Complete Blues Keyboard Method: Mastering Blues Keyboard
The conclusion to this power-packed blues method begins with a review of concepts of improvisation and harmony. Techniques such as tremolos, octaves, grace notes and two-handed chords will be introduced. Various styles such as Chicago blues, New Orleans R&B and jazz blues are covered. This book lays the foundation for a lifetime of exploration and enjoyment playing the blues by including many other topics such as chromaticism, motivic development, melodic expansion, groove and articulation.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
The Basic Forms
The Double Melodic Line and Its Uses
More About Stride
Implications of Keyboard Action in Comping
CHAPTER 7CHICAGODELTA BLUES
CHAPTER 8NEW ORLEANS RB
CHAPTER 9BURNIN LAYIN BACK
3rd and 7th artists bar 9 bass figure beats big band block voicing blues progression blues scale boogie-woogie Chicago blues chord in bar chord progression chord tones chorus chromatic clave rhythm CMaj7 Cmin7 F7 cycle of 5ths dominant 7th chord drawbars E7 Amin7 D7 eight-bar eight-bar blues eighth notes example feel unless marked finger gliss Gospel music guitar Hammond Organ harmonic iimin improvisation Intermediate Blues Keyboard James Booker jazz Jimmy Jimmy Yancey left hand Leslie speaker listener major marked Straight 8ths melody Memphis Slim motif neighboring chord octave Otis Spann patterns pedal phrase pianists piano play Professor Longhair pulse quarter notes Records repeated rhythm section rhythmic values riff right hand root shuffle solo soloist sound stride style swing feel unless Track tremolo triad triplet feel tritone substitute tune turnaround twelve-bar blues unless marked Straight vocal walking bass walking bass line