Here are the next set of Tenor and Alto saxophone fingering chart. Remember to take your time and use your diaphragm to support your breath. Check them out below.
As this is going towards the top end of the scale I suggest you learn to start tightening your embouchre as you go up. To get the higher notes you may find it easier to take more of the mouthpiece into your mouth. This gives the reed more room to vibrate.
If you are not getting a sound don't try to blow harder, if anything you
need to learn to blow softer until you can get a sound.Try going up the scales from D. This way you can see how much
difference there is between notes with regard to air pressure and tightness of the embouchre. Once you've played the Tenor and Alto
saxophone fingering chart a few times you will be able to remember the keyings from memory.
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