The keyboard is made up of white keys with repeating patterns of black keys in groups of two and three.
We use seven letters of the alphabet to make music; A,B,C,D,E,F, and G. After G, we start over again with A.
Look at the group of two black keys. C will always be to the left of the two black keys. E will always be to the right of the two black keys. And D is right in the middle of the two black keys.
Now look at the group of three black keys. F will always be to the left of the three black keys. B will always be to the right of the three black keys.
Each key on the keyboard has a particular tone or pitch, and a certain place on the music staff. You will learn how each tone relates to a line or space, and you will be able to find it on the keyboard and combine the notes to make beautiful music.
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Stepping Down to F
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Up and Down the Hills
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Chords and Inversions
The V7 Chord
Free sheet music