It’s the art of re-arranging the notes of a chord in different ways.
 For example
In the key of C, the 1 chord which is C E G is in the root position, it can be inverted in two major ways:
chord inversions fingering


E G C
G C E

To get the first inversion, take the first note and put it behind the last note

C E G becomes E G C – that is how the first inversion is gotten


From E G C, take the first note again and put it behind the last one; then it becomes G C E – that’s the second inversion.

So use this principle to invert every other chords that you know.


Lesson 3: Keys of the Piano
Lesson 5: Intervals
Lesson 6: Chromatic Scale
Lesson 8: Key Signature
Lesson 13: Chord inversions

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