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Interactive Clarinet Fingering Charts

View the interactive upper register clarinet fingering chart.
View the interactive altissimo register clarinet fingering chart.

Select a pitch below to see its clarinet fingering. Alternate fingerings are given, as well as an audio file that will play the pitch so you can confirm that you are using the correct fingering. These interactive fingering charts do not require Flash Player, so you may view them with an iPhone, iPad, or other device that cannot use Flash.

Purchase the printable versions of these fingering charts.

How to play Low E on the clarinetHow to play Low F on the clarinetHow to play Low F sharp on the clarinetHow to play Low G flat on the clarinetHow to play Low G on the clarinetHow to play Low G sharp on the clarinetHow to play Low A flat on the clarinetHow to play Low A on the clarinetHow to play Low A sharp on the clarinetHow to play Low B flat on the clarinetHow to play Low B on the clarinetHow to play Low C on the clarinetHow to play Low C sharp on the clarinetHow to play Low D flat on the clarinetHow to play Low D on the clarinetHow to play Low D sharp on the clarinetHow to play Low E flat on the clarinetHow to play middle E on the clarinetHow to play middle F on the clarinetHow to play middle F sharp on the clarinetHow to play middle G flat on the clarinetHow to play throat tone G on the clarinetHow to play throat tone G sharp on the clarinetHow to play throat tone A flat on the clarinetHow to play throat tone A on the clarinetHow to play throat tone A sharp on the clarinetHow to play throat tone B flat on the clarinet

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View the interactive upper register clarinet fingering chart
View the interactive altissimo register clarinet fingering chart
Upper register clarinet notes Altissimo clarinet notes

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How to use the fingering charts

Your left hand is used on the upper or top joint of the clarinet. It is represented by pink circles with a number indicating which finger to place on a key or cover a tone hole. Your right hand is used on the lower joint of the clarinet, and is represented with blue circles in these fingering charts.

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