Category Archives: Piano Chords

Piano Lesson Ten: Build Your Own Blues Chords On Piano

How To Form Blues Chords Playing the piano really becomes fun, when you learn how to build your own chords.  You can accompany yourself singing a bluesey song such as “Jelly Roll Blues”, or accompany another vocalist on a folksey … Continue reading

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Piano Lesson Nine: The Diminished Chord

The Diminished Chord This is comprised of two minor thirds which are built on top of one another. A minor third has exactly three semitones, counting C to C# as ‘one’, C# to D as ‘two’, and D to D# … Continue reading

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Piano Lesson Five: More Piano Chords

More About Piano Chords:  Today we are going to get our heads around forming chords. We will illustrate just how a chord can be built on any note at all. So far, we have dealt with Major Chords, but as … Continue reading

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Piano Lesson Three: How To Play Piano Chords

Hello Everybody – I hope that you are having fun learning to play the piano. I hope, too, that you are all keeping that practice up, and that you are  getting to know your way around the keyboard. In the … Continue reading

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