Interactive Fingering Charts

available for Woodwinds, Brass, and Strings

Fingering. ★★★★★

Very usefull. As a bass player and a high school teacher I sometime need a tool for particular fingering like thrill on a flute. This app is well done.

by Bass is the guide

Interactive fingering charts for brass and woodwind instruments.

Fingering
Download on the Mac App Store

Woodwinds: Piccolo, Concert Flute, Alto Flute, Bass Flute, Oboe, Cor Anglais, Soprano Clarinet, Alto Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Contrabass Clarinet, Bassoon, Contrabassoon, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone and Baritone Saxophone

Brass: F/Bb Double French Horn, A Trumpet, Bb Trumpet (Cornet, Flugelhorn), C Trumpet, D Trumpet, Bb/F Tenorbass Trombone, Bb/F/Gb/D Bass Trombone, Euphonium, Baritone, BBb Tuba, CC Tuba, Eb Tuba, and F Tuba

The additional Piano instrument simultaneously displays the note name, the location on the piano, and the musical notation in either Treble, Alto, Tenor or Bass clef.

Over 1200 woodwind fingerings.

All woodwinds have trill fingerings for minor 2nd and major 2nd intervals, while Flutes and Saxophones have additional fingerings for minor 3rd and major 3rd trills.

Alto and Tenor Saxophones include altissimo fingerings up to written F, two octaves above the top line F of the treble clef.

Pick a written note (touch the staff) and have the fingering displayed and concert pitch played. A touch of a button reveals the note on the piano. Play a concert pitch on the piano, and have that pitch's fingering displayed. A touch of a button reveals the transposed note written on the staff.

Additional Common Clefs for Select Instruments:

Bassoon, Contrabassoon, Tenorbass Trombone, Bass Trombone, Euphonium and Baritone include Treble, Tenor and Bass clefs. French Horn, BBb Tuba, CC Tuba, Eb Tuba, and F Tuba include Treble and Bass clefs.

Alto and Tenor Saxophone altissimo fingerings were supplied by Steve Moran - visit his YouTube channel to hear them played.

Screenshots

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Interface Guide

Selecting a Pitch

Using the Staff: Simply click and drag up and down on the staff to select the note, drag right for sharp, left for flat, or drag up and down right or left of the note for constant sharps and flats.

Using the Piano: Drag to move the keyboard, click to play notes, click & hold then drag to glissando. When you glissando up the keyboard, notes will be notated with sharps, when you glissando down, notes will be notated with flats. When you click specific notes they will be notated in the most common accidental for that note. ie: Eb rather than D#, F# rather than Gb.

Piano Button

Hide the piano with a touch of a button to use just the staff notation and have a larger fingering chart.

Mute Button

Use the mute button to access the fingerings without hearing the pitches.

Play Button

Use the Play Note or Play Trill button to repeatedly hear what's being displayed.

Alternate Fingerings

If there are alternate fingerings available, a button will allow you to navigate through them.

Key Guides

All woodwinds include visual guides to the key names and locations to understand the fingering charts better.

Position Guides

All trombones include slide position guides for the different overtone roots (engaged valves).

Brass in Treble Clef

Treble clef on the brass instruments follow British Band tradition of being in transposing notation for non-transposing instruments.

Affects: Tenorbass Trombone, Bass Trombone, Euphonium, Baritone, BBb Tuba, Eb Tuba, and F Tuba.

Concert / Written Pitch

You will always hear the concert pitch for the written pitch based on the selected instrument's transposition.

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