This document provides fingerings charts that work on many Native American Flutes.
Versions are included for six-hole and five-hole flutes with pentatonic minor tuning as well as
six-hole diatonic flutes. Most fingering charts are provided with finger
diagrams in two orientations: mouth-end up and mouth end down (“inverted”).
The primary fingerings for each chromatic note are shown in black, with alternate fingerings
shown in blue.
This document is part of a collection of Native American Flute resources available at
. The Flutopedia web site includes, among many other things, an
extensive set of finger diagram fonts for engraving sheet music that are similar to the finger
diagrams in this document. All fonts have been embedded in this PDF file, so that it should
display identically on various systems.
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This document was last updated August 9, 2014 by Clint Goss [email@example.com]