In this first music lesson of ten, discover the sultry C minor blues scale for piano. Learn what notes to play with when creating original piano melodies.
A steady left hand groove combined with powerful right hand licks create a rhythmic blues piano sound. Learn the chords for playing the blues piano left hand.
In lesson three of ten, blues piano instructor Kent Smith demonstrates five well-known hand devices for playing ripping blues licks to play in any key.
The 12-bar blues chord progression is a central staple to playing the blues. Learn how to play it on piano in this fourth lesson of a blues piano crash course.
It’s time to coordinate! In this fifth lesson of a blues piano crash course, practice exercises to improve your two-handed coordination for playing the blues.
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