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Piano Chord Chart Db m7

C Db ma
j7
Cm Db 6

C7 Db 9

Cm 7 Db13

Cm aj7 Db sus
2
C6 Db sus
4
C9 Db di
m
C1 3 Db di
m7
Cs us 2 Db au g

Cs us 4 D

Cdi m Dm

Cdi m7 D7

Cau g Dm 7

Db Dm aj7

Db m D6

Db 7 D9
D13 Em 7

Dsu s2 Em aj 7

Dsu s4 Edi m

Ddi m Edi m7

Ddi m7 Ea ug

Da ug F

Eb Fm

Eb m F7

Eb 7 Fm 7

Eb m7 Fm aj 7

Eb ma j
Fd im
7

Eb dim Fd im 7
Eb dim
Fau g
7

Eb au g Gb

E Gb m

Em Gb 7

E7 Gb m7
Gb ma j
Ab di m
7
Gb di Ab di m
m 7
Gb di
Ab au g
m7

Gb au g A

G Am

Gm A7

G7 Am 7

Gm 7 Am aj 7

Gm aj 7 A6

Gdi m A9

Gdi m7 A13

Ga ug Ad im

Ab Ad im7

Ab m Aa ug

Ab 7 Bb

Ab m7 Bb m

Ab ma j
Bb 7
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4 Ste ps to Lea rn ing How to
Bb m7 Pl ay Any Song on the P iano
Bb ma 1. Determining the melody - Melodies
j7 determine what chords will be played. If you
can use your ear to figure out what notes
are being played in the melody, you are 1/4
Bb 6 on your way to learning a song!

2.Harmonizing the melody - Once you


Bb 9 have figured out the melody (using some of
my techniques on the resource page), it is
Bb di time to harmonize it. This is simply choosing
various chords to accompany the melody.
m There are several techniques and tricks to
doing this.
Bb di
m7 3. Altering Chords - This is the best part!
Now that you have strategically figured out
the melody to a song and have harmonized
Bb au g it, altering your chords to produce certain
sounds is the next step. If you were playing
gospel music, you would alter your chords
B differently than if you were playing classical
or country music.

Bm 4. Listening - After you have determined the


melody, harmonized the melody, and altered
some of your chords, there are various
B7 techniques you can use to make sure that
your song sounds right.

Bm 7

Bm aj 7

B6

B9

Bdi m

Bdi m7

Ba ug