Complete Blues Keyboard Method: Mastering Blues Keyboard

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Alfred Music Publishing, Feb 1, 1999 - Music - 96 pages
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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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Contents

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
3
Swing Feel
9
The Basic Forms
15
The Double Melodic Line and Its Uses
21
Block Voicing
27
Independence
34
More About Stride
43
Implications of Keyboard Action in Comping
50
CHAPTER 7CHICAGODELTA BLUES
56
CHAPTER 8NEW ORLEANS RB
64
CHAPTER 9BURNIN LAYIN BACK
72
CHAPTER 10BOOGIEWOOGIE
78
IGOSPEL
84
Playing Changes
90
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