If you're trying to play popular sheet music and learn to play piano, you need to know what all those chord symbols mean.
Cm, Cm7, Cm7-5, Cdim, C+, C9, C11, C13, C7#5, C7 sus4, etc, etc?
Finally, a no-nonsense book that deciphers the mysteries of chord symbols commonly found in popular sheet music and delivers much more to the absolute beginner.
And because you're using PIANO BY NUMBER, you can use the PIANO CHORD DICTIONARY even if you can't read a note of music!
Plus, we give you acceptable subsitutes for ALL complex chords that will allow you to play difficult chords with ease, and not slow down your performance of the song.
All you have to do is put the numbered and lettered stickers on your keyboard, and you're ready to start playing the chords from popular sheet music.
It's a great way to add chords to your popular piano favorites.
See further below for a sample entry from the dictionary. If you have Adobe Reader installed on your computer, you can click here for a more detailed sample page. If you need Adobe reader, click the link and download it free: