Using the 'C' chart as an example:
First note indicates the Key 'C' (major)
Sixth note indicates relative minor 'Am'
Second note indicates 2nd minor 'Dm'
Third note indicates 3rd minor 'Em'
1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   1st
KEY CHART
C#  D#  F   F#   G#  A#   C   C#
C    D    E    F    G    A    B    C
D    E   F#   G    A    B    C#  D
Eb   F   G   Ab   Bb   C    D   Eb
E    F#  G#   A    B    C#   D#  E
F#   G#  A#   B   C#   D#   F   F#
G    A    B   C    D    E    F#   G
Ab  Bb    C   Db  Eb   F    G    Ab
A     B    C#   D    E   F#   G#   A
Bb   C     D   Eb   F    G    A    Bb
MAJOR TRIAD
CHORD CHART
AA triad is 3 notes which make
a 'chord' .....ie....3 notes
of any key ...eg.... (key C)
'C' chord is C+E+G
'F' chord is F+A+C
'G' chord is G+B+D
Chords on a harp can be
played with L&R hands but
are more regularly played with
the left hand whilst the right
hand plays the 'melody'
Below are the 3 major chords
ineach Key.....
Major chords in key of:
Key  C=  C  F  G
Key  D=  D  G  A
Key  E=  E  A  B
Key  F=  F  Bb  C
Key  G=   G  C  D
Key  A=   A  D  E
Key Bb=  Bb  Eb  F
Key  B=  B   E   F#
These are the most often
used Keys....If you need
others, use the key chart
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MINOR TRIAD
CHORD CHART
Triads in minor keys are the
same as major keys...ie....
3 notes.....eg....
'Am' chord is A+C+E
'Dm' chord is D+F+A
'Em' chord is E+G+B

Below are the 3 minor chords
in each Key
Minor chords in key of:
Key C=    A    D   E
Key D=   B   E    F#m
Key E= C#m  F#m  G#m
Key F=    Dm   Gm   Am
Key G=  Em   Am   Bm
Key A= F#m   Bm  C#m
Key Bb=  Bm   Cm  Dm
Key B= G#m  C#m  D#m
B   C#   D#   E   F#   G#  A#   B
Harp Charts
KEY and TRIAD charts for the Harper....This page is not for
the politically correct ...... only those who want to quickly learn
to play and enjoy......
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