Most pieces of music have a regular musical background which supports the melody. This background often repeats the notes of the chords in the chord sequence in regular rhythmic patterns.
The successful modern keyboard player needs to be able to devise left hand accompaniment patterns from chord symbols to provide this background in solo keyboard styles.
This is the third page of the Patreon Chords Accompaniment Patterns mini-series. Make sure you have mastered the material on Pages One and Two first.
Revise your Page Two root-fifth-octave-tenth patterns before carrying on.
Here are the twelve root-fifth-octave-tenth accompaniment patterns in a random order.
Find the right chord on the keyboard by ear and copy them to cement your command of the R, 5, 8, 10 accompaniment pattern chord tones.
Here is a Canon chords diagram to help you find the notes.
The more of this work you do, the easier it will be for you to find chord tone accompaniment patterns for any piece, in any key.