Row, Row, Row Your Boat

Learn how to play and sing along with this popular nursery rhyme, lyrics provided. Access and download Free sheet music for Row Row Row Your Boat.

This song is written in 4/4 time – each measure gets four (4) beats, and each beat receives a quarter note.

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Notes for the left hand chord:

| C C | C | C | C |
| C | C | G | C |


Notes for the right hand melody:


| C C | C D E | E D E F | G |
| CC C GG G | EE E CC C | G F E D | C |


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Fun Songs for Children

Here are nursery rhyme videos for your children to sing-along. Add these songs to your playlist today! If you are interested in learning how to play these songs on the piano, just click on the links below.

Learn how to play this song – This Old Man
(free sheet music provided)

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Rockabye Baby

Learn how to play and sing along with this nursery rhyme video, Rockabye Baby.
Click to download the Free sheet music for this song.

This song is played in 3/4 time, which means there are three (3) beats in a measure, and each beat get a quarter note.

You will be playing three major chords with the left hand:

      C chord, the notes are C-E-G [Review: Major Chord]
      G chord, the notes are G-B-D
      F chord, the notes are F-A-C

Chords for the left hand are:

      | C | C | C | G |
      | G | C | F | C |
      | C | C | C | G |
      | C | C | G | C |

Notes on the right hand are:

      | E G E | D C | E G C | B |
      | F G F | E D | D C A | G |
      | E G E | D C | E G C | B A |
      | G C F | E C | D A B | C |

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Seventh Chords

Learn how to play three of the seventh chords, and how to construct them.
You can access these piano lessons for Free under the Intermediate Chord section.




Dominant Seventh Chord
The symbol of dominant 7th is –
the number “7” is written as a superscript after the chord root.
For example C Dominant 7th chord will be written as C7

Root + 4HS + 3HS + 3HS
Root + Major third + Perfect fifths + minor seventh
In the key of C, the notes of C7 are:
C + E + G + Bb


Major Seventh Chord
The symbol of Major 7th is –
written as maj7 or M7 after the chord root.
For example C Major 7th chord will be written as Cmaj7, or CM7
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How to Play Major 7th Chord

Learn how to construct and play Major 7th Chord.

The formula for Major 7th chord is:
Root + 4HS + 3HS + 4HS

In the key of C:
C + E + G + B


Minor 7th Chords

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Music Theory – Intervals

In western music, the smallest interval is the half step (semitone or half tone). A visual representation of a half step is any two keys on the piano keyboard that have no key in between them.


A half step is the distance between a black key and a white key that are next to each other on the piano keyboard, for example: (See the above diagram for the examples of half steps)

The distance between C to Db (or C#) is a half step
The distance between F to Gb (or F#) is a half step

Another example ofthe half steps is the interval between the two white keys, for example:

The distance between B and C
The distance between E and F

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Free Sheet Music – Bach

Click below on any songs to access freepublic domain sheet music for classical pieces by Johann Sebastian Bach:

Aus meines Herzens Grunde
Fugue in C major






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Piano Basics

Learn piano basics: Piano 101 – Piano layout. Here you will learn the names of the white keys (seven keys in total), and the names of the black keys (five keys in total). Each of the black keys has two names.

After you have watched the video Lessons 2 and 3 below, you can access the fun interactive music tool, Keyboard Trainer, to test your keyboard skills.

Names of seven (7) white keys are:
C, D, E, F, G, A, and B

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