By Andrew D. Gordon
100 final Blues Riffs for Piano/Keyboards, the newbie sequence via musician, educator and international popular writer Andrew D. Gordon is an exhaustive consultant to introduce newbie scholars to some of the words or “riffs” that make up Blues piano enjoying, either from a rhythmic and soloing standpoint.
Due to the continuing luck of his extra complex booklet a hundred final Blues Riffs for Piano/Keyboards Andrew determined to writer the same kind of ebook for newbie students.
This booklet is perfect for the newbie to intermediate tune scholar with many of the examples notated within the more uncomplicated keys. along with studying the way to play Blues riffs the e-book is an invaluable software for sight interpreting workouts with many alternative left and correct hand rhythms.
The 12 bar Blues development and the Blues scale, in Andrew’s opinion, the 2 most vital points of enjoying the Blues is defined intimately in addition to “straight” and “swing” rhythms.
There are 5 sections to the riffs within the publication, part 1 comprises uncomplicated Blues riffs, part 2 includes Rhythm & Blues motivated riffs, part three comprises Boogie Woogie riffs, part four comprises Rock prompted Blues riffs and part five includes Gospel inspired Blues riffs. incorporated with this booklet is an audio CD that includes the entire riffs, recorded two times: first, piano with bass and drums and moment simply bass & drums so that you can play-a-long.
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100 Ultimate Blues Riffs for Piano Beginner Series by Andrew D. Gordon