How To Play Guitar Chords On Piano

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I wrote a slow song today, and in the introduction that I want to try a piano, but I need to know how to play chords on the piano. For example, in the introduction, I play a C major and E minor slowly, is there a website or anything that might show how to play a C major and E minor piano chords. Thank you:)

Ok, if you want the easy way, the link will be at the end of this text. Or, you could learn and understand how the piano chords. If you wrote a song, you can learn more about the formation of agreements. Three basic notes a major or minor chord. And indeed, the best way to see it on the piano. Therefore, it allows the scale of C (from which you use in his song now). You have the right CDEFGAB? Well, to make an agreement with any key in this scale, taking the name of the agreement and use it as # 1, then add # 3 and # 5. 1,3,5 This configuration is called "the triad". For example, C (# 1), E (# 3) and, finally, G (# 5). This is the C major triad. C / E / G You will find these notes on their instruments, so that (preferably with low notes the tone of the chain, C) and you play C major. Another example, E minor. E becomes # 1, # 3, so it is …. (Try to guess, it is very easy) …. G # 5 is B. Easy huh? That agreement is a minor chord. How do I know if higher or lower? Well, it's too easy. But before explaining it, lets go to a basic lesson. The basic unit of musical notation (West) is called a "semitone", which is the shortest distance between two notes. A group of two semitones is what we call a "step". Therefore, if we look at a piano, each key is a semitone different. By Therefore, two semitones = 1 step and half step = 1 semitone. C, the general rule is that there are 2 semitones between each note. Therefore, C to D, there are 2 semitones from D to E, which has 2 as well .. and so on for each note. No exception in this regard. Note the names of E and B, the following note is a semitone SOLO far. Therefore, from E to B to C and C has a half-tone. Sounds complicated? This is not true. Just look at a piano. C on the piano is the left of the first black key in two black keys. Count the notes and see E and B are the only ones with a white button on the right. This means that you have a semitone to the next note. Ok! So. Meet the half-tone is all you need to respond if an agreement is major or minor. You know that an agreement is higher if there are four semitones in footnote 3 of the chain (the third). The minor chord is formed when you have 3 semitones footnote 3. Some examples: C triad: C, E, G, C and E, we have … (You can count on the piano semitones) 4 half steps (or 2 steps), for then it would a major triad. D triad D, D, D to F, we .. 3 semitones (or one and a half to two steps), it would be a minor chord. E triad: E, G, B of E to G have also 3 half-tones, so its also lower triad F: F, A, C and F to A, we have two measures, a major triad. Now, keep notes that is also a relationship with footnote 5 of the triad (the fifth) and this relationship must be maintained by the triad of being complete. For more information, research on "the fifth" on the training agreement, or ask another question here. I do not want this answer for more time. ************** So, yeah, as promised. The simplest solution. piano chord generator, just select the chord you want and automatically tell you where notes. Sorry for the long speech, but I truly believe that knowledge is attained talent choice for any musician. Seek knowledge and his music will be better. Just a suggestion, if you take the model and repeat an octave higher or lower, you get an agreement major or minor of the same name.

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