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Easy Soloing for Blues Keyboard composed by Tricia Woods. For Keyboard; Piano. Keyboard/Piano; Method/Instruction. Blues. Advanced. Book & CD. 48 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.28252).
ISBN 0739048082. Blues.
For blues musicians, there is no better feeling than improvising a great solo. Spontaneously creating music that comes from the heart is very rewarding. But if youâ€™ve never tried it before, soloing can be intimidating. Which notes do I play? How do I come up with new ideas? What if I make a mistake? Easy Soloing for Blues Keyboard helps you overcome these doubts. Youâ€™ll learn easy methods to approach soloing with confidence. Instead of learning a lot of technical music theory, youâ€™ll get practical guidelines you can use in real life. The blues has influenced many types of music, so youâ€™ll be able to apply what you learn to a wide variety of musical situations. This is an excellent book for experienced musicians who are new to improvising, beginning players with a love for the blues, or busy people looking for a quick, low-stress introduction to soloing. A CD demonstrating all the examples featured in the book is included.
- Middle C
- The Grand Staff
- Sharps and Flats
- Half Steps And Whole Steps
- The Major Scale
Ingredients for a 12-Bar Blues
- Simple Blues in C
- Feelin' the Shuffle Blues
- Dominant Chords
Improvising: Telling Your Own Story
- Soloing with Just Two Notes
- Live at the Two-Note
- Two is Enough
- Soloing with Three Notes
- Three's Company
- Combining Two-Note and Three-Note Ideas
- Tag It On
The Minor Pentatonic and Blues Scales
- Flat City Blues
- Going Downstairs
- It's All Downhill
Getting More Mileage Out Of Your Ideas
- Play Clusters from the Scale in Repeating Patterns
- Rhythm, Rhythm, Rhythm
- Add the Root or the 5th Above Your Ideas
- Over the Top Blues
- Use Octaves to Emphasize Ideas
- Use Trills to Create a Dramatic Effect
- Take a Simple Idea and Repeat It Over Different Octaves
- Chicago Style
Playing Off the Chords
- Triad Blues
- Passing Tone Blues
- The Pull-Off
- The On-Again, Off-Again Blues
- Approach Tones
- Approachin', Encroachin' Blues
- Chord-Tone Exercise
Another Way to Make the Changes
- Makin' the Changes Blues
- More About the V Chord
- High Five Blues
- Playing Over Turnarounds and ii-V7 Progressions
- Turnaround Exercises
Putting It All Together For The Hippest Sound
- Together Forever Blues
- The Balloon Approach
- Hot Air Blues
- Repeat, Combine, Extend
- It's All About Me
Conclusion: Enough Already, Time to Jam!
- Key to Listening Exercises
Easy Soloing for Blues Keyboard
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Genre: Blues Sheet Music