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Learn how to play a simple exercise in the Piano

Learn to play a simple both hands exercise in the scale of A minor.

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Some basics about the notes and octaves in a Piano

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Learn to play “Romance de amor” song

Learn to play “Romance de amor” song in the keys with chords accompaniment.

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Learn to play “Flash back” song

Learn to play “Flash back” song in the keys with chords accompaniment.

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Learn to play “Ode to Joy” song in the keys

Learn to play “Ode to Joy” song in the keys with chords accompaniment.

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Chords and Raga – Article 2

Next in the Chords and Raga series….
Mohanam raga in the key of C.
(Major pentatonic scale starting on C)

The notes used in this scale are C, D, E, G, A and C again.

Let us go note by note and see what are the chords that we can possibly bring out using them as the tonic of the chord.

Note C
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1. C5 ( C and G )
2. C ( C E G )
3. C6 ( C E G A )
4. C6/9 ( C E G A D )
5. C9 ( C E G D )

Note D
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6. D5 ( D and A )
7. Dsus4 ( D G A )
8. D7 sus4 ( D G A C )

Note E
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9. Em7 (-5) ( E G D )

Note G
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10. G5( G and D )
11. Gsus4 ( G C D )

Note A
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12. A5 ( A and E )
13. Am ( A C E )
14. Am7 ( A C E G )
15. Asus4 ( A D E )
16. A7sus4 ( A D E G )

Just a casual listing and we end up with a total of 16 unique and different chords from a scale which consists just 5 notes. May be a few more if we dig deep inside further perhaps….Interesting…