Saxophone Fingering Chart

Saxophone Fingering Chart

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A saxophone fingering chart is essential to help give you a constant reminder of the correct way of playing each note. Without it, you will spend a lot of wasted time trying to figure things out until your ability to pick the right fingering and palm key coordination becomes ingrained. Keeping a good chart close to hand will enable you to always play a B♭, say, correctly.

Now, there are many saxophone fingering charts out there, but most give little or no explanation of how to read or interpret them. The Newbury Sax School saxophone fingering chart goes beyond the others by being interactive. 

The diagram for each note has links to an alto or tenor video. In the videos, I demonstrate the notes and, using two camera angles, show you how to position your fingers. This promotional version of the chart has video links for the first 8 notes. The full version is available to subscribers in the Members Area of Newbury Sax School. 

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