Piano Chords Chart2:
Dominant Seventh Chords

Piano Chords Chart2

Have you been looking for free printable piano chord charts? You came to the right place! This page provides you with a free PDF chart for Dominant Seventh Chords.

First, a brief review of the dominant seventh chord:

Dominant Seventh--1 3 5 b7

THIS is the chord you want when you are told to play "C7". This chord functions as a V chord. (EXAMPLE: C E G Bb) (NOTATION: C7)

Construct this chord by starting with the MAJOR TRIAD and adding the flatted seventh note in the scale.

Remember that nothing replaces a thorough working knowledge of chords and piano chord theory. Please look here to understand more about piano chords: Chord Formulas. This is a link to another free page on this site. It opens in a new window.

Also, you really should try to MEMORIZE these chords as soon as possible. The charts should help you to do this.

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