Amazing Piano!
The Complete Piano Learning System
For Teenagers & Adults

Lesson #2 - Left Hand Chords
The C Major Chord

Can Adults Really Learn Piano?

Yes! Each new chord style piano lesson in this course is designed to fit the schedules of busy teens and working adults!

  • Guy tells all of his private and online students the same thing. "If you can get through the first 2 months, the real fun starts in the 3rd month" - Lesson 31 to be exact.

The first 10 weeks cover the fundamentals of chord style piano. In that time Guy will also teach you the most effective practice technique ever developed.

Your Piano Instructor

When I turned 18, I quit piano lessons. I figured that if I wasn't able to truly understand music after 13 years of piano lessons, then I was never going to get it.

Then I met this self-taught musician who could learn any song in a matter of minutes. He taught me Chord Style Piano and music finally started making sense. It literally changed the course of my life.

  • In this course I will teach you the same method that this self-taught musician taught me almost 40 years ago.

I first have to teach you some basics and the best, most effective way to practice chord style piano, but the real fun starts in Week 11, Lesson 31.


 - Guy Faux

Click the audio icon below to hear a few more simple piano arrangements using basic techniques of chord style piano.

The Bass Clef

The symbol to the left is called a bass clef. This symbol is normally placed on the bottom staff in a grand staff. The bass clef is typically associated with notes that are played with your left hand.

The Quarter Note

In Lesson #1 you learned the quarter note. The round note head of a quarter note is completely filled and consists of a stem. The quarter note gets 1 beat or 1 count.

Left-Hand Chords

A chord, in musical terminology, is a group of notes played together at the same time. In today's lesson, you will learn the C major chord.

In the illustration below, the yellow arrow located below the keys represents Middle C. In Step 4 of this lesson, you will see and hear the C major chord exercise.

Overhead Keyboard View

Click the play button for the video directly below to see and hear the C major chord for the left hand.

Watch the video as many times as necessary. When you're ready, go to your piano or keyboard and try playing the right-hand notes.

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