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Introducing B for Left Hand in Desi Style Keyboards Lessons

 

TO FIND B:

 

Place the LH in C POSITION.  Reach finger 5 one white key to the left to B. You will use finger 5 for both B and C here. Play slowly and say the names of the notes as you play.              

                              

 

        C Major and G7th Chords exercise

 

The C Major Chord

 

A chord is three or more notes played together. THE C MAJOR  CHORD  is made of three notes:  C E G. Be sure to play all three chord notes exactly together, with fingers nicely curved.

 

 

C MAJOR CHORDS for LH

 

Play and count 1,2,3 on each chord.

                           

 

C MAJOR CHORDS for RH

 

Play and count 1,2,3 on each chord.

                          

 

C MAJOR CHORDS for BOTH HANDS

 

Play with both hands upper CEG and Lower CEG together and for bold chords play longer.

 

 

                                     Play Longer                    Play Longer

 

 

Two Important Chords

 

Two frequently used chords are C MAJOR & G7.

 

   

     C Major Chord Left Hand

 

 

                                            G7th Chord Left Hand

 

Chords symbols are always used in Popular music to identify chords names.

 

Practice changing from C chord to the G7 chord and back again:

    1.  The 1st finger plays G in both chords.

    2.  The 2nd finger plays F in the G7 chord.

    3.  Only the 5th finger moves out of C POSITION (down to B) for G7.

 

(1)

 

 

(2)

 

 

Introducing B for Right Hand

 

 

TO FIND B:

 

Place the RH in C POSITION;  Reach finger 1 one white key to the left to B

You will use finger 1 for both keys C & B here. Play slowly. Say the note name as you play.          

       

C & G7 Chords for Right Hand

 

It is very important to be able to play all chords with the RIGHT hand as well as the LEFT. Chords are used in either or both hands in popular Indian music.

 

    

          

         Practice changing from C chord to G7 chord and back again:

 

    1.  The 5th finger plays G in both chords.

    2.  The 4th finger plays F in the G7 chord.

   3.  Only the 1st finger moves out of C POSITION (down to B) for G7.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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