Recorder Fingering Charts

There are a number of on-line resources detailing the fingerings used to play the recorder.

1. One of the most extensive fingering resources available is located at the Blockis Recorder Fingerings web site:

This site has the interactive as well as printable pdf file fingerings used for:

        English/Baroque fingering

        German fingering

        Ganassi fingerings

        Renaissance fingerings 

        Piano-Forte fingerings

        Trill fingerings

as well as the fingerings recommended by various manufacturers

2. Prescott Workshop has a very nice compact set of fingerings in a printable pdf file format.

        Fingerings for Baroque Recorders in C

        Fingerings for Baroque Recorders in F    

Fingerings for Baroque Bass Recorders in F

as well as fingerings for Transitional and Renaissance Recorders

3. Another site that is an excellent resource for recorders in general and for recorder fingering specifically is available as printable pdf files at:

Dolmetsch On-Line

        English/Baroque Recorder Fingering Chart - for all C & F recorders

        English/Baroque Recorder Trill Fingering Chart - for all C & F recorders

        English/Baroque Fingering Chart for Descant/Soprano in D, Tenor in D, Treble/Alto in G, Treble/Alto in E flat & Bass in G

4.    Special fingerings: one-handed recorder fingering chart (for Dolmetsch adaptive instruments)