This Piano 60 Chords Chart Download for Any Musical Instrument includes all 12 major chords, 12 minor chords, 12 seventh chords, 12 augmented chords and 12 diminished chords on the piano.
12 Major Chords 12 Minor Chords VISUAL
Print this Visual Image chart (as seen below with the red dots on piano keys) here piano chords chart. All chords are seen in root position with no inversions included.
12 Major Chords 12 Minor Chords MUSIC NOTE ON MUSIC STAFF
If you are looking for 12 Major Chords and 12 Minor Chords with notes on the music staff go here: major-minor-chords-with-circles.
The black circle above notes means that is a black key. The white circle above a note means that note is a white key.
Let’s begin with the 12 major chords beginning with the C Chord.
All 12 Major Chords on Piano
This sample of the Major Piano Chords Chart illustrates visually all of the piano chord notes shown for each major chord.
Red dots against a black and white keyboard background make great visuals. This chart is a MUST HAVE reference for any musician playing ANY musical instrument.
Create Piano Chords Easily
Download all 12 Major Chords, 12 Minor Chords, 12 Seventh Chords, 12 Augmented Chords and 12 Diminished Chords.
Print this chart here piano chords chart. All chords are seen in root position with no inversions included.
To understand which exact notes are included in each chord takes a bit of study. However, once you discover the pattern you will be able to quickly and easily recognize whether a chord is major, minor or otherwise.
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Piano Chord Foundation is C Major
The C Chord is the beginning point for all other chords. The important thing to remember as you begin your chord study is the distance between the notes on the C Major Chord.
From C to E is the distance of a major third or 4 half steps. From E to G is the distance of a minor third or 3 half steps.
It is the size of these 2 intervals on each chord which is so important. So you now understand chord qualities. This allows us to name them either major, minor, diminished, seventh or augmented.