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Quantity (prints): 123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930313233343536373839404142434445464748495051525354555657585960616263646566676869707172737475767778798081828384858687888990919293949596979899(You can remove it later)Did you buy this item? Our first position violin fingering chart helps you easily learn violin note locations on your fingerboard and the music staff.
This beginner violin fingering chart shows the relation between first position violin notes on a music staff and the notes on a violin fingerboard using a Fretless Finger Guide. Use it to learn violin : The two numbers below each note on the music staff above represent the string the note is found on, and the finger the note is played with, respectively. Between the natural notes there are two colored triangles inside a square box like in the example below. In the example above, if you are playing the Blue B on the G (4) string and need to descend one half tone to B flat, move your second (2) finger down the fingerboard to the box that contains the Blue triangle. Key Signatures: The key signature tells you which notes are sharped or flatted in a scale or song. Using the information from the first position fingering chart above, play this C major scale. Fretless Finger Guides™ give you the advantage when learning scales and note positions on a fingerboard.


Start playing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star on the fourth (4) string using your third (3) finger. For example, the first note on the music staff in the chart above is a Green G played on the open (O) G (4) string. The first number (4) is the string the note is on, and second number (1) is the finger the note is played with. If you are playing the Red A on the G (4) string and need to ascend one half tone to A sharp, move your first (1) finger up the fingerboard to the box that contains the Red triangle.
The C scale below is one of the few scales that contains no sharps or flats and requires no key signature.
From left to right, start with the Yellow C on the fourth (4) string, using your third (3) finger. Whether you are learning on your own, taking violin lessons or fiddle lessons, color coding songs is a great way to learn the names and positions of the notes on the staff. You'll need seven colored pens or markers that correspond with the colors on the Fretless Finger Guide™.
We do not use or store email addresses from this form for any other purpose than sending your share email. The "down" pointing triangle is a flat when you are descending a scale (going down in tone).
The key signature appears between the treble clef and time signature on a piece of sheet music. Using the first position violin fingering chart, and seven matching colored markers, any fiddle or violin song or violin scale written for first position can be color coded and numbered for use with the Fretless Finger Guide.


Generally, any note that lies on the same line as a sharp sign is sharped and any note that lies on the same line as a flat sign is flatted. Feel free to recommend similar pieces if you liked this piece, or alternatives if you didn't. For instance, as a musician playing a composition in E major you will need to know which notes on the staff will be sharped.
Our Fretless Finger Guides™ provide the violin player with a clear way to find chord groupings, scale notes, arpeggios and notes on a music staff right on the violin fingerboard. Avoid disclosing contact information (email addresses, phone numbers, etc.), or including URLs, time-sensitive material or alternative ordering information. A comprehensive study of scales is an extremely important factor in a well rounded music education. All submitted reviews become the licensed property of Sheet Music Plus and are subject to all laws pertaining thereto.
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