Fingering for E Flat Major, F Sharp Minor and B Flat Major scales

Showing the coordination between the hands



E Flat Major
RH 2 12 34 12 3 12 34 12 3
LH 3 21 43 21 3 21 43 21 2


F Sharp Minor
RH 23 12 3 12 34 12 3 12 3
LH 43 21 3 21 43 21 3 21 2


These two have the same coordination pattern as each other, which is similar to, but slightly easier than, the C Major type. Once again, don’t be put off by the fingering at the ends of scales, which often appears to break the sequence.



B Flat Major
RH 2 12 3 123 4 12 3 123 4
LH 3 21 4 321 3 21 4 321 2


The final fingering ‘group’ of one! Just remember that when one hand has 3 (in a single note cell), the other has 4.



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