Learn The 4 Chord Popular Song Chord Progression – Piano Tutorial for Popular Songs

Learn The Popular Song Chord Progression – Piano Tutorial for Popular Songs. This chord progession consists of only fours chords. The tonic, dominant, submediant, and sub dominant chords.
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This is a lesson tutorial from LessonsOnTheWeb designed to help you learn how to play pop songs on the piano. By learning the four chord 1, 5, 6, 4 progression covered in this video, you will be able to play along with a lot of popular music. To fully understand this video, I suggest you check out my piano and music theory lessons to learn about chords and chord progressions. The progression outlined in this lesson tutorial is used in many songs by popular artists including Green Day, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Maroon 5, Taylor Swift and many more! This is meant to be a tutorial for both established musicians and beginners. If you learn the chords covered in this video, you will be able to learn pop songs on piano much faster. This 4 chord progression on piano is known as the pop song chord progression as it is one of the more common chord progressions in pop music. Of course, popular music can have different chord progressions other than this 4 chord pop progression. If there are other popular music tutorials on piano you would like to see, let me know in the comments.

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The four chord pop song progression is one of the most used chord progressions today.

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