You are getting a lot right there. White keys are keys designed to be tuned higher and more tightly.
The best way to learn chord names is to read or listen to music. That way, you can determine if a chord is written exactly the same. And if it’s not, you can figure out whether this is the same chord as the one you are hearing.
Learn how to read music by reading a page of chord charts. It’s very simple, and it’s effective.
The problem with white keys on a piano is that there is not an audible tone when white keys are tuned the same way as the other keys. For example, a white key tuned to the key of D is different from a white key tuned to the key of C, and different from a white key tuned to G.
These are examples of white keys on a piano.
A white key tuned to B is different from a white key tuned to C, and different from a white key tuned to D.
This is called white keys on a piano.
We have seen that white keys on a piano sound the same, when the tuning is exactly the same like D. And when white keys are not the same, they sound different. So in other words, different white keys, when tuned the same way, have different tones.
There are various chord names for white keys on a piano. If you don’t believe me, try playing your piano music. (That’s also good practice!)
When you turn white keys on a piano, the notes get slightly brighter so that they don’t sound the same. If we listen to music, we know that when a white key is tuned to key C, it will sound more like the key of C. This leads us to the next step.
Pianist, play a song with the same name as your white keys. For example, when tuning the white keys to D to play the Falta in C major, play the Falta di C major (the black Falta) on your piano.
The white keys from D to E are the same as the white keys from G to B. So this is how you use white keys on a piano on songs that are written for the piano. As you play the songs, you get the familiar notes from G to B for a Db major Falta. You will also hear many chords that are named in the same way as Falta di B