Grab this free saxophone fingering chart including Altissimo notes
…and keep it handy on your music stand!
When you are just getting started on saxophone it’s super useful to have a reference sheet for the correct finger patterns. And for intermediate and advanced players who are extending their range or exploring techniques like “trills”, a finger chart is essential.
This free saxophone fingering chart shows you all the correct hand and finger positions (essential for Fast Fingers on sax) for all saxophones from baritone, tenor and alto through to soprano saxophone.
How to use this finger chart
Our fingering sheet is super easy to read. Check the chart for each note to see which fingers need to be placed. A filled in key means that finger is down.
This chart covers all of the standard range from low Bb (the lowest note on your saxophone) right up to high F and beyond into the most common altissimo notes you will need on your sax.
When you are ready we also have other charts to help you including our alternate Bb finger chart here.