Tuesday, 15 March 2011

Learning Piano

baby-grand-pianoIt’s true not any one in the world can play piano but if anyone has ever thought that they just cannot play the piano and never will be able to master the instrument can think again. In this article we explain how easy it is to create music using both hands on the piano keyboard.
If we take music back to the beginning when scales were being worked out by mathematicians, (It was a very complex process), a lot of testing was taking place. The end result was the 12 scale system. The purists will tell you that even this system is faulty somewhat, just ask a piano tuner, but it is as near to perfect as you can get.
So when you are starting a new task or learning beginners piano lessons something new it is always best to have a starting point. In this lesson you are given a starting point on the piano. That opening point is Middle C. From there we go up the keyboard using the white keys and make a C main Scale. From the notes in that scale we are able to build chords. The chords we build are called triads or 3-note chords.
In this lesson the first chord we build is the C chord which is made up of the notes C, E, and G. The next chord is the F chord which is made up of the notes F, A, and C. The last chord we build is made up of the notes G, B, and D.
After we construct the chords we put in the root of each chord in the left hand and then play them in series. Playing the chords like this is called a chord series. You don’t get too many particulars, but we give a good preliminary point for learning how to play the piano.


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