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How to Play Boogie-Woogie

By Frank Booth

Piano/Keyboard - SMP Level 5 (Intermediate)
Music Sales America. Blues, Boogie Woogie. Softcover. 48 pages. Music Sales #AM33317. Published by Music Sales (HL.14015465).

Item Number: HL.14015465

ISBN 0711903263. Blues, Boogie Woogie. 9x12 inches.

14 solos arranged by Frank Booth with tips on playing. Includes: Bad Penny Blues • Barrel House Boogie • Frankie and Johnny • and more.

About SMP Level 5 (Intermediate)

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Seventh chords and melodies in both hands. More difficult note reading with ledger lines above and below the staff.

  • Alright Okay You Win 
  • Bad Penny Blues 
  • Barrelhouse Boogie 
  • Boogie By Candlelight 
  • Boogie Woogie Blues 
  • Frankie and Johnny 
  • J D's Boogie Woogie 
  • Night Train 
  • Oh When The Saints Go Marching In 
  • Rock-a-beatin' Boogie 
  • Roll 'em Pete 
  • Three Boogie Workouts 
  • Tommy Dorsey's Boogie Woogie 
  • Working In The Coalmine 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

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  • March 04, 2008 Boogie-Woogie is Fun!

    The music is fun to play! It doesn't take very long to get the rhythm and be able to play both hands together.

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  • 5

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  • December 19, 2007 excellent intro to boogie woogie

    I was looking to get into the Yancey/Ammons/Lewis boogie woogie blues piano style and this book is very accessible. It deviates substantially from the originals if you compare to recordings, but if you're just getting into boogie woogie, this will do a great job getting you going...

    . Much of what I've tried in the b/w realm is garbled- this music is straight forward. Very practice-motivating, highly recommended! My background: 10 yrs lessons, passed up chance at training at Eastman (argh-to be 19 again!), play for fun now, I'd say intermediate level.

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