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Clarinet Fingering Charts

Clarinet Fingering Charts, by Kyle Coughlin

Clarinet fingering charts that are easy for beginner clarinetists to understand. If you are confused by traditional fingering charts or have trouble making sense of the circles and dots in most standard charts, see the fingering charts below. For many years, I heard students repeatedly say “I don’t know how to finger that note,” and “I can’t figure out my clarinet fingering chart.” As a result, I decided to design fingering charts that make sense to young students. Each interactive fingering chart has a picture of a real clarinet instead of a series of confusing circles and dots. Two of the fingering charts have sound, and two of them offer alternate fingerings.

Improved Clarinet Fingering Charts

Visit TheClarinet.net for my larger and easier to read fingering charts that do not require Flash Player. The interactive fingering charts can be used on iPhones, iPads, and other portable devices. Each note includes alternate fingerings and sound!

The clarinet charts provide beginner and intermediate students with a clear and easy way to learn clarinet notes. The interactive fingering charts require Adobe Flash Player which is a free download. The charts with sound allow you to find the correct fingering and listen to the pitch of the note, so you can be sure that you have placed your fingers properly.

Printable Clarinet Fingering Charts

Easy to use printable clarinet fingering charts are now available for all registers of the instrument.

Interactive Clarinet Fingering Charts

Lower register clarinet fingering chart with sound

Lower register fingering chart with sound.
Fingerings for all of the notes in the lower register, with sound for every pitch.

Upper register clarinet fingering chart with sound

Upper register fingering chart with sound.
Fingerings for all of the notes in the upper register, from B in the middle of the staff to high G, with sound for every pitch.

Low register clarinet chart with alternate fingerings

Lower register clarinet chart with alternate fingerings.
The alternate fingerings for all of the notes in the lower register, with explanations on each fingering. This chart does not have sound.

Upper register fingering chart for the clarinet, with alternate fingerings

Upper register clarinet chart with alternate fingerings.
Alternate fingerings for all of the notes in the upper register, from B in the middle of the staff to high G, with explanations of each fingering. The chart does not have sound.

Printable clarinet fingering charts

Printable clarinet fingering charts for all registers of the instrument.
These printable clarinet fingering charts are in PDF format and feature large images of the clarinet that can be enlarged. Three charts are available for the lower, upper, and altissimo registers.

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