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Thanks for stopping by and getting your Free Piano Lesson. Just a couple of notes before we proceed. Below you will find this example. LC4. In our Free Piano Lesson today, the letters and numbers stand for (LC4) (L) is for Left Hand. (C) is the note to be played and (4) is the octave in which to play it. So C4 would mean play piano note C in the fourth Octave on the piano. More on this down below…

One of the things I enjoy about giving Free Piano Lesson and even playing piano is the use of Chord Voicing’s. The way you voice a chord on the piano can make you sound like a million bucks or it can make you sound like a beginner. For today’s Free Piano Lesson I am going to explain 4 simple chords that I think can make an average piano player sound pro. The first chord in todays Free Piano Lesson and by the way is one of my favorite voicings on the piano is based in C. To make this easier on you to understand, you must know what I am talking about when I say C4 or middle C… This is very simple as you just need to start from the left of the piano and count up four C’s and that will be C 4 or Middle C as some people call it.

Now for today’s Free Piano Lesson Course…

Welcome to Timsidden.com Free Piano Lesson. I posted an article the other day on Chord Voicings for the piano and how the rearrangement of the notes played on the piano can make a world of difference when playing a song on piano.

By Chord Voicing, I mean the placement of notes in a chord. An example would be, a C Chord is C-E-G. The second inversion of this chord is E-G-C and the third inversion is G-C-E. Now these chords are the normal chords that most beginners would play when playing a C Chord.

In today’s Free Piano Lesson I want to share with you a very nice chord pattern that you can use to end a song with.
I will be showing this progression in C Chord.

To start with, In todays free piano lesson, we will be playing four different chords in this Free Piano Lesson and all chords are very simple and easy to remember as the changes are going down the Keyboard (From High to Low) in Chromatic order.

Free Piano Lesson Chord Number 1:

First, place your left Pinky on Eb2 ( The small b refers to Flat such as E Flat) then place left Index Finger on Bb2 then with your right hand, place your index finger on G3 and your right Pinky on C4.

So the notes for the first chord are, LEb2, LBb2, RG3, RC4.

Free Piano Lesson Chord Number 2:

First, place your left Pinky on D2 then place your left Index Finger on A2 then with your right hand, place your index finger on F#3 and your right Pinky on C4.

So the notes for the first chord are, LD2, LA2, RF#3, RC4.

Free Piano Lesson Chord Number 3:

First, place your left Pinky on C#2 then place left Index Finger on G#2 then with your right hand, place your index finger on F3 and your right Pinky on C4.

So the notes for the first chord are, LC#2, LG#2, RF3, RC4.

Free Piano Lesson Chord Number 4:

First, place your Left Pinky on C2 then place Your Left Index Finger on G2 then with your right hand, place your index finger on E3 and your right Pinky on C4.

So the notes for the first chord are, LC2, LG2, RF3, RC4.

One of the things to notice in this progression is the placement of notes in the chord and how we play them… Look at the last Chord for example. C2, G2, F3, C4.

This is a C Chord but not in the normal sense. The normal way to play a C Chord is C E G but in this Free Piano Lesson, we voice it like, C G E C… This opens up the chord to a much better tone.

No here is a quick run down of all the chords we have shown you today in this Free Piano Lesson article.

In all of our Free Piano Lesson The L stands for Left Hand and the R is for Right Hand.

LEb2, LBb2, RG3, RC4.

LD2, LA2, RF#3, RC4.

LC#2, LG#2, RF3, RC4.

LC2, LG2, RF3, RC4.

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