Due to changes in VAT rules from the EU, I wont be able to continue to supply this music package. Because of the new rules, I don't have the technical know how or the time to jump through these hoops, so you won´t be able to buy anything from this page starting on the 1st of January 2015. Sorry about this but the mighty EU has spoken.

All my music books are now available to buy on Amazon in Kindle book format. There are over 50 books to choose from and cover many instruments including piano keyboards, brass and woodwind instruments.

Check my books out at my author page here: Books by Michael Shaw

I will leave this page online for the time being in case there any changes to the rules. Don't hold your breath.

Good luck with your music. Mike Shaw



"The Most Effective Chord Learning System For Beginners Is Now Available In The Amazing Mikes Music Room Piano Keyboard and Organ Chord Chart Book"

"And I Personally Guarantee This Will Work For Everybody"

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From: Mike Shaw

Do you recognise yourself here?

  • A complete music beginner
  • Having difficulty learning piano, keyboard and organ chords
  • Play a little bit but have difficulty with chords
  • Determined to learn how to play chords
  • Not the type of person that gives up
  • Own a piano, keyboard or organ that doesn't get played

If you recognise yourself in the above statements and you are a bit frustrated with your progress, I have a solution for you, but before we get in to that, I am going to give you a valuable free tip, if you don't read anything else on this page, make sure you read this, ITS IMPORTANT

You can use this tip to help you play chords and you can use it right now.

Mikes Chord Learning Tip

"When learning chords always learn a group of chords rather than a single chord at a time."

Now what does that mean exactly? Well, normally in a piece of music, you will see a pattern starting with a main chord. This main chord will depend on what key the piece of music is in but don't worry about this because most if not all pieces of music you will play as a beginner will be in the key of C, which means your main chord will be C.

Now, a main chord always wants to return to itself, let me give you an easy example.

C - G - C

This is a very popular example of a chord path, starting with the main chord C, moving to G chord then returning to C Chord. This is called a chord progression.

Here's another example

C - F - C

And another longer example

C - F - G - C

Think about if you had to learn a speech. Would you learn a word at a time, no of course not, you would learn a group of words or a sentence or maybe a paragraph.

We can use the same principle when learning chords and the important thing here is that when you learn a group of chords or a progression you are also learning the movement to and from a chord, so for instance the movement and muscles used from C chord to G chord and back to C chord can be learned and memorized subconsciously and this make the chord learning process extremely fast.

Did You Know There Are Only 12 Major Chords, Sometimes Called Triads, Learn Them All On Page 3.



Now let's clear up some of the hype.

First of all, we don't need a chord book that promises you can learn every single chord known to man. These are normally thick books with a glossy cover and contain hundreds if not thousands of keyboard chords. We don't need this.

We don't need anything that promises us that we can find any chord we want because; put simply We Don't Need Lots Of Keyboard Chords. What we want is a simple and easy way to play and remember the easy chords we want.

What we need here, is a few, basic, easy to play chords, not to be overwhelmed by searching for chords notes in a big book, and when we eventually find the chord its normally in the middle of the book and it wont stay open then you've got to search for it again, you get the idea.

So here it is, simple is best, no more searching through books or pages on the internet. It gives you exactly what you want, easily and inexpensively.

It is the Mikes Music Room Piano Keyboard Chord Chart and contains 48 of the most used keyboard chords that you will be playing within minutes. Its that easy.


All the chords notes are presented in picture format and the correct left hand finger numbers are Included under each chord.

I have taught hundreds of students how to play keyboard chords using this method, Just as my teacher taught me over thirty years ago.

When you first start learning how to play chords on keyboard, it can get frustrating having to find a chord in a chord book that has lots of pages and instead of having the most used keyboard chords on one page they are spread out throughout dozens of pages which makes the process hard work.  So I have created a piano chord chart that puts the easy chords that you need on four pages and included are the most used keyboard chords which will be more than adequate for every player.

This means you now have all the keyboard chords you want, 48 in total on four pages and each chord is a photograph of the chords notes with dots on the keys to show which keys to press and fingers numbers underneath to show exactly which finger to use.

Learn How Easy It Is To Play Seventh Chords By Adding Just One Note To A Major Chord On Page 4


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The Simple Keyboard Piano Chord Chart

This book contains 48 of the most used keyboard chords in music today. The 48 chords are:

12 Major, 12 Minor, 12 Seventh And 12 Minor Seventh Chords

The 12 Major Chords are:
C, G, D, A, E, B, F#/Gb, C#/Db, Ab, Eb, Bb, F

12 Seventh
C7, G7, D7, A7, E7, B7, F#7/Gb7, C#7/Db7, Ab7, Eb7, Bb7, F7

12 Minor
Cm, Gm, Dm, Am, Em, Bm, F#m/Gbm, C#m/Dbm, Abm, Ebm, Bbm, Fm

12 Minor Seventh
Cm7, Gm7, Dm7, Am7, Em7, Bm7, F#m7/Gbm7, C#m7/Dbm7, Abm7, Ebm7, Bbm7, Fm7


You can easily print the pages you need or in fact you might as well print out all four pages and they will fit nicely on your music stand. Each chord is big enough to see when you play your music and the fact that the chords are always there in front of you all the time makes the learning process much much easier.

Knowing the correct fingers to use when playing keyboard chords is a great help and you don't have to worry about that either because every chord has the correct finger number under each and every note on all 48 keyboard chords.

Learn How A Major Chord Turns In To A Minor Chord By Changing Just One Note On Page 5


  • You don't need to know anything about music to use this piano chord chart - Just copy and play what you see
  • Print out pages - Only 4 pages to print out, no searching for chords in a book ever again
  • Download to your computer - Once downloaded to your computer you can save it to CD or memory stick or transfer to your laptop
  • Included popular keyboard chords - Shows you 48 of the most used keyboard chords including seventh and minor seventh chords
  • Finger numbers - All 48 keyboard chords show the correct finger numbers under each and every chord

The simple ideas are always the best and you cant get more simple than this. Just copy what you see and play on your keyboard


Everybody can use this piano chord chart. Just download it, open it and view it. You can even print out the pages you need.

All beginners can now easily play keyboard chords. They are played with the left hand to add harmony and rhythm. This book is the perfect solution for piano , keyboard and organ learners.

  • Can be used with electronic keyboards

  • Piano learners can use these chords to play a rhythmic left hand

  • Most chords can be found within one octave (8 notes)

  • Organ players can use these chords with bass pedals

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If you've stuck with this page so far, you obviously have the determination and will to succeed.

I'm guessing you have a keyboard or a piano or maybe an organ just waiting to be played and you have been putting it off until now.

Get Started Now
I am going to give you more books to help you on your journey


Learn more about chord structure with this three part tutorial

Free Bonus #1(Three Part Tutorial)

Value £4.97

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You will learn how a chord is constructed in the first part of this three part tutorial

Learn the difference between a major and a minor chord

Find out how to convert minor7th to 11th chords in the second part of this tutorial.

In the third part of this tutorial convert minor7th to sixth chords.

Free Bonus #2 Learn To Play The Piano

How To Play Organ For Beginners
How To Play Keyboard For Beginners
How To Play A Piano
A Beginners Guide

Value £9.97

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For the complete beginners, this free guide will show you how to play a keyboard. With 12 photographs and over 20 illustrations this easy to follow piano keyboard lessons guide will show you how to read music, what notes are called on a piano keyboard and you will even learn how to play your first piece of music with your right hand.

Find Out How Easy It Is To Learn Every White Note On A Piano Keyboard, Whatever Its Size Just By Learning 7 Notes On Page 1 And 2 Of This Guide

Piano Keyboard Notes

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This guide will also show you how simple it is to read sheet music notes.

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And there is lots more for the beginner. Here a list of what's in this beginners guide to playing the piano.

Chapter 1 - All Piano notes
Learn all the white notes on a piano keyboard.

Chapter 2 - Music Print
See what the staff looks like and how musical notes
are written.

Chapter 3 -  Music Notes and Symbols
Learn how to read notes on the staff.

Chapter 4 -  Middle C
Here you will find where middle C is on sheet music and the keyboard

Why Is Middle C Not Always In The Middle Of Some Keyboards, Find Out On Page 8

Chapter 5 - Note values
Learn what different notes are called such a Crotchets and Minims

Chapter 6 - Hand position
Use the correct hand position when playing notes on the keyboard.

How The Shape Of Your Hand Can Help You Play The Right Notes Just By Speaking The Note You Want To Play


Chapter 7 - Five finger exercise
An exercise to loosen your fingers and play the music notes evenly.

Chapter 8 - Read the notes you are playing
Read exactly what you are playing.

Chapter 9 - Finger numbers
Learn more about using the correct fingers.

Chapter 10 - Play your first Musical Piece
Read and play your first piece of music on the piano keyboard.

Free Bonus #3 Beginners Sheet Music

Value £4.97

Piano and Keyboard Performer eBook 1

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Piano and Keyboard Performer Book 1
this book contains 5 easy pieces all in the key of C Major using just 3 keyboard chords.
The chords are C, F and G.

The five tunes are:
The New World Symphony
Lullaby
Michael Row The Boat Ashore
Lightly Row
When The Saints Go Marching In

Free Bonus #4  Christmas Sheet Music Book 1

Value £5.99

Christmas Music Book - Organ, Keyboard and Piano Book 1

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This book contains 10 popular Christmas Carols. I have written this book with all keyboard players in mind. Each line of music contains three staves, one treble clef and two Bass clefs and keyboard chord symbols for the single line players.

Here's the list of Carols

Away In A Manger
While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks
Silent Night
The First Noel
Good King Wenceslas
The Holly And The Ivy
Hark The Herald Angels Sing
Deck The Halls
O Come All Ye Faithful
We Wish You A Merry Christmas

Free Bonus #5  Christmas Sheet Music Book 2

Value £5.99

Christmas Music Book 2 - Organ, Keyboard and Piano

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This is the follow up to the popular 10 Christmas Carols Book for Organ, Keyboard and Piano.

Organist can read all three staves (top keyboard, lower keyboard and bass pedals) Keyboard players and Piano players can read right hand and left hand staves and if you wish to read the right hand and keyboard chord symbols, that's there to.

Here's the list of Carols

Auld Lang Syne
Ding Dong Merrily on High
God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen
I Saw Three Ships
Jingle Bells
Joy to the World
O Christmas Tree
Once in Royal David's City
We Three Kings
What Child is This?

Free Bonus #6  The Pianoforte (Part 1)

Value £4.97

The Pianoforte (Part 1) Book
The following four books are extracts from the award winning volumes of
The Musical Educator
By Eminent Specialists

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Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 The hand and its principles of action
Chapter 3 The Piano
Chapter 4 Mechanism of the hand applied to that of the Piano
Chapter 5 Method of touch
Chapter 5 sub sections:

Descent of finger
Hold of finger
Ascent of finger
Pose of hand
Legato playing
Two finger exercises
Three finger exercises
Four finger exercises
Five finger exercises
Semibreve exercises
Tone gradation Exercises

Free Bonus #7  The Pianoforte (Part 2)

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The Pianoforte (Part 2) eBook

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Chapter 6 Scale Playing
Chapter 7 The Scale
Chapter 7 Sub Sections

Grouping for Scales in:
Major Keys
Minor Keys
Diatonic Scales in:
Major Mode
Minor Mode (Harmonic Form, Melodic Form)

Free Bonus #8  The History of Music (Part 1)

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The History of Music (Part 1) eBook

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Chapter 1 The music of the pre - Christian ages
Chapter 1 sub sections:

The Assyrians
The Egyptians
The Israelites
The Greeks
The Romans

Chapter 2 Church music to the time of Palestrina
Chapter 2 sub sections:

Secular music
Music in the British Isles

Free Bonus #9  The History of Music (Part 2)

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The History of Music (Part 2)

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Chapter 3 The Renaissance
Chapter 3 sub sections:

The Rise of Opera
The Oratorio
Chapter 4 The Reformation
Chapter 5 The Old French Opera

Plus



PLUS

You will have access to my easy sheet music playlist videos on YouTube which includes:


Easy Sheet Music Book 1

1. Lightly Row
2. The New World Symphony
3. When The Saints Go marching In
4. Lullabye
5. Michael Row The Boat Ashore

Easy Sheet Music Book 2

1. Merrily We Roll Along
2. Beautiful Dreamer
3. Barcarolle
4. Amazing Grace
5. The Entertainer

Easy Sheet Music Book 3

1. Daisy Bell
2. After the Ball
3. Home on the Range
4. Greensleeves
5. Can Can

Easy Sheet Music Book 4

1. For He's a Jolly Good Fellow
2. The Blue Danube
3. Oh Susanna
4. Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home
5. Camptown Races

Classical Sheet Music Book 1

1. Trumpet Voluntary - Jeremiah Clarke
2. Ode To Joy - Beethoven
3. Waves of the Danube - Ivanovici
4. Sonata No.8 Pathetique - Beethoven
5. Minuet in G Major - Johann Sebastian Bach

Classical Sheet Music Book 2

1. Roses From the South - Johann Strauss
2. My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice - Camille Saint-Saëns
3. Piano Concerto No.1 - Tchaikovsky
4. Caprice - Paganini
5. Swan Lake - Tchaikovsky

Christmas Sheet Music Book 1

1. Away In A Manger
2. While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks
3. Silent Night
4. The First Noel
5. Good King Wenceslas
6. The Holly And The Ivy
7. Hark The Herald Angels Sing
8. Deck The Halls
9. O Come All Ye Faithful
10. We Wish You A Merry Christmas

Christmas Sheet Music Book 2

1. Auld Lang Syne
2. Ding Dong Merrily on High
3. God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen
4. I Saw Three Ships
5. Jingle Bells
6. Joy to the World
7. O Christmas Tree
8. Once in Royal David's City
9. We Three Kings
10. What Child is This?

That's FIFTY easy sheet music pieces available on YouTube right now and a third classical sheet music book will be available soon and the sheet music with chord symbols for all pieces from that book will be available for you to view on YouTube. All the pieces above use left hand chords from the Mikes Music Room Chordbook.

Due to changes in VAT rules from the EU, I wont be able to continue to supply this music package. Because of the new rules, I don't have the technical know how or the time to jump through these hoops, so you won´t be able to buy anything from this page starting on the 1st of January 2015. Sorry about this but the mighty EU has spoken.

All my music books are now available to buy on Amazon in Kindle book format. There are over 50 books to choose from and cover many instruments including piano keyboards, brass and woodwind instruments.

Check my books out at my author page here: Books by Michael Shaw

I will leave this page online for the time being in case there any changes to the rules. Don't hold your breath.

Good luck with your music. Mike Shaw


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