A saxophone fingering chart is usually in the first couple of pages in any saxophone instruction book.  If you are studying the saxophone and are looking for information on how to play saxophone, you will need to understand the saxophone fingering and you need a good saxophone fingering chart.

Whether you play alto, tenor, soprano, or baritone saxophone, the fingering is the same, with very few exceptions.   The only difference is that on certain baritone saxophones there is a low A key, which extends the range down to A below low B-flat (Bb).  There are also certain alternate fingerings which will be covered in depth in a later article.

A saxophone fingering chart will show a diagram of what fingers go where on the saxophone for the particular notes of the chromatic scale.  For those new to music in general, the chromatic scale is a scale in which every note is played, including all sharps and flats.  If you were to picture a piano keyboard, you would play every single note including all the white keys as well as black keys in succession.

Here are a couple of links to two different free saxophone fingering charts.  I hope that you may find them useful.

Here are the links:
Saxophone fingering chart (1)

Saxophone fingering chart (2)

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