Play The Piano Like A Pro

Written by Ismael D. Tabije

Meetrepparttar 12 Major Notes:

1.C (do) 2.C# - Db (do sharp or re flat) (one-key only) 3.D (re) 4.D# - Eb (re sharp or mi flat) (one key only) 5.E (mi) 6.F (fa) 7.F# - Gb (fa sharp or so flat) (one key only) 8.G(so) 9.G# - Ab(so sharp or la flat) (one key only) 10.A (la) 11.A# - Bb(la sharp or ti flat) 12.B (ti)

Meetrepparttar 110056 12 Major Chords:

1.C major - do, mi, so {C, E, G keys} 2.D major - re, fa#, la {D, F#, A keys} 3.E major - mi, so#, ti{E, G#, B keys} 4.F major - (lower) fa, (lower) la, (middle) do{F, A, C keys} 5.G major - (lower) so, (lower) ti, (middle) re{G, B, D keys} 6.A major - (lower) la, (middle) do#, (middle) mi {A, C#, E keys} 7.B major - (lower) ti, (middle)re#, (middle) fa# {B, D#, F# keys} 8.C# or Db - do#, fa, so# {C#, F, G# keys} 9.D# or Eb - re#, so, la# {D#, G, A# keys} 10.F# or Gb - (lower) fa#, (lower) la#, (middle) do# {F#, A#, D# keys} 11.G# or Ab - (lower) so#, (middle) do, (middle) re# {G#, C, D# keys} 12.A# or Bb - (lower) tib, (middle) re, (middle) fa {Bb, D, F keys}

Notes some one ofrepparttar 110057 most important things to learn and digest when it comes to learning music. The foundation of every tune isrepparttar 110058 note. This is also what makesrepparttar 110059 music lesson quite difficult to learn. It is because music is another language. There are lots of music notes to memorize. However, there are some techniques to better understand and not just to memorizerepparttar 110060 notes then eventually digest all of them. The first technique is to knowrepparttar 110061 first twelve (12) major notes. Enumerated above arerepparttar 110062 twelve major notes. Most of us have encounteredrepparttar 110063 do-re-mi-fa-sol-la-ti notes inrepparttar 110064 early stage of our education. Whether we liked it or not, music has always been a part ofrepparttar 110065 academe. The alphabet notes C, D, E, F, G, A, B are also used along withrepparttar 110066 do-re-mi-fa-sol-la-ti notes. However, most people especially those who are not totally musically inclined are more familiar withrepparttar 110067 latter.

Exercises For Your Fingers (Basic Piano Drills)

Written by Ismael D. Tabije

Upon hearingrepparttar word piano,repparttar 110055 very first thing that pops into your mind isrepparttar 110056 set of black and white keys. Anybody can playrepparttar 110057 piano believe me. You don't necessarily need to go to music schools or hire certified music instructors to tell you how to pound those keys and play a song. You can be your own teacher as long as you haverepparttar 110058 interest andrepparttar 110059 eagerness to learn then it wouldn't be so difficult.

All you need is a piano, song lyrics with chords and a piano chord chart. Play any of your favorite songs onrepparttar 110060 piano just like you do on a guitar. Learning to playrepparttar 110061 piano through chords is notrepparttar 110062 traditional learning procedure. You will still meet musical terms, read notes and other symbols but not through hectic musical lessons.

Playingrepparttar 110063 piano through chords is easy and fun. But how do you really start pressing those keys? First, of course, you must know and familiarizerepparttar 110064 piano. This is because you need to acquaint yourself withrepparttar 110065 middle "C" orrepparttar 110066 middle "do" which isrepparttar 110067 main key onrepparttar 110068 keyboard. The middle "C" isrepparttar 110069 white key located beforerepparttar 110070 two black keys inrepparttar 110071 middle ofrepparttar 110072 keyboard. Note that every white key onrepparttar 110073 left side of every two black keys is calledrepparttar 110074 "C" orrepparttar 110075 "do", but you have to look forrepparttar 110076 middle "C" or "do".

Now that you know aboutrepparttar 110077 middle "C" orrepparttar 110078 middle "do", you have to knowrepparttar 110079 names ofrepparttar 110080 rest ofrepparttar 110081 keys. No, don't worry, you won't have a hard time namingrepparttar 110082 allrepparttar 110083 keys. As mentioned earlier, every white key onrepparttar 110084 left side of every two black keys is calledrepparttar 110085 "C" orrepparttar 110086 "do". A group is composed of a of two black keys, three black keys and seven white keys. It will then depend onrepparttar 110087 length of your keyboard on how many groups it would have. Try dividingrepparttar 110088 keys of your keyboards according torepparttar 110089 keys. Then you are now ready to get to know each key on each group.

Remember thatrepparttar 110090 each group would start with "C" or "do". Thenrepparttar 110091 succeeding white keys takerepparttar 110092 letters D, E, F, G, A and B or re, mi, fa, sol, la and ti. You have now named all ofrepparttar 110093 white keys. The black keys arerepparttar 110094 flats andrepparttar 110095 sharps. The technique to determinerepparttar 110096 flats andrepparttar 110097 sharps is to know their position. Ifrepparttar 110098 black key is found atrepparttar 110099 left of every white key, then it is a flat. Ifrepparttar 110100 black key is found atrepparttar 110101 right side of every white key, it is a sharp. For example,repparttar 110102 black key nearest torepparttar 110103 middle C is at its right side,repparttar 110104 black key then is named as C sharp or do #. The C# then could take another name since it is also found atrepparttar 110105 left side of D orrepparttar 110106 "re" key. The same goes forrepparttar 110107 other black keys. There'srepparttar 110108 "D" or "re" sharp which isrepparttar 110109 same key for "E" or "mi" flat. The "F" or "fa" sharp isrepparttar 110110 same as "G" or "so" flat. The "G" or "so" sharp is alsorepparttar 110111 "A" or "la" flat. Andrepparttar 110112 "A" or "la" sharp is alsorepparttar 110113 "B" or "ti" flat.

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