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Take a look at the list of simple piano arrangements key of C piano tutorials below. They are sorted for you automatically with easy piano pieces first, medium pieces second and difficult pieces third.

Easy Piano Pieces

The first two easy piano pieces below have the music note letter names beside each note for quick learning.  The third piece is easy to play.  Therefore you can read the music notes with your own skills.
Simple Piano Arrangements Key of C Major Video Tutorials

1 Morning Has Broken Piano Music With Letters in Notes

2.  How Great Thou Art Piano Music With Letters

3.  Ode to Joy

Early Intermediate Level Piano Pieces

The first early intermediate level piano piece below is a Christmas piano song but well suited for early intermediate level piano playing.simple piano arrangements key of C piano tutorials

Note the dotted quarter note in the right hand of the first measure and then let your ear serve you well as you navigate through the piece.

4.  Deck the Halls Free Piano Sheet Music

5.  How Great Thou Art

Late Intermediate Level Piano Pieces

The next late intermediate level piano pieces are in this category because of the accidentals (sharps and flats) throughout the first piece.  Also, there are continuous left hand  broken chord patterns in The Can Can.

6.  America, the Beautiful Piano Sheet Music

7.  The Can Can Free Easy Piano Sheet Music and Piano Video Tutorial

The two pieces below are also Simple Piano Arrangements Key of C Major Video Tutorials. They are in the keys of D Major and B Flat Major.

These 2 more challenging pieces have been included here for those who need something more in the advanced level of piano sheet music.

8.  Canon in D

9.  Minuet in B Flat Major

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10. First Sonatina in Classic Style Easy Piano

11. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik Easy Piano Sheet Music

12. Christmas Easy Piano Sheet Music

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C Major Piano Chord

The C Major Piano Chord consists of the notes C, E and G.

C Major Chord Inversions on Piano

The C Major Chord Inversions on Piano are made up of the same three notes on each inversion. These notes are C, E and G simply rearranged to create inversion.

C Major Piano Chord in Root Position

The Root Position chord includes C, E and G in that order.

The First Inversion of the C Major Chord includes E, G and C in that order.

The Second Inversion of the C Major Chord includes G, C and E in that order.

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How to create major minor diminished augmented and seventh chords can be learned quickly.  Start with any Major Chord as a foundation to create all other chords.

How To Create Major Minor Diminished Augmented and Seventh Chords

Use the major chord as the foundation of all other chords.  Start with this chord to modify one or two notes within the major chord.

A simple half step creates 60 chords on your own easily.  This is powerful once you know the MAGIC FORMULA!

This applies to all chords on the piano or any other musical instrument.  After reading this blog post you will be able to create 60 chords instantly.

Learn how to create a major chord, minor chord, diminished chord, augmented chord or seventh chord. All of the piano chord notes are seen within this post.

Major ChordsHow to Create Major Minor Diminished Augmented and Seventh Chords

Major chords express happy emotions using a very simple formula. Begin with any note in the musical alphabet.

Use a, b, c, d, e, f or g.  Call it the root of the major chord. Let’s use the letter C to build our major chord.

How To Create Major Minor Diminished Augmented and Seventh Chords
Major Chord Triad on Piano Music Staff

From C count up 4 half steps (see Hint below) and add the letter E. From E count up 3 half steps and add the letter G. Now you have a C major chord which includes the notes C, E and G.

Repeat this same process on any note on the piano and you will have another major chord such as D, F sharp and A for a D major chord OR B flat, D and F for the B flat major chord.

C Chords: Major, Minor, Diminished, Augmented Chords pdf

Visualize this on your piano or keyboard now.  Simply count up 4 half steps from C to reach E. Next count up 3 half steps up from E to reach G.

How To Create Major Minor Diminished Augmented and Seventh Chords
Beginner Piano Keys

HINT: An example of a half step would be from C to C sharp.  Also from C sharp to D OR from E to F. A half step is the shortest possible distance you can travel on the piano keyboard. The same principle applies to any musical instrument and to music theory in general.

Minor Chords

Minor chords create a sad or mysterious emotional impact to the listener and are created by first starting with your hand position on a major chord such as a C major chord described in the previous paragraph on major chords.

Simply lower the 3rd note of C major from E to E flat and then play the C minor chord which is spelled C, E flat and G. Another example would be starting with the D major chord of D, F sharp and A, then lowering the F sharp to plain old F to create the D minor chord spelled D, F and A.

Diminished Chords

Diminished chords are often used to create a feeling of suspense in music.  These chords start with a minor chord. An example such as c minor includes the notes C, E flat and G.

By simply lowering the 5th note of this minor chord by one half step (lower G to G flat) you have created the c minor diminished chord spelled C, E flat and G flat.

Augmented Chords

Use augmented chords to create dissonance or suspense in music. These chords are created using the major chord as a starting point. For example, begin with the C major chord of C, E and G and raise (or sharp) the 5th note of G up to G sharp.

Voila! You now have created the C augmented chord spelled, C, E and G sharp. Of all the chord forms discussed in this piano post, the augmented chord is used the least often.

Seventh Chords

The final chord you are learning to spell is the seventh chord. To do this begin with ANY MAJOR CHORD and add a minor third on top of it.

An example of this would be to begin with C major chord.  This includes the notes C, E and G and a B flat on top. This creates a C Major Seventh Chord. Remember, a minor third is made up of 3 half steps so three half steps above G on the piano keyboard is B flat.

Now you have learned How To Create Major Minor Diminished Augmented and Seventh Chords.

Then simply apply this knowledge to your own musical instrument. By acquiring this knowledge about how to build your own chords you will be head and shoulders above many other “musicians” out there in your knowledge of music theory and chord building.