Comment from: Sarah [Visitor]
I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don’t know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.
Comment from: Geroge [Visitor]
As my name is mentioned earlier, l know how to form chords but am not able to use them rightly.so l need a guide form my piano playing. Aside am complaining of my ears. good bye . Amen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Comment from: haydee [Visitor]
pls teach some 14th chords 11 chords and the plus and minus chords thnks
Comment from: Godwin Godlove [Visitor]
I really lyk ur work! But my problem is how and when do we use these augmented and diminished chords when playing a song on the piano
Comment from: piano chords [Visitor]
In playing piano chords You no longer need to memorize the structure of each piano chord. All you need to know is the formula associated with each type of chords. We will discuss major chords, minor chords, diminished chords and augmented chords in this lesson.
Comment from: Piano Chord Method [Visitor]
Good way to consider chord structure. A number system (ie. 1 - 4 - 5 for Augmented) works well aswell.
Comment from: noble_benjamin [Visitor]
I do liked your work. But the problem is How and when do we use these augmented, dominant and diminished chords when playing a song on the piano
Comment from: [Member]
You would use them when requested by the composer, or if you are composing yourself, you place them whereever you like. I’m not really following your question.
Comment from: Nivedha [Visitor]
Thanks very much for the explanation!
Comment from: michael [Visitor]
well it kind of cool for beginners
Comment from: Taqi [Visitor]
I really love your page
Thank you so much
Comment from: Adalberto johnson [Visitor]
there is only one rule in playing piano: if it souds good is good. by error an trial find if
the augmented chord , in whatever it is that your playng, sound good. try different
voicing till you find the one that sounds good
Comment from: Lughano [Visitor]
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