Blues Piano – Track 2
Follow this Learning Track to master the blues style.
Review the essential elements of the blues form, chords, and soloing.
The most comprehensive course on Blues soloing. Learn essential techniques for generating awesome blues lines, including harmonized 8ths & triplets, slides, turns, rolls, runs, smash licks, and more.
Learn 10 essential jazz & blues piano outros and endings for intermediate & advanced players that you can use on just about any lead sheet or fake book song.
Learn 2 essential blues scales for blues piano improv: Major Blues Scale and Minor Blues Scale. Learn an exercise and how to improvise a blues solo.
Discover the most important piano scale for improvising over any musical style - the Major Blues Scale. We’ll cover left hand accompaniments, right hand embellishments, and we'll explore several advanced techniques for improvising with this scale over various styles.
Learn the tools to improvise a blues solo with confidence. These courses cover riffs and a variety of soloing techniques.
The most comprehensive course on Blues licks and riffs! You'll learn 60 of the coolest riffs, including single-note riffs, double-note riffs, punches, tremelos, rolls, glissandos, ostinatos, & runs.
Learn 10 Awesome Funky Blues Riffs And Licks For Piano Using Syncopation, Turns, Runs, and Harmonized Notes. Easy And Advanced Patterns For Both Hands!
Learn how to improvise blues piano in the key of G, including 8ths, triplets, harmonized lines, slides, turns, licks, riffs, runs, and smash licks.
Dive into blues soloing with this comprehensive course. Learn 4 left hand accompaniments, slides, turns, rolls, upper/lower positions, Pentatonic lines, big crunchy chords, and more.
Apply what you've learned so far with some classic blues tunes in a medium tempo.
Take the St Louis Blues Challenge, where we'll develop the lead sheet into a blues shuffle arrangement. Learn techniques like shuffle grooves, melodic embellishments, slides, & chord pops.
A comprehensive course on the 4-On-The-Floor blues, where you'll 6 essential left hand techniques. With 2 Easy, 2 Medium, and 2 Advanced grooves, you'll have a variety of accompaniment options.
Learn how to play a real blues shuffle for advanced piano, using the blues shuffle left-hand style with bass anticipations, blues rhythms, and chord rolls!
Learn the characteristic left hand jumps that create a burlesque and broadway kickline sound.
Master Vaudeville era-style piano with this Burlesque Blues version of Cruella De Vil. From the lead sheet, apply Burlesque Blues left hand, right hand harmonies, fills, slides, & soloing techniques.
Learn the tools behind the Bluesy Broadway Kickline Style with this exciting arrangement. Discover how to combine techniques such as sliding, tremolos, blues rolls, and punched notes.
Master Vaudeville-style piano with the Burlesque Blues. Learn essential techniques like 5-Note Blocked Chords, the Burlesque Blues left hand, Fills, bass walkups, & improvisation techniques.
Broadway Kickline Style
Discover the stylization of slow blues to create a sultry New Orleans sound.
Create the classic slow blues sound with this original tune. "Bernie's Blues" covers all the essentials to groove in this style with fills, slid notes, and reharmonization.
Revamp the traditional Amazing Grace piano hymn into the Slow Gospel Blues style. We'll take the basic lead sheet and add a left hand gospel groove, right hand embellishments, a stock gospel intro and outro, and discuss how to improvise a solo.
A total of 8 must-know left hand patterns to take your slow blues playing to the next level. With the shuffle, stride, bass walk-ups & broken 10ths, you'll have all the tools you need to jam with the pros.
Apply reharmonization and extended harmonies to get a more jazzy sound in your blues playing.
Discover how to comp with walking bass lines, shells chords, and crunchy rootless voicings. After this course, you'll be able to confidently accompany other musicians on tunes like Route 66!
Learn 12 must-know blues bass lines techniques to rock out on any blues tune. We dive into walking bass, jazzy-blues, 4-on-the-floor, stride blues, jump blues & more.
Learn how to craft a slow jazzy blues piano arrangement of George Gershwin's classic tune "Summertime." Using the lead sheet, we'll stylize the left hand chords, embellish the right hand melody, compose an intro/outro, and complete the arrangement with an advanced solo!
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Take your blues playing to the next level with this guided Learning Track. Each course, lesson, and sheet is designed to expand your knowledge of blues soloing, stylization, and accompanying.