You won’t play blues piano in the key of C forever. Learn a bit of music theory jargon such as major thirds and tritones, and play the blues piano in any key!
With just your thumb, index finger, and middle finger, learn how to play ripping blues licks on the piano! This lesson covers playing the pentatonic scale.
What sets apart good music from great music is improvisation. In this first lesson of three, learn how to improv to Van Morrison’s “Moondance” on piano.
In part two of a three-part series on piano improvisation, use Van Morrison’s “Moondance” as a framework for playing solos in the minor blues scale.
This lesson on piano improvisation shows how to combine Van Morrison’s “Moondance” and the Dorian mode “A” scale to create licks and melodies.
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