There is one fingering for Low G sharp and A flat. The two pitches are the same and are called enharmonic equivalents. To see the fingerings for other pitches, select one of the note images in the chart below. Purchase the printable versions of these fingering charts.
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Notes on the Fingerings Make sure to cover all of the holes completely while pressing the right hand pinky key. If you do not cover them all the way, the clarinet will squeak.
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Clarinet Fingerings in the Low Register
Select a note below to see the fingering for each pitch, hear what it sounds like, and view alternate fingerings.
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