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Piano Chords

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More on Note Reading and Piano Chords

Learning to read music is not difficult. After an hour  you will understand enough to be able to play a simple melody. It gets a little harder when you read music at the same time – On the spot!  But, this is something that comes gradually, more and more, consciously or unconsciously when you are practicing.

Find a chant that can help you sing along at the same time.

Tips on how to find the pitch on the following:

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Piano Chords

Triads and seventh chords

Chords are formed with three tones: e.g. C Major uses 1st, 3rd and 5 tones of the scale,  C-E-G.

C D E ^ F G A B ^ C this becomes a C major chord (^ marks the semitone!)

C D E F G A B add to 7th tone to get a C Major 7th (CM7) chord

Looking for a D-major chord, you take the first, third, fifth tones  D, F# and A

D E F# G A B C# ^ D This thus becomes a D-major chord (^ marks the half steps!)

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