Slide your thumb to select the note you want to find a fingering for.
Our chart goes from the first octave B to the fourth octave G.
Tap the sharp or flat button to make the note sharp or flat.
Tap the button once more to return to the natural note.
Instantly convert the app into a trill chart with one tap.
Hit the “tr” button to see the trill options.
Slide to select half or whole step.
Swipe left to explore alternate fingerings for each note.
The symbols below the alternates, indicate the intonation and characteristics of the alternate (if available).
Select the fingering you want and click “add to practice list”.
Add all the fingerings you want to practice.
Click "go to list" to go to the practice list.
Master all the fingerings you’re learning on the practice list.
Tap delete to remove or tap “delete all” to start over and make a new list.
Get started with proper posture here. Read below to learn how to hold the flute.
Don't worry if you don't quite get it yet. In this video, Mr. Selfridge goes into more detail on how to hold the flute.
Embouchure (lip position) and air movement are crucial to be able to play the flute. Mr. Selfidge has another tutorial explaining how to blow into the flute.
For more on how to trill, here's Nina Perlov:
Here are some of the best resources to advance your flute learning.
↑ The ultimate YouTube channel for band students - Find beginner/intermediate tutorials, song walk-throughs, and more.
↑ Joanna's YouTube channel is fun and real - Get a look inside the life of a flutist with insider flute tips.
↑Melissa has a very popular YouTube channel - She has a huge selection of popular music turned flute covers.
↑An iconic fingering chart website - Great if you're on a desktop.
↑A nice breakdown of all the basic fingerings in one sheet (front and back).
↑Want to master this craft? This is the go-to guide for many flutists when looking for alternates.
↑Free sheet music for beginners to experts with a new score every day.