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Extended Finger Chart

Second Octave E

 

  

Oh, I got this far and found I had an Eb in the 3rd octave.

Number 42

E second octave on knee.

X | XXX | XXOO | X

The on your Howard chanter does not suffer from the common fault of when the bottom E is in tune the second octave E is flat. This is due to bore and reed design.

Trill. A semitone trill, E- F natural, can be played by rapidly opening and closing the F natural key.

Tuning 3 cents flat

 

Number 43

E second octave off knee.

X | XXX | XXOX | O |

The off the Knee E note. Used to change tone of the E note or to play off the knee passages.

Tuning 5 cents sharp