How To Label A Piano Keyboard With 61 Keys. The white keys are all labeled. Piano keyboard stickers for 88/61/54/49/37 key, bold large letter piano stickers for learning, removable piano keyboard letters, notes label for beginners and kids, colorful 4.6 out of 5 stars 993 \$6.88 \$ 6.

The first note is a. For the group of two black keys, it’s db followed by eb. The remaining 36 are black keys also referred to as flats and sharps.

### The white keys are all labeled.

I will show you how easy it is to label all the keys of your keyboard, no matter how many it has. Most digital pianos have 88 keys while other keyboards can have 49 keys, 61 keys, 76 keys and so on. Practically, it’s probably worth using lightly coloured sticky labels that you can write the name of each note on and then stick either directly on each key, or above it on the casing of the instrument.

### Here’s a fully labelled piano keyboard diagram that you can use to help you label your keyboard.

In this lesson we will take a look at various piano keyboard diagrams. 4.6 out of 5 stars. What you need to do is to recognize that there are two black keys then a gap with no black key, then 3 black keys, a gap with no black key, then 2 black keys, and the pattern keeps repeating over and over.

### Take a look at the unlabeled piano keyboard diagram above.

One way is to pick any white key at random and then identify it, and repeat. On a 61 key keyboard the lowest/furthest left key is usually c1. Piano keyboard stickers for 88/61/54/49/37 key, bold large letter piano stickers for learning, removable piano keyboard letters, notes label for beginners and kids, colorful 4.6 out of 5 stars 993 \$6.88 \$ 6.

### These notes are a, b, c, d, e, f and g.

If you look closely, you will realize that the same note names are being repeated over and over. The first note is a. Play b, then go a half step lower to arrive at b flat (bb).

### Ab is to the immediate left of (or a half step lower than) a.

First, you need to take a look at the piano keyboards without the labels. There are 88 keys on a grand piano. 61 keys versus 88 keys boil down to sound quality, available space, and level of experience.