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jivc- c/ cr t-c ± it-gc-o El» Alto Saxophone Fingering Chart Fit A# ,5 |4| |4| 4 4 w: i*i: 4 t-», 1*1 o 4 o o o o o o o or Q o o or o or o 0 o o o o 2 o o o o o o o o o o o o c ctt d\> D D# Et jjn. 1>S E F tt« k-o. J i*1: |i|0 4 o o |4| o 01 1*1 °0'' 4 q ou 1*1 4! o' |4|o o o o o 1 1 o o o 11 o o or 0 o o °r # o o o o o o 0 O o o o *0 o or o 0 o or o o o o o o o 0 o o 0 o o (lowers pitch) o o o o o o (Notes on gray background are suggested alti simo fingerings.) Fj) Gt lo to Gjf At J-o A n Ajj Bt tto bo B c 1 1 <3( 1 1 II II io |»| o*'* • o o o o o 1*111*1 g . o o t .s o o H* 1*1 • o o 0 oro ' o o oio o o 1*1 ° 1*1 ° • • 9 or o O 0 o ©• ]i|o |*| o • or Q O 9 0 0 9 O A0» j-Pi 4 o ® 4 ° ® 11 o o • or o o o 4 o® 4 • . 11 o 1 O o JL ¦ ; o or • o o ° ©• W32F (When more than one fingering is shown, the first is the most common.) 11 f f f f f 11111 f f f r r f g f c f f t

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Page 1: El» Alto Saxophone Fingering Chart

jivc- c/ cr t-c ± it-gc-o

El» Alto Saxophone Fingering Chart

Fit A# ,5

|4| |4| 4 4 w: i*i: 4 t-», 1*1o

4o

o o o o oo or Q o o or o or o

0 o o o o 2 o o o oo o o o o o o o

c ctt d\> D D# Etjjn. 1>S

E F<» tt« k-o.

J i*1: |i|0 4 oo |4| o 01 1*1 °0'' 4 q ou 1*1 4! o' |4|o

o o o o 1 1 o o o 11 oo or 0 o o °r # o o o o oo 0 O o o o *0 o or o 0

o or oo o o o o o 0 o o 0 o o

(lowers pitch) o o o o o o

(Notes on gray background are suggested alti simo fingerings.)

Fj) Gtlo to

Gjf AtJ-o

An

Ajj Bttto bo

B c

11<3(

1 • 1 II II

io |»| o*'*• oo o

i§ .§o o

1*111*1 g. o o

t .so o

H* 1*1 •o o

0 oro ' o o oio

o o

1*1 ° 1*1 °• •9 or

• o O0 o

©•

]i|o |*| o

• or Q O9 0 09 O

A0» j-Pi4 o ® 4 ° ®11 o o

• or ooo

4 o® 4 • .11 o 1 O

o JL ¦ ;o or •

o o° ©•

W32F (When more than one fingering is shown, the first is the most common.)

11 f f f f f 11111 f f f r r f g f c f f t

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• 0 o|o o o

o oo

o • o|o O 0 1*1 ° 1*1 o oo oo or •o o o

(lowers pilch)

o o o|o 0 o o o o|o O O * * °o •o

• O or o0 o oo o

* o1' 4 oo o o

• o or o'

0 o oo o

B\f Tenor Saxophone Fingering Chartc Cj| d1> D Djt El>

IaI a

TJ

IaI IaI

5«> V"

A .

o

lAl

JJ PO

IaI * IaI «ifli jis

iai i°i 2 n 2

#

2 |0| rl 2

©• ©• ©* ©• ©* o

F Fj) G[> G Gjj A\> A Bt

|A|. |A|. |A|. |A|. |A|. |A|. |a| • |A|. 1 bis I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 o . 1 oo o o o

o or Q o o 0 o or o' oro ° o o o o i o o oo o o o o o o

(raises pitch)o o o

B c CK Dtko -1

D ds e!>)io

E F

|a| • |a| • A o | | |A| o 4 ° 1*1 * *1 * * * * * * *1 1 o 1 1 o 1 1 o 1 1 o 1 1 o

o o o o oor go or 8 ° o or 0 o o or o

o • o o 0 o o O Oo o

(raises pitch)o o o o

(raises pitch) (lowers pitch)©• O O

(When more than one fingering is shown, the first is the most common.) W32F

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El? Baritone Saxophone Fingering ChartA Aj| fit B c Cj( Dt D Djj Et E

(t to J

IaI

-

IaI a

jjo c to

IaI _

o

IaI «

jjo to

IaI > IaI

: ,m m

JIS

n J rl *000

lAl J n J lAl l rl *

©• ©• ©• ©• ©* ©• ©* o

gI> Gjj At Alt Bt

Oo

_•o

oo

fco

ooo

ooo

C)ooo

!&oo

(raises pitch)

» oo

bisooo c

oo

o)

oo

(Notes on gray back round are sug ested aldssimo fingerin s.)

I

1i«i«i

&

mm

*m0

0

0W32F (When more than one fingering is shown, the first is the most common.)

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Saxophone Key Diagram & Trill Exercises

Key Diagram:

high F

octaveAfork

C low A (ban sax only)

O( ) bis Bt

o( ) Gl/At

high E

side C high Fj

side A|l/Bl>

chromatic

oo

ic FS/ i ( )

Dtl/E

low B

low C

. high E

high D

low Ctl/Dl

low fit

This graphic can be used as a reference for the finger¬ing and trill charts.

Trills are a form of musical ornamentation whichinvolves a rapid, slurred, alternation between a main

note and the note above.

Unless otherwise indicated, the trill should be playedtaking the key signature in consideration. Sharp (jj),flat ([,), or natural (lj) signs that appear above a trillnotation indicate a departure from the key signatureof the piece.

Examples of trill notation:

$ ( o

trill b!> to C$

$trill Bt to C

$trill Bt to C!>

il

trill D to E1

Practice trills by taking the indicated notes and creating an exercise that progresses from slow to fast measuredrhythmic values - finally let the trill finger(s) alternate freely. Using a metronome will greatly enhance this drilltechnique.

the indicated notes are G to A

Measured Trill Exercise:

( llow fltiger(s) to alternate freely)

W32F

d

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Saxophone Trill Fingering ChartLow A Ban Sax only (this chart is applicable to all saxophones)

1 :«;-©•*

|A|.

)j«.

16!.; *

|A|.

alternate, usingthe same finger

I |. |A|.

(fo

|6|» PI.• or •• •

PI. PI.• or •• •

z>

E to F E id Fj| Fto g!> F to G FJf to G Gl? to Al? G to Al?

G to A Gjj to A a[? to bI? A to bI? A to B A| to B

I*

i

«i

«

*

$$&

mm

mmm

, W32F(When more than one fingering is shown, the first is the most common.)

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