#7&F7
D#5&D6&F7
D#5&F#6&F7



User Comments
Catherine
Flute - Muramatsu GX
Playing level - Advanced
23-Jan-2006
Note(s) - F7

This fingering had a far faster and clearer response than even the standard fingering. Also it seemed to requir less lip tension It also seemed to use less air - or at least, I could play it for a longer time.


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