Break free with 5 rhythm exercises for blues piano improv.

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LESSON SUMMARY

In this lesson, you’ll learn:

– The C Blues Scale
– The 12-Bar Blues in the key of C
– The left hand blues chords
– 5 Blues Rhythm Templates

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Happy practicing!
Jonny May

20 thoughts on “Break free with 5 rhythm exercises for blues piano improv.

  1. Great lesson Jonny!!
    I always enjoy these tips for beginners like me 🙂
    I’m going to use these timestamp markers to help me when I come back to this in my practice:
    – The C Blues Scale (00:57)
    – The 12-Bar Blues in the key of C (1:54)
    – The left hand blues chords (2:45)
    – 5 Blues Rhythm Templates (3:32)
    – – > no. 1 Rhythm (4:14)
    – – > no. 2 Rhythm (6:29)
    – – > no. 3 Rhythm (8:23)
    – – > no. 4 Rhythm (10:15)
    – – > no. 5 Rhythm (11:48)

  2. Hi there can I ask a question?
    Can Relative Pitch helps sight reading more faster aside from picking notes instantly with reference tone?

  3. Please consider adjusting or changing the color of notes you hit. Blue on black is difficult to see and I’m probably not the only person with comprised vision. Whatever you do though please keep it up! You work is invaluable.

  4. 00:49 Step 1: C blues scale
    01:39 Step 2: 12-bar blues form
    03:34 5 rhythm templates
    04:15 Rhythm 1
    06:29 Rhythm 2
    08:22 Rhythm 3
    09:58 Rhythm 4
    10:14 Rhythm 4
    11:49 Rhythm 5
    12:39 Play with backing track
    13:18 Conclusion

  5. Should you use sustain pedal while playing these? Or should you completely avoid sustain?

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