New term: Triad
Combine Do, Mi, and So to make a three-note chord
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i love hoffman isaiah
Aw, thank you!
Hello Mr Hoffman,
Thank you Soooo much for teaching me three chords it has been really fun. I am left handed so I have found it really easy! I am really enjoying lessons.????
Thank you Mr Hoffman, the triads are really easy!
I’m loving this course Mr. Hoffman… 3 fingered chords makes it even more exciting!
I’m so glad! And I agree – 3 fingered chords give even more color and complexity to music. It certainly can make a song more exciting!
..but. but you didn’t teach us the chords for “listen for bells” and for “Mouse in the house”…!!!
I am NOT going to play 3 note cards ever again they are way too difficult
Don’t you want to get good at it?
Three note cards are way too hard I’m not relaxing my fingers at all I’m pressing as hard as I can.
I made a few typing mistakes what I meant to say was that I play better with my right hand then with my left hand but when I play with my left hand not as much pressure goes on the piano keys and when I play with my right
eft not as much pressure goes down on the piano keys as mywhen I play with my left not as much pressure goes down on the and that’s because I’m right handed
Hi Mr.hoffman,I was just wondering did you ever grow up playing the piano as a kid if you did who did you learn from
I started learning piano around six years old and I had a few different teachers as I progressed. In high school, my advanced studies in piano were with Alfred Mouledous, principal pianist for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Thanks for asking! – Mr. Hoffman
i can not do this finger thing hoffman! please find an easier way:(
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