Learn Simple BLUES PIANO Improvisation

Jazz Piano
We learn how to improvise over the 12 bar blues in C major using a single hand grip. A simple and easy approach to blues piano solo playing.

We improvise blues over the “7-chords”: C7, F7 and G7.

00:00 Intro
01:26 The hand grip
13:06 Theory
16:42 Expanding the hand grip
21:39 Many huge thanks 🙂

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In this lesson I refer to another video about the Mixolydian scale:

The walking bass on sheet music:
http://newjazz.dk/xtra/Walkin_Bass_12_bar_blues.pdf

Lesson explaining the walking bass techniques when playing the 2-5-1 chord progression:

Another lesson about blues improvisation. In this case a modal blues in minor: https://youtu.be/NZXNJbAzRiw

Enjoy 🙂
Best and warm regards
Oliver Prehn

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