RICH voicings for SIMPLE chords: Beginner-intermediate piano lesson

Beginner
0:15 Starting with an example
1:10 Different ways to play C major
3:17 How to find interesting voicings?
4:12 Inversions
5:50 Left hand tips
7:57 Drop voicings
10:15 Analyzing the example
10:35 The first three chords

A triad is a chord made up of three notes. For example, C major is made up of C, E and G, and is a triad. E minor is made up of E, G and B, and is also a triad. In this piano lesson we will take a look at how one might make these “boring” triads more interesting, by doubling and moving notes around. This will help you achieve a richer sound and fuller chords.

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