Who Else Wants To Learn The Basic Major and Minor Chords on The Piano?

We hit a little flu bump in my dream to become proficient on the piano so I’ll be posting more next week. My family had a busy weekend and now I have a sick house.  Since I am the mom, I am taking care of the flu bug here in our home.

Not fun!

So I’ll leave you with this video about understanding the basic major and minor chords on the piano –chord magic

Till next week.

Kim

(Kim has already accomplished her first big dream by traveling to New York with her teenage daughter June of 2009. She lost 20 pounds and overcame her intense dislike (do we say fear?) of flying to accomplish that dream. She rotated off the blog in February 2010, but still hangs out with 8 Women Dream.  You can find her in the comments section)

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  • Kim, the traveler

    Ha ha Thanks Sam. I won’t be doing any videos soon;) I’ve been playing piano since I was 5, so I don’t really know how hard it would be to learn from the internet. Anything’s possible if you try hard enough.

  • Sam

    If playing the piano were only this easy. I didn’t realize you could find piano learning videos on the Internet (duh) and now I have to go search them out myself. Although I think you might make a prettier video presentation.

  • Thomson

    These is a nice video and I appreciate for this, it make learning much easier and faster.

  • Robert

    cool blog post. he makes learning the piano look easy, but have you found that learning the piano is that easy? are the kids better?

    swine flu is influenza and influenza has been around since at least 1918. in the spring of 1918 large numbers of soldiers in the trenches in France became ill. the soldiers complained of a sore throat, headaches and a loss of appetite. although it appeared to be highly infectious, recovery was rapid and doctors gave it the name of ‘three-day fever’. at first doctors were unable to identify the illness but eventually they decided it was a new strain of influenza.

    the soldiers gave it the name Spanish Flu but there is no evidence that it really did originate from that country. in Spain they called it French Flu. others claimed that the disease started in the Middle Eastern battlefields, whereas others blamed it on China and India.

    a recent study argued that the disease was brought to the Western Front by a group of USA soldiers from Kansas.

    i linked to this site in my name, but Science Based Medicine has an Influenza primer at http://www.sciencebasedmedicine.org/?p=1229 if it helps you feel better about influenza. it has always been around.

  • Veronica

    I think the length of your post was perfect for a home filled with the flu. You found a great video, I really enjoyed “mary had a little lamb”
    Take care my friend
    veronica

  • Catherine, Site Admin

    Ah – I hope they didn’t get it from us! Sore neck, exhausted, head cold swollen glands at throat – not fun! But as the mom I still had to do the mom stuff – no rest for the weary – so I hear you.

  • Get well soon, lots of rest and a nice mug of lemsip :)