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Spelled Out Chords that will unlock the piano to you

If you can understand these chords then you can play the piano (by Marc-Charles Nicolas)

This is what your piano teacher may never tells you and that is why you spend months trying to play piano.  All songs are played in one or many keys.  Most songs can be played using this formula = I,  IV,  IV  . For example,  a song in the key of C can be played using the first chord C major = CEG  the next chord in the song maybe F major = FAC,  then the next chord maybe G major = GBD.  You see, the First chord, the 4th chord, then the 5th chord.  Now as you learn how to play the piano, you become better;  playing this way may become a bit boring.  You will want to add more chords to make it sound better. This is the purpose of the spelled out chords.  It give you  7 seven possibilities or seven possible chords in each each key or each sub key. Here is the list prepared by Marc-Charles Nicolas

 

 

Major

Minor

Minor

Major

Major

Minor

Dim

Back

Key

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

I
C

C maj

Dmin

Emin

Fmaj

Gmaj

Amin

Bdim

Cmaj

C

CEG

DFA

EGB

FAC

GBD

ACE

BDF

CEG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

D

Dmaj

Emin

F#Minor

Gmaj

Amaj

Bmin

Dbdim

Dmaj

D

D F# A

EGB

F#AC#

GBD

AC#E

BDF#

C#EG

D F# A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

E

Emaj

F#min

Abmin

Amjor

Bmaj

Db minor

Ebdim

Emaj

E

EG#B

F#AC#

G#BD#

AC#E

BD#F#

C#EG#

D#F#A

EG#B

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

F

Fmaj

Gmin

Amin

BbMaj

Cmaj

Dmin

Edim

Fmaj

F

FAC

GBbD

ACE

BbDF

CEG

DFA

EGB b

FAC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

G

Gmaj

Amin

Bmin

Cmaj

Dmaj

Emin

F#Dim

Gmaj

G

GBD

ACE

BDF#

CEG

DF#A

EGB

F#AC

GBD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A

Amaj

Bmin

  Db minor

Dmaj

Emaj

F#min

G#dim

Amaj

A

AC#E

BDF#

C#EG#

DF#A

EG#B

F#AC#

G#BD

A#CE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bmaj Bmaj Db minor Ebminor Emaj Gbmaj Abminor Bbdim Bmaj

Bmaj

BD#F#

C#EG#

D#F#A#

EG#B

F#A#C#

C#BD#

A#C#E

BD#F#

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ab

Abmaj

Bbmin

Cmin

Dbmaj

Ebmaj

Fmin

Gdim

Abmaj

Ab

AbCEb

BbDbF

CEbG

DbFAb

EbGBb

FAbC

GBbDb

AbCEb

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B b

Bbmaj

Cmin

Dmin

Ebmaj

Fmaj

Gmin

Adim

Bbmaj

B b

BbDF

CE bG

DFA

E bGAb

FAC

GBbD

ACEb

BbDF

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Db

Dbmaj

Ebmin

Fmin

Gbmaj

Abmaj

Bbmin

Cdim

Dbmaj

Db

DbFAb

EbGbBb

FAbC

GbBbDb

AbCEb

BbDbF

CEbGb

DbFAb

Bass Db Eb F Gb Ab Bb C Db

 Below is my favorite way of spelling out D flat shord

Chords 1rst 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 6th

Db Chord

F AbDb

GbBbDb

EbAbDb

FAbBbDb

GbBbDb

FAC

FBbDb

AbCDbF

Bass

Db

 Eb

F

Gb

Ab

A

Bb

Bb

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eb Chord

Ebmaj

Fmin

Gmin

Abmaj

Bbmaj

Cmin

Adim

Ebmaj

bass

EbGBb

FAbC

GBbD

AbCEb

BbDF

CEbG

DFAb

EbGBb

Prepared by Marc-Charles Nicolas  Email me    Click Here to See my cool Eflat Chords

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