Blues Practice Volume 2 Minor : Practice the Blues in Minor Keys
If you wish to be proficient at "The Minor Blues," this chord progression is a must know! This book and associated practice media will help you learn and enhance your improvisation skills with "The Minor Blues." There are many variations of this progression, but Minor blues almost always means starting the song and ending the song on a minor 7th chord, which has a minor base triad. We are going to study this progression as you might encounter it in songs: --: i7 - i7 - i7 - i7 - iv7 - iv7 - i7 - i7 - v7 - iv7 - i7 - v7: -- This is a practice tool for musicians who wish to improve their improvisation skills with The Blues. It is designed as a media "set," and you will enjoy maximum benefit if you use both elements of the set: 1. Instructional book (this item) 2. Corresponding practice tracks, available from your favorite online music store. In this volume (Vol. 02) the focus is on: Blues in Minor keys (as opposed to Major keys), Medium Shuffle Beat (as opposed to a straight or swing beat). The Blues usually implies a standard 12-bar, 3-chord blues progression consisting of minor 7th chords. This is also called "Minor Blues" (as opposed to Major Blues) because the key signatures reflect Minor keys, and also because the basic triad of the tonic chord is minor.
- Paperback | 48 pages
- 215.9 x 279.4 x 2.79mm | 176.9g
- 22 Jan 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations