Playing Flute Scales in E Flat Major : Playing the 1st Note in an E Flat Flute Scale
Playing Flute Scales in E Flat Major : Playing the 1st Note in an E Flat Flute Scale


The first note in the E flat major scale is
E flat. This is also known as the root or the tonic of the scale since it is the first
note. This is where E flat is on the staff. Let’s look how to play in on the flute. On
the flute you use the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and thumb on the left hand. You use the 1st, 2nd, 3rd
and pinkie fingers on the right hand. This is how it sounds. Let’s review the fingerings
on the flute you have the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and thumb key on the left hand and you have the
1st, 2nd, 3rd, and pinkie key on the right hand.

3 thoughts on “Playing Flute Scales in E Flat Major : Playing the 1st Note in an E Flat Flute Scale”

  1. Christhoper Gallardo says:

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  2. mrlawilliamsuk Warmachine says:

    i think it woulda been useful to say D# as a way of explaining why it's an E that's played more like a D

  3. funky man says:

    this is 👍

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