The above graphics are in high definition 600 DPI and will print brilliantly even if the screen display is not that good. You can also hold the F chord as shown in the diagram below, starting with its root note F, then skipping a key, playing a key (A), skipping a key,  playing a key (C) as we did with the C major chord. A tie is a curved line connecting the heads of two notes of the same pitch, indicating that they are to be played as a single note with a duration equal to the sum of the individual notes’ note values.
In some cases one might tie two notes which could be written with a single note value, such as a half note tied to a quarter note (the same length as a dotted half note). Click here for my favorite How to Play Piano course. If you want to learn piano the easy way, and not have to endure technical, traditional, boring stuff, I recommend this to you. When you’re learning to play the piano, the first and most basic chords you learn will form the foundation of everything that is to come. The vast majority of songs can be played – or at least accompanied – by playing these basic chords.
Subscribe to our "Learn Piano Chords" newsletter and receive a free PDF copy of the all major, minor, major 7 and minor 7 piano chords. In this piano lesson we shall take a look at three chords in the key of C, namely, the C major chord, the F major chord and the G major chord.


In music theory, a major chord is a chord having a root, a major third, and a perfect fifth. When a chord has these three notes alone, it is called a major triad. We saw that the top number in a time signature tells you how many beats there are in a measure (or bar) while the bottom number tells you what kind of note gets a beat. In fact, the basic, three-tone beginner piano chords constitutes one of the foundational elements of total harmony, which is the basis of most Western music itself, at least until the 20th century. In order to be properly called a chord, a simultaneously struck combination of keys must have at least three notes. Each of the chords you have learned forms the root chord for any piece in the corresponding key. For the left hand, the 5th finger plays C, the 3rd finger plays E and the 1st finger plays G. You can have a half note and a quarter note as well since a half note lasts two beats and a quarter note lasts one beat.
Striking one note, obviously, is a note and striking two different notes simultaneously is called an interval. You can experiment a bit and crawl up and down the keyboard using three note intervals to create major and minor chords.


That is to say, if you were in the key of a minor, you could assume that the chords A, D and E would work to accompany most any melody, and you would likely be right.
For the right hand, the 1st finger plays C, the 3rd finger plays E and the 5th finger plays G.
So while one would count two beats for a half note, if it is dotted one would have to count three beats. Immediately to the left of the leftmost black key in any two-key group you’ll find the white key that corresponds to the note C.
Just as is the case with the major keys, these minor key chords form the foundation of their respective keys. The notes that follow, in the key of C and including the black keys are: C, C#(Db), D, D#(Eb), F, F#(Gb), G, G#(Ab), A, A#(Bb), B.



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