How to play an F sharp minor chord on the piano.
To play an F# minor chord, you’ll need an F sharp, A, and C sharp, or F#, A, C#.
On a chord chart, the F sharp minor chord will be labeled like: F#min, and even sometimes just a lowercase F: f#, although this isn’t as common in chord charts.
To play these chords like a pianist, your left hand pinky will play the F#, the middle finger will play the A, and the thumb will play the C#.
Your right hand thumb will play the F#, the middle finger will play the A, and the pinky will play the C#.
The F# is the lowest note, or the note on the left of the group-of-three black notes. The C# is the lowest note (the one on the left) of the group-of-two black notes.
The A can be hard to locate quickly. Find the group-of-three black notes. There are two white notes in between the black keys. The A is the white is the one on the right, between the two top black keys in the group of three.