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Topic: Chords (Help me)!!!
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posted: 4/18/2006 at 10:33:06 PM ET
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What is a chord (sorry for being so lacking in knowledge of the subject)?

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posted: 4/19/2006 at 12:24:20 PM ET
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A chord is more than one note held down at the same time. On the piano that can be a combination of as little as 2 but is usually 3 notes held down at the same time. You use different fingers to hold down the keys depending on what chord you want to play. On a guitar that would be strings held down to form the chord. The combination makes the tone sound fuller than a single note played by itself. Look on Music Education at this site. I think I saw expamles and pictures given there for the basic chords people need to know and the fingers used to play them. Good luck.

pjmusic

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posted: 4/19/2006 at 2:43:08 PM ET
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Thank you very much!



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