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Erudition to play the piano with chords part 2 - music


Do you want to learn how to play chords on the piano? Can you previously read sheet music or basic notes on the treble and or bass clef?

Do you look at the notes on a piece of sheet music and are incapable to name the chords?

Or do you look at a piece of sheet music, see the communication "C" and are not sure which notes to play?

If you answered yes to the first and back up cast doubt on this is easy to remedy. Deliberate which chords are being represented by notes in sheet music comes with custom just like comprehension the basic notes does.

Chords are three or more notes played together. When you see these groups of notes on sheet music start maxim aloud which chord is being represented. Of choice in the establishment this will go slowly. You could start daily for about 15 follow-up and in all probability abruptly be converted into capable in a be relevant of weeks (if you are before now analysis sheet music). You will need a chord chart so that you know which chords you are reading. Visit my website at http://www. strugglingchurchmusician. us and go to the free downloads page for a chord chart of the basic chords in each key. This is notation not the the ivories picture. This will help you to abruptly see chords in notated music.

If your conundrum is the third ask then this is even easier to remedy. You will be amazed how abruptly your hands commit to memory the positions considered necessary to play chords. Using the chord chart located at http://www. strugglingchurchmusician. us in the free downloads page. This chart lists the core chords in each key in music notation or in black and white out on the grand staff.

Daily apply will also make you more dexterous here. But as a substitute of appraisal the bass clef in sheet music to know what chords look like in black and white out, take an easy song that stays in one key and that lists the chord calligraphy above the melody. Go by means of the chord chart and find the core chords for that key. Custom in performance those chords more than a few times and then try them with the song. Work on a new key as soon as you feel adept in the flow one. Go because of the chords using the circumnavigate of fifths or fourths (also a copy of this at http://www. strugglingchurchmusician. us in the free downloads page). In no time at all you will be comfortable in performance these chords and ready to move on to more!

Kemi is a house of worship pianist and creator of the book The Struggling Cathedral Pianist. Visit her website and download some free musician tools at http://www. strugglingchurchmusician. us


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