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Chords 101

Chords 101

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A crashcourse in chordpiano.
A crashcourse in chordpiano.

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Published by: staalelc on Mar 28, 2009
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FastPianoLessons.com
– Chords 101 - Introductory Course
©2008 by FastPianoLessons.com
 
FastPianoLessons.com
– Chords 101 - Introductory Course
©2008 by FastPianoLessons.com
Chords101
By Chris Marx
 
FastPianoLessons.com
– Chords 101 - Introductory Course
©2008 by FastPianoLessons.com
 W
HOLE
S
TEPS AND
H
ALF
S
TEPS
Half Steps
Half steps are the smallest interval or unit of measure on the piano. A half step is thedistance between two neighboring notes. Make sure to count both white and black notes.Learning how to count half steps will be key to finding chords on the piano.
NOTE:
A half step is the distance between two neighboring notes.
C to C#
(White to Black)
B to C
(White to White)
Whole Steps
Whole steps are the second smallest interval on the piano. They can be white or blacknotes.
NOTE:
A whole step is made up of two half steps back to back. In other words, wholesteps skip one note. See the examples below:
C to D
(White to White)
Eb to F
(White to Black)
C# to D#
(Black to Black)

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