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Learn Piano HD: How to Play I, IV, V Progression (Right Hand) on Piano

Sign up for free iOS apps! http://bit.ly/FREEAPPSLearn Piano HD: How to Play I, IV, V Progression (Right Hand) on PianoEvery talented musician knows that the piano is one of the best instruments to play, but private lessons can be a time-consuming, costly obstacle. Mahalo's Learn Piano app makes playing look like a daunting feat made easy. You'll never need a private lesson to rock at piano again!Out of the seven different degrees in a major scale, three degrees yield major chords: I, IV and V. In the key of C major, these three chords are C, F and G. Every major chord has three different scale degrees: the 1st degree (root), the 3rd degree and the 5th degree. The C chord contains these three notes: C (1st), E (3rd) and G (5th). The F chord contains these three notes: F (1st), A (3rd) and C (5th). The G chord contains these three notes: G (1st), B (3rd) and D (5th).RIGHT HAND Positions:? ??C Chord (root position)? ? ? ? ?C Chord (1st inversion)? ? ? ? ?C Chord (2nd inversion)? ??F Chord (root position)? ? ? ? ??F Chord (1st inversion)? ? ? ? ?F Chord (2nd inversion)? ? G Chord (root position)? ? ? ? ?G Chord (1st inversion)? ? ? ? ?G Chord (2nd inversion)Read more by visiting our page at:http://www.mahalo.com/courses/beginner-piano-course-part-1-c-major/the-basics-in-c-major/i-iv-v-progression-right-hand//
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