Learn to play a dark chord progression on piano #shorts

Chord progressions are the foundation of all our popular songs, and I’m often asked how to write a chord progression.

Today I’ll show you one of my favourite minor chord progressions, to really capture that sad or moody feeling.

The first thing you’ll need to do is figure out which minor chords you can use. That will depend on the key that you are in. To see our lesson on knowing which chords sound good together, just click here:

We’re in the key of G today, so I know that the minor chords in that key are Am, Bm, and Em. So that is the minor ii, iii, and vi (we use small roman numerals to represent minor chords).

Let’s check it out!

#piano #minorchords #shorts

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