French horns transpose in F, which means that you’re generally taught to read a C written on a staff and play a note which sounds as a “concert” F. That is to say, you sound a fifth lower than written. This is a B flat concert chromatic scale activity for french horn players. So I really need to learn all my scales (basically the 13 Major Scales). The regular fingerings are for the F Horn. B. Double Horn - an F Horn that has an added B-Flat Thumb valve 3. This chart will use the double horn fingerings (as it incorporates both F and Bb sides). Single B-Flat Horn - used typically in the marching band - "Mellophone" B. It`s not a Bb Horn, a F horn, a double horn, or anything but the Bb horn with a A valve thing. I want to practice my french horn over the summer so that I can get first chair next year (since I've been last chair for the past two years out of my two years of playing). I`m trying to learn how to play it, but nobody seems to know where to get a fingering chart. The chromatic scale going up is represented in sharps and the scale going down is represented in flats. It is true that the horn can go lower by an octave, and higher too, but you can learn those notes later. Typically horn fingering charts are somewhat confusing as they combine fingerings for F and B-flat horns without presenting clearly a preferred set for the double horn. There are some partials on the French Horn that are not used Therefore, understanding the StepWise French Horn fingering chart takes more explanation than the other brass instruments. The ones in parenthesis are for the B Flat Horn, to be used with the trigger or thumb valve. The first page is the chromatic scale going up and the second page is the chromatic scale going down. Mellophone Fingering Chart Ok I could sit at a piano for hours, but a fingering chart would be quite useful!PLEASE DIRECT ME TO A FINGERING CHART… It is an advanced fingering chart that will include all notes from low C to high C -- 3 full octaves.