When you happen to be beginning a whole new task or learning something totally new it is always better to have a kick off point. In this lesson you might be given a starting place on the piano. That starting place is Middle C.
From there we rise the keyboard with all the white keys and prepare a C Major Scale. From the notes as scale we could build chords. The chords we build are known as triads or 3-note chords.
The first chord we build would be the C chord that is made up of the notes C, E, and G. The next chord would be the F chord which can be made up of the notes F, A, and C. The last chord we build is derived from the notes G, B, and D.
After we build the chords we add the main of each chord inside the left hand then play them in succession. Playing the chords this way is called a chord progression. You don’t get a great number of details, but we provide a good kick off point for studying the piano.