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Postby trashcan_afterthought » Sun Jun 08, 2003 8:10 pm

can someone please tell me how to play nora on piano? its a beautiful song and even a basic chord progression would be helpful. i know some songs off both albums on guitar and piano

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Postby John » Sun Jun 08, 2003 9:09 pm

Ok, it's only two chords really. It starts with a D chord, and the third in a D chord on the piano is an F#, so I play the D chord twice and then I move the F# to and E and play that chord twice.

I wish I knew more music theory. Let me start over.

So, the first chord is D F# A which gets modified to D E A
then the second chord is an F chord, which is inverted once so that the C is on the bottom of the chord instead of the top, meaning the chord is C F A, then that gets modified the same way the first chord did, with the F dropping to E so that it becomes C E A. Each one of these four different chords gets hit twice. Bong-bong, Bong-bong, Bong-bong, Bong-bong.

Repeat.

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Postby Damien_82 » Mon Jun 09, 2003 6:23 am

D, D (add 9), F/C, Amin/C

bong

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Postby carlitos » Wed Jun 25, 2003 4:40 am

Is that the Rhoads on the funky little drum/keyboard breakdown at the end?


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