About the Book
CONTENTS of the BOOK
Author history, Acknowledgements
Index, and important information.
Circle of fourths and fifths
Finger positions and shapes
Template A five octaves from B flat, plus notes to C
Chords in C
Chords in D flat
Chords in D
Template B five octaves from D flat, plus notes to E flat
Chords in E flat
Chords in E
Chords in F
Template C five octaves from E, plus notes to F sharp
Chords in F sharp
Chords in G
Chords in A flat
Template D five octaves from G, plus notes to A
Chords in A
Chords in B flat
Chords in B
It is important to read this page before playing the chords.
I tried laying them out to the position of the fingers on the notes, but found this was not possible for two reasons. Firstly, if you change the fingering that changes the position and secondly, each individual could place their fingers differently, depending on the size of your hand and other factors.
When you play these chords your fingers will automatically go to the right position (whatever you find most comfortable). I then tried to place the notes according to the shape I see, but found this also did not work, as it was difficult to place them and also some players may see the shape different than I do.