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G flat Chord Chart for the Piano

by Erik Thiede on August 24, 2015

Using the piano chord chart table, Here are the G flat Chords:

G Flat Chord Name Symbols Chords Notes*
G flat Major (implied if without notation) GbM or Gbmaj or Gb G flat B flat D flat
G flat Minor Gbm G flat A D flat
G flat Augmented Gbaug or Gb+ G flat B flat D
G flat Diminished Gbdim or Gb o G flat A C
G flat Dominant 7th Gb7 G flat B flat D flat E
G flat Major 7th GbM7 or Gbmaj7 G flat B flat D flat F
G flat Minor 7th Gbm7 G flat A D flat E
G flat Dominant 7b5 Gb7b5 G flat B flat C E
G flat Augmented Dominant 7th or G flat Dominant Seventh Sharp 5 Gb7#5 G flat B flat D E
G flat Minor/ Major Seventh Gbm/M7 or Gbm/maj7 G flat A D flat F
G flat Diminished Minor Seventh or G flat Minor Seventh Flat Five or G flat Half-Diminished Seventh Gbm7b5 G flat A C E
G flat Diminished 7th Gbdim7 G flat A C E flat
G flat Suspended or G flat Suspended 4th Gbsus or Gbsus4 G flat B flat B D flat
G flat Minor Suspended or G flat Minor Suspended 4th Gbmsus or Gbmsus4 G flat A B D flat
G flat Major 6th Gb6 or GbM6 G flat B flat D flat E flat
G flat Minor 6th Gbm6 G flat A D flat E flat
G flat Six/Nine or G flat Sixth Add Ninth Gb6/9 or Gb6add9 G flat B flat D flat E flat A flat
G flat Minor Six/Nine or G flat Minor Sixth Add Ninth Gbm6/9 or Gbm6add9 G flat A D flat E flat A flat
G flat Add Nine Gbadd9 G flat B flat D flat A flat
G flat Minor Add Nine Gbmadd9 G flat A D flat A flat
G flat Major Ninth GbM9 or Gbmaj9 G flat B flat D flat F A flat
G flat Minor Ninth Gbm9 G flat A D flat E A flat
G flat Dominant Ninth Gb9 G flat B flat D flat E A flat
G flat Dominant Sharp Nine Gb7#9 G flat B flat D flat E A
G flat Dominant Flat Nine Gb7b9 G flat B flat D flat E G
G flat Minor Eleventh Gbm11 G flat A D flat E A flat B
G flat Dominant Eleventh Gb11 G flat B flat D flat E A flat B
G flat Dominant Sharp Eleventh Gb7#11 G flat B flat D flat E A flat C
G flat Major Sharp Eleven or G flat Major Seventh Sharp Eleventh Gbmaj#11 or Gbmaj7#11 G flat B flat D flat F A flat C
G flat Major Thirteenth Gbmaj13 G flat B flat D flat F A flat B E flat
G flat Minor Thirteenth Gbm13 G flat A D flat E A flat B E flat
G flat Dominant Thirteenth Gb13 G flat B flat D flat E A flat B E flat

* Bolded notes are optional

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A flat Chord Chart for the Piano

by Erik Thiede on August 22, 2015

Using the the piano chord chart table, Here are the A flat Chords:

A Flat Chord Name Symbols Chords Notes*
A flat Major (implied if without notation) AbM or Abmaj or Ab A flat C E flat
A flat Minor Abm A flat B E flat
A flat Augmented Abaug or Ab+ A flat C E
A flat Diminished Abdim or Ab o A flat B D
A flat Dominant 7th Ab7 A flat C E flat G flat
A flat Major 7th AbM7 or Abmaj7 A flat C E flat G
A flat Minor 7th Abm7 A flat B E flat G flat
A flat Dominant 7b5 Ab7b5 A flat C D G flat
A flat Augmented Dominant 7th or A flat Dominant Seventh Sharp 5 Ab7#5 A flat C E G flat
A flat Minor/ Major Seventh Abm/M7 or Abm/maj7 A flat B E flat G
A flat Diminished Minor Seventh or A flat Minor Seventh Flat Five or A flat Half-Diminished Seventh Abm7b5 A flat B D G flat
A flat Diminished 7th Abdim7 A flat B D F
A flat Suspended or A flat Suspended 4th Absus or Absus4 A flat C D flat E flat
A flat Minor Suspended or A flat Minor Suspended 4th Abmsus or Abmsus4 A flat B D flat E flat
A flat Major 6th Ab6 or AbM6 A flat C E flat F
A flat Minor 6th Abm6 A flat B E flat F
A flat Six/Nine or A flat Sixth Add Ninth Ab6/9 or Ab6add9 A flat C E flat F B flat
A flat Minor Six/Nine or A flat Minor Sixth Add Ninth Abm6/9 or Abm6add9 A flat B E flat F B flat
A flat Add Nine Abadd9 A flat C E flat B flat
A flat Minor Add Nine Abmadd9 A flat B E flat B flat
A flat Major Ninth AbM9 or Abmaj9 A flat C E flat G B flat
A flat Minor Ninth Abm9 A flat B E flat G flat B flat
A flat Dominant Ninth Ab9 A flat C E flat G flat B flat
A flat Dominant Sharp Nine Ab7#9 A flat C E flat G flat B
A flat Dominant Flat Nine Ab7b9 A flat C E flat G flat A
A flat Minor Eleventh Abm11 A flat B E flat G flat B flat D flat
A flat Dominant Eleventh Ab11 A flat C E flat G flat B flat D flat
A flat Dominant Sharp Eleventh Ab7#11 A flat C E flat G flat B flat D
A flat Major Sharp Eleven or A flat Major Seventh Sharp Eleventh Abmaj#11 or Abmaj7#11 A flat C E flat G B flat D
A flat Major Thirteenth Abmaj13 A flat C E flat G B flat D flat F
A flat Minor Thirteenth Abm13 A flat B E flat G flat B flat D flat F
A flat Dominant Thirteenth Ab13 A flat C E flat G flat B flat D flat F

* Bolded notes are optional

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Chord Progressions – The Basic DNA of Music

August 9, 2015

Many things in life have a pattern. In music, we refer to those patterns as chord progressions. They are simply a sequence of chords that tends to repeat throughout the song. Have you ever noticed how easy it can be to learn a new song you hear on the radio? Sometimes it only takes hearing […]

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Piano for Beginners – Different Ways of Learning

August 1, 2015

There is a bit of a mini-revolution going on in the world of piano teachers. And it all has to do with teaching piano for beginners. You see, there’s the old way of teaching piano. This way focuses on learning notes, learning to site read music, and learning where each individual note is on the […]

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Top Five Ways To Play Piano By Ear

July 29, 2015

Learn scales and try to pick them out in the music you hear. One of the top five ways to play piano by ear is by learning (at the very least) what scales are and what they sound like. Scales are a series of octave-specific notes that are played in a particular pattern or order. […]

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Extended Piano Chords

July 24, 2015

As the name suggest, extended piano chords extend beyond the range of the major scale. Recall that chords are created with respect to there corresponding scales. For example, the major scale of “G” has this 8-note sequence: G,A,B,C,D,E,F#,G. Chords that require notes beyond the 8th note (e.g. the last “G”) are extended piano chords. The […]

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Beginner Piano Lessons

July 3, 2015

Welcome to what I believe is one of the easiest beginner piano lessons you will find anywhere. I’ve built this introduction to piano based on the experiences I’ve had successfully teaching countless others. My method is to keep it simple, make everything make sense, and move at a pace that keeps things interesting. When you […]

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The Piano Chord – Making Sense of This Versatile Music Concept

June 15, 2015

The first key to remember when trying to make sense of the piano chord is that they’re based on…you guessed it…piano scales! In our examples, we will use the key of “C” but the formula applies to all keys. Remember that the major piano scale for the key of C is C,D,E,F,G,A,B,C – where the […]

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The Many Benefits of Taking Piano Lessons Online

June 8, 2015

If you’ve ever wanted to play the piano but think that you don’t have time now that you are a working adult, think again! Piano lessons online make it easy to pick up your old hobby or learn a new one. When most of us think about taking piano lessons, we think about having a […]

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Free Piano Chords – They’re The Path To Beautiful Music

June 6, 2015

Piano music is much more beautiful when it’s played with free piano chords because chords create harmony. Built from single notes starting with the first note or root of the simple major triad chords are the result of playing a root note (also called the tonic or degree I), a third tone above the first […]

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