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Charts in this site
Quarter Tone Fingerings
many sizes and models of band and orchestral woodwind instruments
Oboe and English Horn
for several other woodwind instruments
Tin Whistle and Fife
Irish Uilleann Pipes
are some ideas being considered for future and improved fingering
charts in this site. If you would be interested in helping by providing
original fingerings or fingering descriptions for any of these projects,
please contact Mark Charette.
saxophone altissimo fingerings by model size (soprano vs. alto
vs. tenor, etc.).
descriptions of fingerings that are listed without a description.
quarter-tone and multiphonic fingerings for each woodwind instrument.
piccolo, clarinet, and recorder thirds tremolo fingerings.
ocarina and fife fingerings.
- Tim seems to have gotten lost somewhere. I'm going to take over in his absence - hopefully we'll see him again soon.
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its charts. See the Submissions page to
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