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Welcome to! This comprehensive online resource is designed to help you master piano chords. With clear charts, tables, diagrams, and concise explanations, each post covers the primary uses, features, and characteristics of each chord in every key.

Learn Piano Chords

Each post on is like your personal chord manual, containing everything you need to know about a chord:

  • A clear piano diagram in the root position.
  • Chord structure.
  • Notes it consists of.
  • Intervals between these notes.
  • Finger placements for playing.
  • Step-by-step instructions for playing.
  • Chord inversion diagrams.
  • Equivalent chords.
  • Insights into music theory and harmony.
  • Methods for building the chord.
  • Guidance on using it in chord progressions.
  • Common applications.
  • Alternative names or references.

Benefits for Musicians of All Levels is a valuable resource for a wide range of musicians, including:

  • Beginner pianists: Grasp fundamental chord concepts.
  • Intermediate players: Expand your chord repertoire and improve improvisation skills.
  • Advanced musicians: Explore complex chord structures and music theory.
  • Music students: Learn piano and music theory as part of your academic curriculum.
  • Music teachers: Find additional resources for teaching piano and music theory.
  • Songwriters: Enhance your chord progressions and arrangements.
  • Jazz musicians: Understand intricate chord voicings.
  • Classical pianists: Broaden your musical horizons and explore contemporary styles.
  • Casual learners: Improve your understanding of chords and harmony.
  • Online music communities: Share reliable chord resources with fellow musicians.
  • Music enthusiasts: Delve deeper into the art of playing the piano.
  • Self-learners: Access comprehensive piano chord references at your own pace.
  • Adult learners: Refresh your knowledge of chords and theory.

Whether you’re a complete beginner or an experienced pianist, provides the resources you need to master piano chords and music theory.

Piano: The Foundation of Music Theory

While focuses on piano, the concepts taught on the website are applicable to all instruments. Here’s why piano diagrams, music theory, and harmony can be easily learned by players of other instruments:

  • Visual Representation: Piano keys offer a clear visual representation of musical concepts, making it easier to understand notes, intervals, and chords.
  • Versatility: Piano’s versatility allows exploration of different musical genres and harmonic structures.
  • Composition: Aspiring composers benefit from experimenting with chord progressions and harmonies on the piano.
  • Comprehensive Learning: Learning piano naturally covers various aspects of music theory, offering a holistic music education.
  • Improved Skills: Piano chords, music theory, and harmony enhance playing skills on any instrument by deepening musical understanding.
  • Expanded Repertoire: Mastery of piano chords allows players to understand and play complex chords and progressions.
  • Enhanced Creativity: Understanding chords, music theory, and harmony foster creativity in musicians.

How to Find the Chord Chart You Need

  1. From the Main Menu: Select the root of the chord you are searching for. This will display a list of all available chords for that root.
  2. By Chord Type: Click on the “Chord Families” list on the right sidebar (on smartphones, this list is located at the bottom of the page).
  3. All Chords: Access the “All Chords” tab on the top menu.

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