X:1 T:Spanish Gypsy Scale T:Common extended fingering %%fingering P14 %%scale 0.9 M:none K:E treble L: 1/4 ^A | B | =d | d | =f | f | g | ^a | w:||||||[G]
X:2 T:Spanish Gypsy Scale T:Alternate Hold 4 fingering %%fingering P41 %%scale 0.9 M:none K:E treble L: 1/4 ^A | B | =d | d | =f | f | g | ^a | w:||||||[G]
The top example uses the common chromatic fingerings. The bottom example use the Hold 4 fingerings, which some may find easier, since the 4th hole from the top is always closed. Depending on your flute, second to highest pitch [G] may require using the fingering from the other example.
There are other ways of playing this scale. Some start the scale with all holes closed and omit the next pitch in the scale, which would require quarter-holing the bottom hole---very difficult, even if the flute supports it. This sacrifice allows the range of pitches to be a little wider than an octave, but uses mostly different fingers than provided here.
The Spanish Gypsy Scale is a common name for the Phrygian Dominant Scale, also called Spanish Phrygian, Spanish Major and, less often, Freygish or Ahava Rabboh Scale.