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The clickable diagram below shows 136 of the most common piano chords. For each of the twelve piano keys, I show eight different types of chords, Major, Minor, Diminished, Augmented, Minor 7th, Dominant 7th, Major 7th and Diminished 7th. For the black keys, I show two different spellings of the chords, one with sharps and one with flats.

Click on the root of the piano chord from the chords chart (For example C). Then choose a specific chord (for example, Cm7). The desired chord and information about it will immediately appear on the player. Additional instructions below the virtual keyboard