Piano Lesson- Basic Music Theory

Figure 2: the common chord positions and their...Image via Wikipedia
I wanted to share with you a guide or booklet, if you will, of some basic music theory to help you learn the piano.

* Keyboard make-up

The keyboard uses the first 7 letters of the alphabet: A B C D E F G
A piano/keyboard is made up of black and white notes. The white notes are the regular letters. The black notes can mean 2 different things. As you move up the keyboard, from left to right, the black notes are indicated by #, which means sharp. So, the first black note after F going up the keyboard is F#, and the next black note is G#, etc. As you move down the keyboard, from right to left, the black notes are indicated by b, which means flat. So, the last black note before B going down the keyboard is Bb, and the next black note is Ab, etc. Make sure you know your notes.
* Hands and its members
When you sit down to play the keyboard, of course you are using 2 hands, Left Hand and Right Hand. On each hand there are 5 fingers. Each finger has a number (same for both hands):
Thumb = 1 Index = 2 Middle = 3 Ring = 4 Pinky = 5

* Movement on the keyboard

The first movement is a half step (HS). A half step is from one key to the very next key, regardless of color or direction. Here are some examples: F to F#, F# to F, B to C, C to B, D to Eb, Eb to D, etc.
The second movement is a whole step (WS). A whole step is from one key to the very next key w/one in between, regardless of color of direction. Here are some examples: F to G, G to F, B to C#, C# to B, Db to Eb, Eb to Db, etc.
All other movement on the keyboard is a combination of half and whole steps.
* Flats (b) and Sharps (#)
Whenever you flat (b) a note, it means to lower that note 1/2 step. No matter how many flats (b) you see, for each one you lower the note 1/2 step. Here are some examples:
Bb = B lowered 1/2 step
Bbb = B lowered two 1/2 steps
Bbbb = B lowered three 1/2 steps
Whenever you sharp (#) a note, it means to raise that note 1/2 step. No matter how many sharps (#) you see, for each one you raise the note 1/2 step. Here are some examples:
B# = B raised 1/2 step
B## = B raisedtwo 1/2 steps
B### = B raised three 1/2 steps
* Major scales
A scale is simply a group of notes that start and end on the same note. There are many, many types of scales involved in music, but the most basic scale is the major scale. The pattern for forming a major scale is:
First, pick a note. Then: _WS _ WS _ HS _ WS _ WS _ WS _ HS _
* Scale Degrees
After you have formed your major scale, each note in the major scale gets a number called a scale degree. The first note is 1, the second note is 2, etc. Here is an example in the key of C:
C = 1
D = 2
E = 3
F = 4
G = 5
A = 6
B = 7
Now, those are the scale degrees for the first octave. You can also keep going past an octave and scale degrees increase as well. Example:
C = 8
D = 9
E = 10
F = 11
G = 12
A = 13
As far as I know, this is as high as the scale degrees go in modern day practice. The purpose for these scale degrees is to help you with forming different types of chords and naming progressions.
* Chord Forming
Chords are built using the intervals of 3rds, i.e. every member of a chord is a 3rd apart. Here is an illustration of how it's done:
1. Lay out all the notes that are used on the keyboard or in a major scale:
A B C D E F G A B C D E F G A B C D E
2. Pick a note that you want to form a chord on and write it down. This note will be your root note: C
3. Once you got a root note, write down every other note after it:
C E G B D F A
The first 3 notes played together is your basic triad chord. (C-E-G)
The first 4 notes played together is your basic 7th chord. (C-E-G-B)
The first 5 notes played together is your basic 9th chord. (C-E-G-B-D)
The first 6 notes played together is your basic 11th chord. (C-E-G-B-D)
All 7 notes played together is your basic 13th chord. (C-E-G-B-D-F)
That's all there is to forming a chord. So, if you want to build a triad off A, you just say A-C-E. If you want to build a triad off B, you just say B-D-F.
* 4 basic types of chords
There are 4 basic types of chords that are the basis for all the chords used in music. They are major, minor, augmented, diminished. To add to the diminished chord, there is also the fully diminished chord. So really I guess you can say there are 5 basic types of chords. Forming each of these types of chords goes back to the principle of scale degrees. We use scale degrees so that forming these chords can be universal for any chord in any key.
major: 1 3 5
minor: 1 b3 5
diminished: 1 b3 b5
*fully diminished: 1 b3 b5 bb7 *just an extension of the regular diminished chord
augmented: 1 3 #5
For help on learning, practicing, and playing these basic chords, here are some links for you:
Basic Chord Fingerings:

http://forums.learngospelmusic.com/index.php/topic,16403.0.html

Basic Chords Practice:

http://forums.learngospelmusic.com/index.php/topic,22023.0.html

Other chords:
major 7th: 1 3 5 7
dominant 7th (V7): 1 3 5 b7
minor 7th: 1 b3 5 b7
6th: 1 3 5 6
add9th: 1 2 3 5
9th: 1 3 5 b7 9
11th: 1 3 5 b7 9 11
13th: 1 3 5 b7 9 11 13
*Each of these chords can also be altered by sharping (#) or flatting (b) a note(s) to form even more chords
* Chords built off scale degrees (major mode)
This special group of chords will be your main arsenal of chords to use in your music. If you are struggling with what chord to play with a bass note, you start with these chords:
1 (I) = Major
2 (ii) = minor
3 (iii) = minor
4 (IV) = Major
5 (V) = Major
6 (vi) = minor
7 (vii) = diminished
Examples in the key of C:
1 (I) = C-E-G
2 (ii) = D-F-A
3 (iii) = E-G-B
4 (IV) = F-A-C
5 (V) = G-B-D
6 (vi) = A-C-E
7 (vii) = B-D-F

* Inversions

Look at those basic chords, what if we were to play those same chords, but switch up the order of the notes. This is where inversions come from. An inversion is just switching the order of the members of a chord. How do you invert a chord? You invert a chord by taking the first letter and moving it to the end. Depending on how many notes there are in the chord, there can be many inversions. Here they are:
3-note chords: 4-note chords: 5-note chords:
root position = x y z root position = w x y z root position = v w x y z
1st inversion = y z x 1st inversion = x y z w 1st inversion = w x y z v
2nd inversion = z x y 2nd inversion = y z w x 2nd inversion = x y z v w
3rd inversion = z w x y 3rd inversion = y z v w x
4th inversion = z v w x y
* Intervals
The term interval refers to the distance between 2 notes. Here is a little breakdown of intervals used in music:
Intervals of 1, 4, and 5
These three intervals are the only intervals that get the name perfect intervals. Here are examples of these:
C-C = perfect unison
C-F = perfect 4th
C-G = perfect 5th
Now, let's say for instance you decide to raise the last note by 1/2 step:
C-F#
Do you still have a perfect 4th? No, now you have what is called an augmented 4th. Anytime you raise the last note of a perfect interval it becomes an augmented unison, 4th, or 5th:
C-C# = augmented unison
C-F# = augmented 4th (tritone)
C-G = augmented 5th
Now, let's say for instance you decided to lower the last note by 1/2 step:
C-Fb
Do you still have a perfect 4th? No, now you have what is called a diminished 4th. Anytime you lower the last note of a perfect interval it becomes a diminished unison, 4th, or 5th:
C-Cb = diminished unison
C-Fb = diminished 4th
C-Gb = diminished 5th (tritone)
Intervals of 2, 3, 6, 7
These intervals are different from the other 3 because they can be major, minor, augmented, or diminished intervals. First, I'll show the major intervals:
C-D = major 2nd
C-E = major 3rd
C-A = major 6th
C-B = major 7th
Now, to make these intervals minor, just lower the last note of the major interval 1/2 step:
C-Db = minor 2nd
C-Eb = minor 3rd
C-Ab = minor 6th
C-Bb = minor 7th
Now, to make these intervals augmented, just raise the last note or the major interval 1/2 step:
C-D# = augmented 2nd
C-E# = augmented 3rd
C-A# = augmented 6th
C-B# = augmented 7th
Now, to make these intervals diminished, just lower the last note or the major interval 1 whole step:
C-Dbb = diminished 2nd
C-Ebb = diminished 3rd
C-Abb = diminished 6th
C-Bbb = diminished 7th
After you have reached the diminished and augmented intervals, if the notes are raised or lowered again, it then becomes doubly augmented or diminished, triple augmented or diminished intervals, etc.


* Progressions

For help with progressions, here are some links for you:
Basic Progressions:

http://forums.learngospelmusic.com/index.php/topic,15720.0.html

More Advanced Progressions:

http://forums.learngospelmusic.com/index.php/topic,15731.0.html

Progressions Practice Routine:

http://forums.learngospelmusic.com/index.php/topic,18903.0.html

Progressions Practice Routine #2:

http://forums.learngospelmusic.com/index.php/topic,31384.0.html


http://www.learngospelmusic.com/forums/index.php/topic,36503.new.html#new

Explaining Progressions:

http://forums.learngospelmusic.com/index.php/topic,18550.0.html

Explaining Progressions part 2:

http://forums.learngospelmusic.com/index.php/topic,31163.0.html

Explaining Progressions part 3:

http://www.learngosppelmusic.com/forums/index.php/topic,33036.0.html

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Michael Jackson Remembered



I'm just one voice joining in with the world in sending my deepest sympathies to the Michael Jackson family at this time. If you have some time, like 10 minutes, watch the making of We Are The World.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JOIweJOg391


With the shocking passing of Michael Jackson, we immediately turn to the songs that we will remember him for. Here's a list of Top Ten Michael Jackson Songs. Do you have several favorites?


* ABC

* I want You Back

* Rock With You

* Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough

1979- This was Jackson’s first single as a solo artist. This particular song allowed Jackson to earn his first solo Grammy Award for Best R&B Vocal Performance. He also received a Platinum Sales Award for this song.

* Beat It

* Billie Jean



* Thriller

1983- This is considered one of Jackson’s “Signature Songs”. Vincent Price was featured on this song. This is considered one of the greatest songs ever for Jackson.

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/62810/error


* Wanna Be Startin' Something

* The Way You Make Me Feel

* The Man in the Mirror

http://www.popeater.com/music/article/top-ten-michael-jackson-songs/544638


Of course the list is endless because you're now saying to me, what about "Dirty Diana", They Don't Care About Us, Smooth Criminal, Black or White and Earth Song?!
I remember owning the album Dangerous and listening to the songs over and over.



Michael Jackson was still going for pop hits with 1991's Dangerous, but he also front-loaded the album with six straight Teddy Riley-assisted cuts. This half-hour swoop of tense, aggressive, often angular funk was Jackson's most interesting music since Thriller, and still sounds, well, invincible on this remastered edition. After that, the record's uneven, but there's nothing embarrassing about it, either. "Gone Too Soon," a non-Jackson composition about teen AIDS casualty Ryan White, is a quiet statement (particularly played next to the choir-laden "Heal the World," "Keep the Faith," and "Will You Be There") showing that the star doesn't always have to get showy. The sprightly "Black or White" is explicitly pro-interracial romance, an angle its video didn't go near, and the urgent "Give In to Me" is almost scary. Scary good, that is. --Rickey Wright

Album Tracks
1. Jam
2. Why You Wanna Trip on Me
3. In the Closet
4. She Drives Me Wild
5. Remember the Time
6. Can't Let Her Get Away
7. Heal the World
8. Black or White
9. Who Is It
10. Give in to Me
11. Will You Be There
12. Keep the Faith
13. Gone Too Soon
14. Dangerous

http://www.the-top-tens.com/items/dangerous-53960.asp


* We Are The World Chords by Usa For Africa
Lyrics by: Chris Sammond

E A B E
There comes a time when we heed a certain call (Lionel Richie)
A B E
When the world must come together as one (Lionel Richie & Stevie Wonder)
C#m
There are people dying (Stevie Wonder)
G#m A
Oh, and it's time to lend a hand to life (Paul Simon)
B
The greatest gift of all (Paul Simon/Kenny Rogers)

We can't go on pretending day by day (Kenny Rogers)
That someone, somehow will soon make a change (James Ingram)
We're all a part of God's great big family (Tina Turner)
And the truth (Billy Joel)
You know love is all we need (Tina Turner/Billy Joel)

( CHORUS )
A B E E7
We are the world, we are the children
A B E
We are the ones who make a brighter day so let's start giving (Michael Jackson)
C#m G#m
There's a choice we're making we're saving our own lives (Diana Ross)
A B E
It's true we'll make a better day just you and me (Michael Jackson/Diana Ross)

Well, send'em you your heart so they know that someone cares (Dionne Warwick)
And their lives will be stronger and free (Dionne Warwick/Willie Nelson)
As God has shown us by turning stone to bread (Willie Nelson)
And so we all must lend a helping hand (Al Jurreau)

( REPEAT CHORUS )
We are the world, we are the children (Bruce Springsteen)
We are the ones who make a brighter day so let's start giving (Kenny Logins)
There's a choice we're making we're saving our own lives (Steve Perry)
It's true we'll make a better day just you and me (Daryl Hall)

C D E
When you're down and out there seems no hope at all (Michael Jackson)
C D E
But if you just believe there's no way we can fall (Huey Lewis)
C#m G#m
Well, well, well, let's realize that a change can only come (Cyndi Lauper)
A
When we (Kim Carnes)
B
stand together as one (Kim Carnes/Cyndi Lauper/Huey Lewis)

(REPEAT CHORUS AND FADE )

(additional ad-lib vox by Bob Dylan, Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Bruce Springsteen, James Ingram)

http://www.ultimate-guitar.xom/tabs/u/usa_for_africa/we__are_the_world_ver2_crd.htm


* We Are The World- Easy Version

G C D G
There comes a time when we ...
C D G
When the world ...
Em
There are ...
D C D
And it's time to lend a hand to ...

G C D G

We can't go on pretending ...
C D G

That someone, somewhere will ...
Em D
We are all a part of ...
C D
And the truth, you know, ...

Chorus:
C D G
We are the World, we are ...
C D G
We are the ones who make ....
Em D
There's a choice we're making...
C D G
It's true we'll make a ....

G C D G

Send them your heart so ...
C D G

And their lives will be ...
Em D

As God has shown us by ...
C D
So we all must ...

Repeat Chorus:
Cm D G
When you're down and out, ...
Cm D G
But if your just believe ...
Em D
Let us realize that a ...
C D
When we stand ....

http://www.911tabs.com/link/?6244308


Order:
Michael Jackson 25th Anniversary of Thriller

Off the Wall

Bad

Michael Jackson: The Ultimate Collection

Michael Jackson, gone way too soon, but not forgotten.
I will remember Michael Jackson in song because:
"We are the world
We are the children
Ones who make a better day
So let's start giving"

Love,
LadyD



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Let It Rain and Healing Rain- Michael W. Smith

I wanted to take a moment today and honor my friend and webmaster Mark Elliot.
I attended his memorial service yesterday. It was a sweet time of gathering with family and friends at the church. I am so deeply appreciative of all the new beginnings of having my own website. And so grateful for all of you who visit my blog. I thank you for stopping by. Folks, everyone we meet is for a reason... there is a purpose.
There's a special song by Michael W. Smith, Let It Rain, that is easy for the beginner and intermediate piano player. You can see the different chord charts listed below. I personally like vamping on C#, G#, Bbm, and F#. It 's fun to play on those black keys!
* Michael's website

http://www.michaelwssmith.com

* Who is Michael W. Smith?
Michael W. Smith (born October 7, 1957) is a Grammy Award-winning American singer-songwriter, musician, recording artist, composer, and actor. He is one of the best-selling and most influential artists in Contemporary Christian Music, and he has achieved considerable success in the mainstream music industry as well.

* Tour Schedule
Perhaps you'll have a chance to see him this summer in your area.

http://www.michaelwssmith.com/ontour.htm

Another favorite song of mine is Healing Rain!

C
Healing rain is coming down
C
It's coming nearer to this old town
C
Rich and poor, weak and strong
C
It's bringing mercy, it won't be long
C
Healing rain is coming down
C
It's coming closer to the lost and found
C
Tears of joy, and tears of shame
C
Are washed forever in Jesus' name
G Am
Healing rain, it co mes with fire
F C
So let it fall and take us higher
G Am
Healing rain, I'm not afraid
F C
To be washed in Heaven's rain
C
Lift your heads, let us return
C
To the mercy seat where time began
C
And in your eyes, I see the pain
C
Come soak this dry heart with healing rain
G Am
And only You, the Son of man
F C
Can take a leper and let him stand
G Am
So lift your hands, they can be held
F C
By someone greater, the great I Am
G Am
Healing rain, it comes with fire
F C
So let it fall and take us higher
G Am
Healing rain, I'm not afraid
F
To be washed in Heaven's rain
C G
To be washed in Heaven's rain...
C
Healing rain is falling down
G
Healing rain is falling down
Am
I'm not afraid
F
I'm not afraid...

http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/tabs/m/michael_w_smith/healing_rain_ver2_crd.htm

I like this version:
Healing Rain Chords by Michael W Smith, www.Ultimate-Guitar.Com
Learn to play "Healing Rain" with online video lessons
Healing Rain – Michael W. Smith
Piano Interpretation by Chris Tucker
NOTE: Define variations on Db in left hand. Ex:
Db =LH:Db, Ab RH:Db, Ab OR LH:Db, F RH:Db, Ab
Gb2/Db=LH:Db, Gb RH:Db, Ab
Ab =LH:Eb, Ab RH:c, Ab
VERSE 1: (Variation on Db, 5ths in RH)
Db
Healing rain is coming down
Gb2/Db
It's coming nearer to this old town
Db Gb2/Db Db
Rich and poor, weak and strong
Ab/Db Gb2/Db
It's bringing mercy, it won't be long
VERSE 2: (Variation on Db, 5ths in RH)
Healing rain is coming down
It's coming closer to the lost and found
Tears of joy, and tears of shame
Are washed forever in Jesus' name
CHORUS 1: (5ths in RH, support definition in LH)
Ab Bbm
Healing rain, it comes with fire
Gb Db
So let it fall and take us higher
Ab Bbm Gb
Healing rain, I'm not afraid
Db/Ab Db
To be washed in Heaven's rain
VERSE 3: (Variation on Db, 5ths in RH)
Lift your heads, let us return
To the mercy seat where time began
And in your eyes, I see the pain
Come soak this dry heart with healing rain
CHORUS 2: (5ths in RH, support definition in LH)
And only You, the Son of man
Can take a leper and let him stand
So lift your hands, they can be held
By someone greater, the great I Am
CHORUS 1: (5ths in RH, support definition in LH)
Healing rain, it comes with fire
So let it fall and take us higher
Healing rain, I'm not afraid
To be washed in Heaven's rain
To be washed in Heaven's rain...
(repeat to end)
Healing rain is falling down
Healing rain is falling down
I'm not afraid
I'm not afraid...


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Help by The Beatles

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Funny thing happened on the way to my garden... the zucchini and cucumbers would not stop growing! Wish you were here to participate in the harvest. So, after seeing the abundance in my garden, this song popped into my mind, you know the song "Help" by the Beatles?
* This article is about the song by The Beatles. For the song by Lloyd Banks
"Help!" is a song by The Beatles that served as the title song for both the album Help! and the film Help!. It was also released as a single, and was #1 for three weeks in both the USA and UK. "Help!" was written primarily by John Lennon, but credited (as all Beatles song written by either person) to Lennon/McCartney. Paul McCartney reports that he had a hand in writing the song as well, being called in "to complete it" in a two-hour joint writing session on 4 April 1965 at Lennon's house in Weybridge.[1] He later said that the title was "out of desperation".[2] In 2004, "Help!" was ranked number 29 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest songs of all time.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help!_(song)


* Chords to Help
Bm Bm/A
Help! I need somebody
G G/F#
Help! Not just anybody
E
Help! You know I need someone,
A9 riff
Help!
A C#m F#m
When I was younger, so much younger than today,
D G A
I never needed anybody's help in any way.
C#m F#m
But now those days are gone I'm not so self-assured,
D G A
Now I find I've changed my mind, I've opened up the door.
Bm Bm/A G G/F#
Help me if you can I'm feeling down, and I do appreciate you being 'round.
E A
Help me get my feet back on the ground, won't you please please help me.
C#m F#m
And now my life has changed in oh so many ways,
D G A
My independence seemed to vanish in the haze.
C#m F#m
But every now and then I feel so insecure,
D G A
I know that I just need you like I've never done before.
Bm Bm/A G G/F#
Help me if you can I'm feeling down, and I do appreciate you being 'round.
E A
Help me get my feet back on the ground, won't you please please help me.
A C#m F#m
When I was younger, so much younger than today,
D G A
I never needed anybody's help in any way.
C#m F#m
But now those days are gone I'm not so self-assured,
D G A
Now I find I've changed my mind, I've opened up the door.
Bm Bm/A G G/F#
Help me if you can I'm feeling down, and I do appreciate you being 'round.
E A F#m
Help me get my feet back on the ground, won't you please please help me.
A A6
Help me, help me, ooo.
Help
Lennon/McCartney
Em C A7 G
G Bm Em
When I was younger, so much younger than today,
C F G
I never needed anybody's help in any way.
Bm Em
But now those days are gone I'm not so self-assured,
C F G
Now I find I've changed my mind, I've opened up the door.
Am F
Help me if you can I'm feeling down, and I do appreciate you being 'round.
D7 G
Help me get my feet back on the ground, won't you please please help me.
Bm Em
And now my life has changed in oh so many ways,
C F G
My independence seemed to vanish in the haze.
Bm Em
But every now and then I feel so insecure,
C F G
I know that I just need you like I've never done before.
Am F
Help me if you can I'm feeling down, and I do appreciate you being 'round.
D7 G
Help me get my feet back on the ground, won't you please please help me.
G Bm Em
When I was younger, so much younger than today,
C F G
I never needed anybody's help in any way.
Bm Em
But now those days are gone I'm not so self-assured,
C F G
Now I find I've changed my mind, I've opened up the door.
Am F
Help me if you can I'm feeling down, and I do appreciate you being 'round.
D7 G Em
Help me get my feet back on the ground, won't you please please help me.
G Em
Help me, help me, oo.

Here's the outro:


http://www.guitarnoise.com/lesson/help/


You're on your way to playing this cool song. Have a listen to baranek6. He's awesome!


Hope you're having a great weekend!
~ LadyD
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Top Ten Easy Blues Piano Licks

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I have been following Jonathan Wison's blues licks from expertvillage. Here's a list of his teaching videos.

Expert: Jonathon Wilson
Bio: Jonathon Wilson has been a professional composer and pianist for over twenty years.
Filmmaker: Jonathon Wilson

#10 Blues Piano Licks

R.H. single notes with a turn:

Bb F F# F Eb C Eb



#9 Blues Piano Licks

Count Basie feel... putting the notes in the right place, shape your solo

C octaves, then Ab, A, C

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehjyn4ZrKDo


#8 Blues Piano Lick

Half Step common pattern, grace note

F# F F# F F# F Eb C
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Awu7wX_FFLU

#7 Blues Piano Lick

Tremelo between the 5 and flat 7 (between G and Bb) use relaxed wrist

F F# G Bb


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSdMQAkuN1I


#6 Blues Piano Lick

Straight tremelo in octaves from C to C


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isYXfB1FFQc


#5 Blues Piano Lick

Play Bb and C together, reach down to the lower octave C, then play A and C together, G and C, A and C, Bb and C, A and C, G and C


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9VtMte9w9xA


#4 Blues Piano Lick

Triplet pattern

G, Bb, F#, G, Bb, F#, G, Bb


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEDcxnI)TPK


#3 Blues Piano Lick

Descending Thirds, alternate thumb off beat on C

GBb, FA, EG, FA


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXlchq0OtKg


#2 Blues Piano Lick

Rhythm change behind beat

C, Eb, E and C, F and C, E and C


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=terPNzSaBZ8


#1 Blues Piano Lick

practice thirds with wrist action

Eb, then E and C, F and A, E and G


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOQOqtj7fCg&feature=related




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