Piano – Rhythm and Groove Charts
Learn how to play a Basic Blues Piano Rhythm
This video teaches a basic blues progression alternating between the I and IV chords using C and F. It begins by teaching a very common left-hand blues rhythm pattern and then adds the right-hand rhythm, beginning with Dominant 7th chords and then alternating between the Major 7th and Minor 7th of each chord.
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Play the chords in the first inversions in your right hand. Play the root of each chord in your left hand.
Play the chords in all inversions in your right hand. Experiment with left hand bass lines using the notes of each chord.
Experiment by improvising using different scales in the right hand. The C blues scale is always a great scale to work with.
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