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Effects of Age on Piano Practice piano practice

Question: I used to play when I was younger. I am 52 now but still love to play (it’s innate). Unsupportive family members restricted me from practicing as much as I wanted. So I stopped for a few years but can’t get rid of it. Can I catch up to a speed of just an average piano...

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Different Rhythms in Different Hands piano practice

Question: Okay, so I haven’t taken piano lessons for 5 years and I stopped as a beginner so I’m not very good and I don’t know all that much. But for whatever reason I have been playing random songs lately and I’ve been trying to play music where my right hand and left...

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Counting Rhythm piano practice

Question: Just a quick question re: counting notes… timing. I’m immediately interested in finding help in proper counting of various notes. I struggle with this more than anything. Reading notes is not an issue… playing correct timing of notes is. Can I expect to find this...

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A Chord piano chord chart

The A major triad, more commonly called the A major chord or simply the A chord for short, consists of the notes A, C-sharp and E. Here it is on the treble clef staff:

Here is the A major chord on the bass clef staff:

Here are both of the above chords on the piano:

As a major triad, the A...

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A-flat Chord piano chord chart

The A-flat major triad, more commonly called the A-flat major chord or simply the A-flat chord for short, consists of the notes A-flat, C and E-flat. Here it is on the treble clef staff:

Here is the A-flat major chord on the bass clef staff:

Here are both of the above chords on the piano:

As...

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B Chord piano chord chart

The B major triad, more commonly called the B major chord or simply the B chord for short, consists of the notes B, D-sharp and F-sharp. Here it is on the treble clef staff:

… and on the piano:

As B major triad, the B chord consists of a major third plus a minor third. The interval from...

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B-flat Chord piano chord chart

The B-flat major triad, more commonly called the B-flat major chord or simply the B-flat chord for short, consists of the notes B-flat, D and F. Here it is on the treble clef staff:

… and on the bass clef staff:

Here are both of the above chords on the piano:

As B-flat major triad, the...

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C Chord piano chord chart

The C major triad, more commonly called the C major chord or simply the C chord for short, is typically the first chord learned in music theory. Here it is on the treble clef staff:

… and on the piano:

Here is the C major chord on the bass clef staff:

As a major triad, the C chord...

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C-sharp Chord piano chord chart

The C-sharp major triad, more commonly called the C-sharp major chord or simply the C-sharp chord for short, consists of the notes C-sharp, E-sharp and G-sharp. It is enharmonic with the D-flat major chord – meaning that both chords are the same on the piano, even though the notes are...

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D Chord piano chord chart

The D major triad, more commonly called the D major chord or simply the D chord for short, consists of the notes D, F-sharp and A. Here it is on the treble clef staff:

… and on the piano:

Here is the D major chord on the bass clef staff:

As a major triad, the D chord consists of a ...

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D-flat Chord piano chord chart

The D-flat major triad, more commonly called the D-flat major chord or simply the D-flat chord for short, consists of the notes D-flat, F and A-flat. It is enharmonic with the C-sharp major chord – meaning that both chords are the same on the piano, even though the notes are different.

Here...

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E Chord piano chord chart

The E major triad, more commonly called the E major chord or simply the E chord for short, consists of the notes E, G-sharp and B. Here it is on the treble clef staff:

… and on the piano:

Let’s see it on the bass clef staff:

Here is the above chord on the piano:

As a major...

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