Thank you very much
I have a few follow-up questions:
First, my flute isn't 100% like the one in the picture I posted, it says D instead of E, so that means my flute is in the key of D? And that I should be reading the notes from the link you provided accordingly? (A - 6 covered, B - 5 covered, C# - 4 covered, D - 3, E - 2, F# - 1, G# - 0)
So, if this is correct, I would play the notes on the staff (B, D, and F) as - 5 holes covered, then 3 holes covered, and then 1 hole covered?
What would you say is the difference between notes like F and F#, G and G#, etc.? Does it have to do anything with the fact that there are F and E notes both on the lines and between them, I mean, do I play F differently when I see it on the line or between two lines?
And I guess that's it for now, thanks again for the help
Edit: After playing just a little while according to the "key of D" fingering, I couldn't get it to sound reasonable, it just sounds totally out of balance, not how it's supposed to sound like. However, if I play according to the "key of G" fingering (same as the last image in my first post), it makes a lot more sense, and sounds much more like how it's supposed to, even though my flute clearly has a "D" written on it. Do you have any idea why is that? Perhaps it's really in 'G' but it just says 'D' for whatever reason?