How to play C7 on piano

The C Seventh piano chord is often abbreviated to just “C7”, and is a four-note chord made up C, E, G and Bb. It is a frequently-used chord in pop, rock and jazz, and will often resolve to (or be followed by) a chord of F Major.

How to play a chord of C7 on piano
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A chord of C7 on piano is built by playing the notes C E G Bb

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