Bass Piano Chord Library

Piano Chords With Fingering & Notation

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Learn to read and form bass piano chords and inversions, with left-handed keyboard fingering, bass staff notation, and interval breakdowns.

Major Bass Piano Chords

Maj bass piano chords.

A major chord is built with a root, a major third, and a perfect fifth. Major chords are known for their pleasant, positive, or triumphant moods:

   ▪ Easy Major Piano Triads for the Left Hand
   ▪ Major
   ▪ Major 7th & Dominant 7th Bass Chords


Minor Bass Piano Chords

Min bass piano chords.

A minor chord is built with a root, a minor third, and a perfect fifth. These chords are known for being somber and melancholy, and can effectively evoke a sense of desperation, urgency, or apathy:

   ▪ Minor
   ▪ Minor 7th & Minor M7 Bass Chords


Diminished Bass Piano Chords

Dim bass piano chords.

A diminished chord is built with a root, a minor third, and a diminished fifth. Diminished chords — which can sound bizarre, enigmatic, confused, or dissonant — are natural occurrences; there is one diminished chord in each musical key:

   ▪ Diminished 7th & Half-Diminished Bass Chords


Augmented Bass Piano Chords

Aug bass piano chords.

An augmented chord has a root, a major third, and an augmented fifth. Like the diminished chord, its sound is slightly “off-center.” But the augmented chord tends to be happier and less ambiguous than its diminished cousin, and does not occur naturally in any key:

   ▪ Augmented Bass Piano Triads
   ▪ Augmented 7th & Augmented M7 Bass Chords