Free Piano Chord Progression Exercise No. 2
i - iv - i - V - V7 - i, starting from the root position of tonic ("i" or "one") chord in 12 minor keys
This is a piano sheet for exercises of the chord progression (cadence): i - iv - i - V - V7 - i, starting from the roof position of tonic ("i" or "one") chord in all 12 different minor keys. iv-chord, V-chord, and V7-chord are inverted. Even though there are key signatures at the beginning of each line (system), we provided cautionary sharps (#) and flats (b) signs especially to remind them to some beginner players. You'll see the fingering numbers on the 1st key which is key of A minor. Please use the exact same fingering numbers on all 12 keys. Please remember that iv - chord and V - chord have different fingerings on the right hand and left hand. If one hand uses finger number #3 the other hand uses finger #2, and the other way around. If you are a beginner at this please practice hands separately and slowly first. And start with only a few easy keys first. Eventually, it's good to memorize them in all 12 keys.
The reason why i-chord and iv-chord are written in lower case is that they are minor chords in minor keys. But V-chord and V7-chord are not a minor chord. They are both major type chord in both major keys and minor keys.
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About this sheet music and what it includes:
- Pages: 3 pages of exercises
- Content: Chord progression: i - iv - i - V - V7 - i, starting from the roof position of tonic ("i" or "one") chord in 12 Major keys
- Keys: all 12 different keys
- Fingerings: on the 1st key (Use the same fingerings on all 12 keys)
- Instrumentation: For piano solo
- Complete audio sample: Always free to listen to on our website
- Downloading file: PDF
- Arranger and music editor: Mizue Murakami
- Publisher: Galaxy Music Notes
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