Play easy piano chords that sound great! Learn the chord inversions with illustrated keyboard fingering, staff notation, and simple interval breakdowns.
The augmented chord is another strange-sounding collaboration of notes, but is less ambiguous than its diminished cousin. An augmented chord has a major third, and is defined by an augmented fifth:
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Related Chord Lessons:
► Chord Types & Their Symbols in Sheet Music
► The Difference Between Major & Minor
► About Diminished Chords & “Dissonance”
► Root Notes & Chord Inversion
► What Are Arpeggiated Chords?
► Piano ‘Triad Chord’ Practice Scales