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Two common ones for G#.

1,3,4 + side C and low Eb
Front F key plus side Bb (on alto, not tenor)

For A:

2,3,4,5,6 or 2,3

You should google on:

saxophone altissimo fingerings

(edited because I forgot to put A fingerings)
 

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A common fingering for high A on alto is this - finger a middle D, but lift your left index finger.
 

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for G#3 try : 1,3 LH and 1,3 RH + side c key ( change the side key to side B flat and you have a good G )
 

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TonySax said:
I was wondering if anyone could suggest me some fingerings for g sharp and a in the third octave for alto saxophone. Many thanks
My personal fingerings are G#: T123/4 Ta Tc (Ta=sBb/Tc=sC per Londeix's chart) and A: T23/4 Ta Tc They are stable and in tune, and you need only move LH index finger to move between them. Rousseau's High Tones for Saxophone has a very comprehensive fingering chart that works well for modern saxophones.
 
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