Turkish Clarinet Fingerings

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About this app

This application was initially aimed at G Clarinets (also known as Turkish Clarinet) which generally uses the Albert System keywork.

However it has since been expanded to include both the Albert and the Boehm System Fingerings.

Clarinets with Albert system keywork is typically used for Middle Eastern and central European music (Turkish folk music, Klezmer, Greek, etc)

Clarinets outside of Middle East and Central Europe generally use the Boehm system keywork.

This app allows you to switch between the two keyworks.

Some of the other features of the app include:
- To cater for the note naming difference between different regions, you’re also able to select either A B C… or Do Re Mi… formats.
- You can listen to the specific note by playing it in the app.
- You can see the selected note on a stave including sharps and flats.
- You can slide your finger on the screen up or down to quickly change to a specific note
- By clicking on the left-right buttons, you can see alternative fingerings for the selected note
- You can bookmark the selected note so next time you start the app, it starts at that spot.
Updated on
Apr 21, 2020

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70 reviews
Geo Uhrich
September 23, 2021
It seems that the notes are based on a b-flat clarinet. I get a fifth higher than listed.? the sound does not match the notation. Please advise.
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Ozgur Aksu
September 25, 2021
For anyone else having similar issues - After emailing back and forward with Geo, we identified that the tuner being used is not transposed. So it's giving the concert pitch sound name rather than the matching transposed name. Provided instructions on how to modify the tuner application to show correct details.
Derek Albertsen
May 8, 2021
It seems that the notes are based on a b-flat clarinet. I get a fifth higher than listed.?
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Ozgur Aksu
May 8, 2021
Is it specific notes where you're seeing this? They should all be for a G-clarinet. I'll go check again just to confirm though I'm confident.
Anand Salve
August 30, 2022
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What's new

Fixed an issue with language selection.