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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.

"Standard" Fingerings    Explain: Notes and keys | Icons

Fingering Note Playability Acoustic
Info
Acoustic
Model
Th 1 2 3   |     3 D#F#4 minus 5 centsInfoZ(f)


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· Ordered by playability.

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Fingering Order by intonation
Note

Ordered by playability
Order by darkness
Playability
Acoustic
Model
Th 1 2 3   |     3 D#F#4 minus 5 cents Z(f)
Th 1 2 3   |     3F#4 minus 10 cents Z(f)
Th 1 2 3   |     3 C#F#4 minus 10 cents Z(f)
Th 1 2 3   |     3 CF#4 minus 10 cents Z(f)
Th 1 2 3   |   2   D#F#4 minus 15 cents Z(f)
Th 1 2 3   |   2 3 D#F#4 minus 15 cents Z(f)
Th 1 2 3   |   2   C#F#4 minus 15 cents Z(f)
Th 1 2 3   |   2   CF#4 minus 15 cents Z(f)
Th 1 2 3   |   2F#4 minus 15 cents Z(f)
Th 1 2 3   |   2 3F#4 minus 25 cents Z(f)
Th 1 2 3   |   2 3 C#F#4 minus 25 cents Z(f)
Th 1 2 3   |   2 3 CF#4 minus 25 cents Z(f)

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