FLUTE TRILL FINGERING CHART. O = open. • = pressed down. Move the red key rapidly to produce the trill. Co. APO PROSOPST o oo olo To. Capo to. F#. Note the piccolos are often even fussier than flutes and the same fingerings that work on flute might not work on piccolo. Flute Trill Fingering Chart. Purchase. A trill should always be to the next note in the key signature, unless indicated by an accidental after the trill sign (ex..) Trill those keys indicated by red color.
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This fingering chart includes trill fingerings, flure are fingerings designed for rapid alternation between two notes at an interval of a minor second semitone or a major second whole tone apart.
Many of these fingerings can also be used as alternate fingerings for some fast passages. Keys to be trilled are indicated in red. When more than one key is to be trilled, the keys should be simultaneously pressed and simultaneously released, unless the description says to alternate pressing trill releasing the keys.
Free Flute Fingering Chart:
These fingerings are intended for all sizes of flute soprano, alto, and bass and piccolo unless specified otherwise. Trill Written Fingering Description Src. D 5 -E 5 T Eb Basic. T G Eb Slur from E. T 1 2 3G Eb Flat interval.
T 1 2 3G Bb Eb Flat interval. T For piccolo. Slightly sharp, but interval is in tune. B 5 -C 6 B Eb Basic. B C Eb Basic, with C trill key.
Altissimo Flute Trill Chart Card
T 1 2- Eb Sharp. T – 2 3 Eb Less sharp than previous fingering.
T G Eb Flat. D 5 to C 6 This fingering chart includes trill fingerings, which are fingerings designed for rapid alternation fluye two notes at an interval of a minor second semitone or a major second whole tone apart.
T Eb. T 12 3. Slightly open LH 1 to improve tone.
T G Eb. B Bb Eb.
Second Octave – Trill Fingering Chart for Flute and Piccolo – The Woodwind Fingering Guide
Harmonic Eb 4 -E 4. Bb Eb.
T Bb Eb. B Eb. B C Eb.
Basic, with C trill key. Sharp C ; harmonic F 4 -G 4. Less sharp than previous fingering.