I would like t I I IGreetings to you all! I have a few questions, and while I am new here, I did spend some time looking at some very interesting messages on this forum that was of great help to me. Thank you so kindly. I do not know if it has been discussed in great length already but this has been on my mind for some time and I still have not gotten it all straightened out in my head to be honest. Over the years I have played other instruments, but in due time I started to shy away from instruments that were not in the Key of C simply because it got all too confusing for me, even more I do not want to mess up my hearing anymore than I already have. GRIN. But I can't seem to keep away from going in seasons of still wanting to play my trumpet and cornet. But then I always come to that moment of crisis. When I play "G" for example, according to the elementary books for trumpet and cornet, it is not actually a G that I am playing, but an F# I believe. In these past few years I have always faired well when I made my own cheat sheets and had a blast. So here I am, hoping you all could help me with this. I want to make for myself a fingering chart that is accurate for all Trumpet/Cornet keys. When I play these at my level of playing, I am not quite sure what they should ALL exactly be as I do understand that there are some intonation problems in some older models and of course in the way we play it and all that. But I would like to know, exactly, all the way up and all the way down what are the actual notes we should be playing even though the books show us how to learn it differently. Does anyone have a chart? Does anyone know if it is exactly a semi-tone off all the way or the variables or ? I would so very, very, very, much appreciate having an accurate guideline for this. Thanks so very much.