Piano Chords: Love Is from Beverly Hills 90210



Beverly Hills, 90210 logoImage via Wikipedia
  • Words and music by John Keller and Tonio K.
  • 1992, 1993 Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.
  • Television show Beverly Hills 90210 became a staple in the TV diet of teenagers.
  • This melody is from the soundtrack of the show.
  •  Recording by Vanessa Williams/Brian McNight (Giant Records) reached top of the charts.
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"Love Is" is the title of a 1993 duet released by Vanessa Williams and Brian McKnight. The single originally appeared on the soundtrack to the TV drama series, Beverly Hills 

Love Is by Vanessa Williams / Brian McKnight 
 
The chords in red are what I added to the chart!
 
Am
They say it's a river
Ab+5
That circles the earth
C/G
A beam of light shining
D9/F#
To the edge of the universe
Fmaj7        E7
It conquers all
Fmaj7            Gadd9 
It changes everything

Am
They say it's a blessing
Ab+5 
They say it's a gift
C/G
They say it's a miracle 
       D9/F#
And I believe that it is 
 G            E7          
 It conquers all 
Gmaj7          Gadd9
 But it's a mystery

---------Chorus 1 *
C/E        F       Gsus4 G  
Love breaks your heart
C/E         F      Gsus4  G 
Love takes no less than everything
C/E         F      Gsus4 G
  Love makes it hard
         Bbadd9       Dm7/G
But it fades away so easily


Am
In this world we've created
Ab+5
In this place that we live
C/G
In the blink of an eye, babe
D9/F#
The darkness slips in
G              E7 
Love lights the world 
 Gmaj7     Gadd9      C/E
 Unites the lovers for eternity

---------Chorus 2 * 
C/E    G     Gsus4 G
Love breaks the chains
C/E        G       Gsus4   G
Love aches for everyone of us
C/E        F    Gsus4     G
Love takes the tears and pain
        Bbadd9                    Dm7/G 
And it turns it into the beauty that remains


Am9              Fmaj7
  Look at this place
       G/B           F/C      C/E  
It was paradise but now it's dying
Dm7       C/E        F
  I'll pray for love
Dm7        C/E         G   
  I'll take my chances that it's not too late

-------Repeat Chorus 1 & 2
 
They say it's a river, that / 
circles the Earth
A beam of light shinin' / 
to the edge of the / universe / 
It conquers all / It changes everything ...
 
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Made To Worship: Chris Tomlin

Here's the chord chart to a worship song that I like in the Key of C by Chris Tomlin, called Made To Worship. I also have posted the same song in the Key of G. Chords in red are what I play.


Chris Tomlin performing a concert in Johnson C...Image via Wikipedia
Chorus:
C
You and I were made to worship
F2 (Fmaj7)
You and I are called to love
Dm7                        G
You and I are forgiven and free
C
When you and I embrace surrender
F2 (Fmaj7)
You and I choose to believe
Dm7                 G
Then you and I will see what we were meant to be


Intro: C  F2  C  F2


Verse 1:
C5               G2/B 
Before the day, before the light
Am7                                   G (Fsus2)
Before the world revolved around the sun
C5                      G2/B
God on high stepped down into time
       Am7                         Fsus2    Gsus
And wrote the story of His love for everyone


Pre-Chorus:
Dm (F)                G
He has filled our hearts with wonder
F             G     F
So that we always remember

[Chorus]

Verse 2:
C5              G2/B
All we are and all we have
Am7                                  G (Fsus2)
Is all a gift from God that we will see
C5                       G2/B
Brought to life we open up our eyes
    Am7                       Fsus2    Gsus
To see the majesty and glory of the King

[Pre-Chorus]
[Chorus]

Bridge:
Dm7                       C/E
      Even the rocks cry out
                 F
Even the heavens shout
                    G
At the sound of His Holy name
Dm7                             C/E
       So let every voice sing out
                       F
And let every knee bow down
                G
He is worthy of all our praise

[Chorus]
 
Chord Breakdown: 
C5 = C/CG
G/B = B/DG
Am7 = A/CEA
Fsus2 = F/CFA
Gsus = G/CFG
F = F/CFA
G = G/GBD
C = C/GCE
Fmaj7 = F/ACE, D
Dm7 = D/FAC, D
C/E = E/GCG
Free mp3 download Made To Worship
 
Key of G: Made To Worship 
Intro:
G  C  G  C

Verse 1:
G               D2/F#
Before the day, before the light
Em7                                  Dsus4
before the world revolved around the sun
G                       D2/F#
God on High, stepped down into time
              Em7                        C  D
and wrote the story of His Love for everyone


PreChorus:
Am7               D
He has filled our hearts with wonder
Am7          C      D
so that we always remember


Chorus:
    G
For you and I are made to worship
C2
you and I are called to love
Am7                        Dsus4  D
you and I are forgiven and free

     G
when you and I embrace surrender
C2
you and I choose to believe
Am7                 Dsus4
then you and I will see
                     G  C  G  C
who we were meant to be


Verse 2:
G              D2/F#
all we are and all we have
Em7                              Dsus
is all the gift from God that we received
G                        D2/F#
brought to life, we open up our eyes
           Em7                      C   D
to see the majesty and glory of the King


Bridge:
Am7                   G/B
   even the rocks cry out
                 C
even the heavens shout
                 Am7  D
the sound of His holiness
Am7                     G/B
   so let everyone sing out
                       C
and let every knee bow down
                Am7     D
He is worthy of all our praise
 
 


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Chris Tomlin: Not To Us (Chords)

Worship BG - Not To UsImage by bemky via Flickr
 Not To Us by Chris Tomlin and Jesse Reeves (words and music) was written in 2001. It was recorded a half step lower. I have chord charts for this great song in the Key of G and Key of A. I wanted to focus this particular chord chart in the Key of C because I get lots of requests from beginners and also from those folks who may be longing to play in another Key other than C Major. Before we go on, let's take a look at this song and see if we know our chords and chord progression in C.


C                                Am7  
The cross before me the world behind, No turning back raise the 
        G        
banner high
F                             C  Csus  C
It’s not for me, it’s all for you

C                                 Am7      
Let the heavens shake and split the sky, Let the people clap their 
         G
hands and cry
 
F                            C  Csus C
It’s not for us, it’s all for you

C                      Fsus F     Fsus     F
Not to us, but to your name be the glory
C                     Fsus   F      Fsus     F
Not to us, but to your name be the glory


C                                 Am7                                
Our hearts unfold before your throne, the only place for those who 
 G
know
  F                          C  Csus C 
It’s not for us, it’s all for you
C                                Am7       
Send your holy fire on this offering, let our worship burn for the 
         G
world to see   
F                           C  Csus C    
It’s not for us, it’s all for you

C                                        
The earth is shaking, the mountains shouting
F 
It’s all for you
    Am7                      G                 
The waves are crashing, the sun is raging,
F
It’s all for you
   C                                 
The universe spinning and singing
F
It’s all for you
     Am7          G                  
Your children dancing, dancing, dancing
F                              Csus C Csus
It’s all for you, it’s all for you
C           F     Am7    G7sus F   C
My all for you

 Chord Breakdown:

 C = C/CEG

Am7 = A/EGC

G = G/GBD

F= F/FAC

Csus = C/CFG

Fsus = F/FBbC

What is so very cool about the melody is that you can harmonize the melody line in your r.h.

Here are some chords, for example, to play with your r.h.

CEG, EGC, GCE, EGD, EGC to A (single note), EGC, GCE, EGC, GBD, C to Eb to D to C (single notes). Here's a great article on Harmonize-Melodies

Same Song in Key of G

G                                 Em  
The cross before me the world behind, No turning back raise the 
        D        
banner high
C                        G
It’s not for me, it’s all for you

G                                  Em      
Let the heavens shake and split the sky, Let the people clap their 
         D
hands and cry
C                             G 
It’s not for us, it’s all for you

G                      Em     C     Em     C
Not to us, but to your name be the glory
G                      Em     C     Em     C
Not to us, but to your name be the glory


G                                 Em                                
Our hearts unfold before your throne, the only place for those who 
   D
know
  C                          G 
It’s not for us, it’s all for you
G                                Em       
Send your holy fire on this offering, let our worship burn for the 
        D
world to see   
C                       G
It’s not for us, it’s all for you

G                                         
The earth is shaking, the mountains shouting
Em              D
It’s all for you
    Em                                       
The waves are crashing, the sun is raging,
C
It’s all for you
   G                                 
The universe spinning and singing
C
It’s all for you
     Em                            
Your children dancing, dancing, dancing
C                              G
It’s all for you, it’s all for you
G            C     Em    D    C
My all for you


Key of A: Not To Us

INTRO:  
A    D2    F#m7    Esus    D2

A                                 F#m7  
The cross before me the world behind, No turning back raise the 
        Esus        
banner high
D2                        A
It’s not for me, it’s all for you

A                                  F#m7      
Let the heavens shake and split the sky, Let the people clap their 
         Esus
hands and cry
D2                             A  Asus  A
It’s not for us, it’s all for you

A                      G/D     D     G/D     D
Not to us, but to your name be the glory
A                      G/D     D     G/D     D
Not to us, but to your name be the glory

Instrumental after 1st time:
   A    D2

A                                 F#m7                                
Our hearts unfold before your throne, the only place for those who 
   Esus
know
  D2                          A  Asus  A
It’s not for us, it’s all for you
A                                F#m7       
Send your holy fire on this offering, let our worship burn for the 
        Esus
world to see   
D2                       A  Asus  A
It’s not for us, it’s all for you

A                                         D6
The earth is shaking, the mountains shouting
D
It’s all for you
    F#7                                Esus       
The waves are crashing, the sun is raging,
D
It’s all for you
   A                              D6   
The universe spinning and singing
D
It’s all for you
     F#m7                            Esus
Your children dancing, dancing, dancing
D                              Asus   A  Asus
It’s all for you, it’s all for you
A            D2     F#m7    Esus    D2
My all for you
        
Repeat last phrase several times using the above chord progression 
end on A
 


 Indeed, the earth is shaking. Our hearts and prayers go out to the people in Japan.

You may be interested in these music resources:

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Danny Boy Chords

Along with the chords in several keys of the famous song, Danny Boy, I wanted to wish my readers a happy St. Patrick's Day and share some photos of beautiful Ireland with you.

Danny Boy Ireland 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Jgma--0WYU&feature=fvwrel 








 1. Danny Boy Johnny Cash


Intro: A A7 D Dm A E7 A

A                            A7        D        Dm
Oh Danny Boy, the pipes, the pipes are calling
             A                          E    E7
>From glen to glen and down the mountain side
             A        A7            D    Dm
The summer's gone and all the roses falling
               A        E7            A
It's you, It's you must go and I must bide
                      D               A       F#m
But come ye back when summer's in the meadow
            A          D                   E     E7
Or when the valley's hushed and white with snow
        A       D              A       F#m
I'll be here in sunshine or in shadow
         A             E7              A
Oh Danny Boy, oh Danny Boy, I love you so

A                   A7                  D      Dm
But if you come and all the flowers are dying
         A         A7                 E7
And I am dead, and dead I well may be
                A        A7               D      Dm
You'll come and find the place where I am lying
              A      E7               A
And kneel and say an Ave there for me
                     D               A          
And I will know tho' soft you tread above me
           A          D              E   E7
And all my grave will richer sweeter be
                A        D                A       F#m
And you'll bend down and tell me that you love me
           A               E7              A
And I will rest in peace until you come to me

A E7 A
 

 

2. Danny Boy Elvis Presley

C Cmaj7  C7                   F      Fm         
Oh Danny boy, the pipes, the pipes are calling
             C        Am                D7  G  
From glen to glen and down the mountain side
             C Cmaj7 C7             F    Fm
The summer's gone and all the roses dying
               C Am     Dm     G      C
'Tis you, 'tis you must go and I must bide

G   Am  G/B C         F               C
But come ye back when summer's in the meadow
G  Am   G/B Am       F          C          D   G
Or when the valley's hushed and white with snow
            C C/E   F              C Em/B Am Fm
And I'll be here in sunshine or in shadow
         C             Dm    G        C
Oh Danny boy, oh Danny boy I love you so

       C Cmaj7 C7                F    Fm
But if he come and all the roses dying
         C G/B    Am Am/G         D/F# G
And I am dead, as dead I well may be
                C Cmaj7 C7                F    Fm
You'll come and find the place where I am lying
              C  Am  F   G         C
And kneel and say an Ave there for me

G  Am G/B   C            F              C
And I shall feel, though soft you tread above me
G   Am  B/G Am Am/G    F     C/E       D/F# G 
And then my grave will richer, sweeter be
             C C/E    F                C Em/B Am G#
For you will bend and tell me that you love me
            C       Am      Dm      G       C
And I shall rest in peace until you come to me
C    Am    F     G         C
 (Oh Danny boy I love) you so
 
 
 
 
3. Danny Boy Ray Price

 
 
 
E                                      A
Oh Danny Boy, the pipes, the pipes are calling
             E                          B7
>From glen to glen and down the mountain side
             E                            A
The summer's gone and all the flowers are dying
               E        B7            E
It's you, It's you must go and I must bide
             A                         E
^But come ye back when summer's in the meadow
             A                              B7
^Or when the valley's hushed and white with snow
              E         A              E
^^Yes I'll be there in sunshine or in shadow
                       B7              E
Oh Danny Boy, oh Danny Boy, I love you so

E                                         A
But when you come and all the flowers are dying
        E                         B7
If I am dead, and dead I well may be
                E                         A
You'll come and find the place where I am lying
              E      B7            E
And kneel and say an Ave there for me
             A                        E
^And I shall hear tho' soft you tread above me
            A                         B7
^And all my grave will warmer sweeter be
               E        A                E
^^For you will bend and tell me that you love me
                     B7                 E
And I shall sleep in peace until you come to me
                        A               E  B7  E
Oh Danny Boy, ^oh Danny Boy, I love you so

 
 
 
 
4. Danny Boy Celtic Guitar
 
G        G7                   C
Oh Danny Boy, the pipes, the pipes are calling
      D7     G    C   G        Em       D    G D7
From glen to glen and down the mountain side
             G        G7                  C
The summer's gone and all the flowers are dying
     Am         G       D7            G    C G
It's you, It's you must go and I must bide
     D7     G         Cmaj7    D       G
But come ye back when summer's in the meadow
    D7      Em       D/C        G/B        D    A7 D7
Or when the valley's hushed and white with snow
              G        C             G
Tis' I'll be there in sunshine or in shadow
Em       G       G/B   C      D        G  C G
Oh Danny Boy, oh Danny Boy, I love you so
    D7       G        G7                  C        
But when you come and all the flowers are dying
   D7   G     C   G      Em       D  G D7
If I am dead, and dead I well may be
                G        G7               C
You'll come and find the place where I am lying
     Am        G     D7            G  C G
And kneel and say an Ave there for me
    D7      G         D/A             G/B     G
And I shall hear tho' soft you tread above me
    D7     Em          D/C    G/B     D  A7 D7
And all my dreams will warmer sweeter be
               G       C                G       D Em
If you'll not fail to tell me that you love me
            G         G/B     C      D       G  C G
I'll simply sleep in peace until you come to me
Copyright 1989 G. Weiser 
 
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Kirk Franklin: When I Get There

Kirk FranklinCover of Kirk Franklin I recently wrote an article Triplets Vs Eighth Notes

 I immediately thought of one particular song that uses lots of eighth notes, well and for sure sixteenth notes. Are you familiar with "When I Get There" by Kirk Franklin? It's a great upbeat song.


"Now, this song is about heaven." -- Kirk Franklin

* Video




* Sheet Music
http://www.musicnotes.com


When I Get There Lyrics and Chords


Verse 1:

the sun will shine
my heart shall sing
one thought of you Jesus
what joy it brings
my soul can't wait
to see your face
and I'll bless your name jesus
when we get there

Fmaj9 = F/ACEG


E/Am7 = E/EGC

Dm11 = D/DFA


Verse 2:

Fmaj9  A/G      Dm7
you'll wipe my tears
you'll say well done


Fmaj9  Em7     Dm7
you'll hold me close
and tell me I've overcome



Fmaj9    A/G   Dm7
and you will exchange



G7   G#dim7  Em7
joy for my pain



Dm7  E/C   F/Dm
and i'll bless your name jesus
when we get there

chorus:

Fmaj9  Em7  Dm11
come on lets go
we'll cry no more
we're gonna be just like jesus


Cmaj7  Dm7 
when we get there


Em7  Em7  Dm11
come on lets go
*Hold on

G#dim7  Am7  Gm7
it won't be long

Em7  Dm11
we're gonna be just like Jesus

Gm7       C7
when we get there

Verse 1 repeat

verse 2 repeat

chorus repeat

no more feeling alone
when all my fear is all gone
you tell me it won't be long
when you call my name
we shall be changed come on!

Repeat chorus until song ends

Here's a few ways to play these chords:


G#dim7 = G#/FB

Em7 = E/GD
Dm11 = D/ACEG
Em7 = E/BDEG
Gm7 = G/FBbDF
C7 = C/EBCE

Thanks again for your kind comments.
All the best,

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Glissando and How To Play It




I recently wrote an article about the  Glissando. It's an Ezine Article  How To Play A Gliding Glissando


What I remember most about the glissando was hearing my song end in the high register, like the Disney song, "A Whole New World." The song ends well, we have peace and closure to an ending that either uses broken chords (arpeggiated) or a glissando.


My music dictionary defines glissando (glees-SAHN-doh) as a rapid scale produced by sliding the fingers or hand from one note to another. 







Here's my article:


"Hearing a smooth rise in tones going up or down in pitch is wonderful to hear on the piano. However, producing this gliding effect on the keys can be quite challenging for some pianists.

The funny thing is that when I hear a car skidding on a road, I immediately think of the sweeping sound of a glissando and Jerry Lee Lewis comes to my mind with the song, Great Balls of Fire.
Glissando has a specific mark or notation in written sheet music. It sort of looks like a quarter rest lying on its side, turned horizontally. Also, you'll find the word gliss written above the squiggly line.

 You'll find my post on Great Balls of Fire at How-to-play-great-balls-of-fire

Here are a few tips to keep in mind when playing the glissando.

1. Hold your wrist as high as you can and over the middle of the keys.
2. Use a slightly bent thumb
3. Once curved and in position, play all the notes descending until you've reached the octave.

I have rather small hands so in the beginning I would practice glissando in sixths. That way I would reduce the tension in my arm and fingers. If you are fortunate to have large hands and a wider hand span, then by all means jump right in and practice the octave glissando.

Now, I've never played an ascending glissando in any written classical music that I can recall. If you see one, then use your left hand for ascending glissando tones. Some pianists prefer using their third finger in the right hand ascending also. Don't forget to use the damper pedal.

It takes lots of practice and constant motion of the hand and arm to achieve the sound you are looking for. At first, your thumb or finger may hurt a bit. I would suggest using a gauze bandage with a rubber band, or use a band-aid or perhaps scotch tape to protect soft skin.

I have played glissando occasionally sprinkled throughout a song in classical music or going into the chorus but I prefer a blues or rock song having a smash buckling ending with a descending glissando. What a great way to end a song. It sounds so professional and everyone loves to hear it."


I think one of the best sites I have researched involving added decorative type endings to blues or rock and roll can be found at http://www.netplaces.com/rock-blues-piano/riffs-embellishments-turnarounds-and-endings/embellishments-and-decorations.htm

Do you have a favorite blues song where you wrap it up with a fancy glissando ending?

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All the best,

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You're My Refuge Chords: Kim Gentes


 Kingdom Rain


If you're looking for a peaceful worship song, I may have found one for you.


You're My Refuge by Kim Gentes provides a free mp3 and chord chart for the song.


Have a look at the video.




Chord Chart PDF 

MP3 Audio 

Children's Worship Song-Free Midi 

Here's a few chords from the song, You're My Refuge


E  C#m7  B  A(add2) 


Visit Kim's site for more information:
http://www.kimgentes.com

Thanks so much for all your messages this week. I'll do my best to answer your questions.
Have a great weekend!

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Ten Jazz Piano Books in My Library

 Lately, someone had asked me my opinion on music resources, like Dvds and music books, that I would recommend to them whether it was to purchase or checking out book from the local library for their own research.


Here are my top ten choices. I hope you will find them helpful. Perhaps They're in your music room as well. I use them for quick reference and also playing certain songs from the selections.


1. The Jazz Theory Book by Mark Levine


"The Jazz Theory Book should be in every musician's library regardless of the level of their ability." -- James Moody
The Jazz Theory Book

2. Keyboard Runs for the Pop & Jazz Stylist by Noreen Grey Lienhard 



"Noreen Grey Lienhard has performed with such jazz luminaries as StanGetz and Joe Morello. She has taught at William Paterson College in Wayne, New Jersey and at the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut." -- Noreen's Bio
Keyboard Runs for the Pop & Jazz Stylist




 3. Jazz Improvisation for Keyboard Players Complete Edition by Dan Haerle




"Improvisation, almost a lost art in some styles of music, is the freest form of expression, of the human spirit." -- Dan Haerle
Jazz Improvisation for Keyboard Players: Complete


4.  The Jazz Piano Book by Mark Levine


"One of the best jazz piano books I've ever seen - very easy to understand."
-- Kenny Barron

The Jazz Piano Book

5. How To Play Jazz and Improvise by Jamey Aebersold 

 

"Music is universal. If you have a desire to play, you won't be satisfied until you do. I hope this book has helped you achieve some of your musical desires."
-- Jamey Aebersold
How to Play Jazz & Improvise. Volume 1 (Paperback Book & CD Set)

6. Beginning Jazz Keyboard by Noah Baerman


"Anyone with basic keyboard skills can dig right in and begin learning jazz right away." -- Alfred Publishing Co.
Complete Jazz Keyboard Method: Beginning Jazz Keyboard

7. Jazz, Rags & Blues by Martha Mier

"Jazz is an important and distinctive American contribution to the 20th-century music." -- Martha Mier
Jazz, Rags & Blues, Book 2 (Alfred's Basic Piano Library)


8. Jazz/Rock Course by Bert Konowitz

"Jazz and rock music are an important part of today's musical scene, yet they play only a small part in most pianist's formal training."-- Bert Konowitz
Alfred's Basic Adult Jazz/Rock Course (Alfred's Basic Piano Library)

9. Beginning Jazz Improvisation (Intermediate Level) by Lee Evans

"Lee Evans as a professional artist has blended the performance of classical music and jazz in a most successful manner." -- The Publisher
Beginning Jazz Improvisation Intermediate Level (Piano Music)

10. New Orleans Jazz Style by William Gillock


"One of the really significant contributions of the twentieth century to music... and a strictly American development... is the jazz idiom." -- William Gillock

New Orleans Jazz Styles (Willis)

These are the top ten jazz books in my library. Yes, I have some more but I thought it would be a good idea to introduce these ones to you. As I mentioned earlier, perhaps you'll find them at your library, order through Amazon or find some in a used book store.

For those interested in the virtual keyboard software, check Song Robot



If you're not a book learner but want to watch piano instruction on Dvd, here is my list of Jazz dvds I recommend.


Jazz 101


Jazz 201



  • Step-by-step effective piano sight reading techniques
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