Breathe using your diaphragm to fully fill your lungs. But if you’re going up in sets of three every week, before you know it you’ll have your fingers around all of those scales. In passages featuring this note, you should normally finger A#/Bb using your right index finger. F Major Scale – Intervals & Degrees. When practicing scales, favor the right index fingering, as it is the most awkward one. Guitar Tuner; Guitar Chord Chart; Piano Chord Chart; Metronome; Subscribe; Register; Login; Free Sheet Music, Riffs, Lessons and Tools for musicians who play. Scales for the Native Flute vary slightly depending on the bore diameter and length of the flute. I play the flute and i really need help on these notes: IN THE F MAJOR SCALE: i need to know how to play the high D, the high E, and the high F. I have been stressing out about this because I always mess them up because i think they're another note, and my teacher is always mad at me.. :[ && plz be specific on what key to press. Here's how to play a flute: Use proper posture by standing straight with a wide body and tall frame. Place your fingers in their proper positions on the flute. The highlighted notes form the C major scale. You'll immediately notice that there are no notes between E and F: that's what we meant by “half step”. Flute Flute Fingering Chart . Tonic – F (tonic) Major 2nd – G (supertonic) Major 3rd – A (mediant) Perfect 4th – A# (subdominant) Perfect 5th – C (dominant) Major 6th – D (submediant) Major 7th – E (leading tone) Perfect 8th – F (octave) Fingering this scale. The fingering chart for the Modern Flute follows. Tip #3 — Practice Chromatically, Learn Scales in Families. thank you :] Here is the division of all the notes into various degrees and intervals. Basic flute guides. Form mouth and blow with proper embouchure. This happens because higher toned flutes (higher octave), with small diameters and shorter lengths have a larger range of notes than lower toned flutes (lower octave) with wider diameters and longer lengths.Below is a downloadable selection of scales that each of the various octave ranges can produce. Here you can see all the notes in the modern twelve-tone equal temperament (explaining what this is and where it comes from is far beyond our scopes — just be content to know that all western music is based on this twelve-note system). finger 3rd finger 4th finger Left thumb flute ﬁngering chart C CD DDEEEFFG GGAA AB BBCCD DDED DE E EFFG GCGA A AB B CD.