All sheet music, chords and schools for the keyboard

The keyboard of a piano has 88 keys, while (portable) keyboards usually use 76, 61 or 49 keys.

The electronic keyboard has many different sounds. Besides the melodic lines, the chordal playing is of central importance. Similar to the guitar, the keyboard player plays a melody part in treble clef, notated with chords above it.

Some keyboards are equipped with a so-called auto accompaniment (automatic harmonies and bass), which makes it possible to play in a much simpler way compared to the classical piano.

Links to sheet music, songbooks, playbacks and schools for the keyboard: