Page 1. Altissimo Fingering Chart. Alto Sax. Page 2. Altissimo is increasingly becoming a standard part of any saxophone players They differ from instrument to instrument, the fingering chart here show fingerings . Please contact [email protected] for permission for submission in publications. Saxophone Altissimo Fingering Chart. Fingerings for altissimo F / G. # b.
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Fingering chart – Altissimo register
T f— Bb —— Bb ———. IH T f——— Bb ——— Good for alto. Almost daily I want to shout, “Curse you F F-sharp! T —23 Bb C.
T f——— E ———. IE T Eb —2— 12— Works for alto. This fingering chart includes both basic fingerings and alternatives that are more appropriate in some passages.
How to Play the Alto/Bari Saxophone – Fingering Chart & Flashcards
T D 12— Bb — Alto sax altissimo finger chart 1—3 E ———. Easy and in tune. Saxophone students tend to become really good at playing their G, A, B, C, and D within just a few weeks.
Lip up from C 8 to achieve D 8. In order to keep the chart’s appearance more simple and visually appealing, only the most common enharmonic is shown. T 1—3 C Bb 1——. ssx
T D ——— ———. T 1—3 G Bb ———. First of all, it fits all the notes onto one page. VK T ——3 C —— For tenor. TM T 1—3 Bb 1—— Good for alto.
T Eb D —2— —2—. Some alternate fingerings are designed for fast passages, while others modify the tone, color, or pitch at sltissimo and extreme dynamic levels. T f— Bb —— ———.
T —23 C ———. T f——— C ——3. I would fijger love to hear your success stories and to receive your suggestions for improvement using the Contact Us heading above. TY T 1—3 Bb alto sax altissimo finger chart Good for alto.
T D 1—— Bb — Stable for mp and louder on tenor and baritone models, and for mf and louder on alto models.
Upper Altissimo – Alternate Fingering Chart for Saxophone – The Woodwind Fingering Guide
PH T f——3 ——— For tenor. These are octaves which have the same letter name, and are also fingered exactly the same on the saxophone, except for the addition of the “Octave Key” for the higher note. T 1—3 C 1——. T 1—3 f 1——.
GM T ——3 C ——3 Good for tenor. T —2— 12— Eb. T Eb D ——3 ———. Useful for alto, especially in quick transitions with C 7fingered by the same fingering. T f—2— G Bb ———. T 1—3 1—— Eb.