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  • Piano Blues 1 - A two hour long compilation

    2:8:46

    You'll find more Piano Blues on my Spotify:
    Tracklist:
    0:00:00 - Jay McShann - Cherry Red (Feat. Tjomas Puggård Müller)
    0:03:22 - Jesse Yawn - I Got The Blues
    0:07:10 - Katie Webster - I'm Still Leaving You
    0:10:46 - Eric Bibb - Don't Ever Let Nobody Drag Your Spirit Down (Feat. Maria Mildaur & Rory Block)
    0:14:08 - Roomful Of Blues - Boogie Woogie Country Girl
    0:17:26 - Philip Walker - Happy Man Blues (Feat. Rusty Zinn & Al Blake)
    0:20:26 - Kenny Blues Boss Wayne - Tangueray
    0:25:22 - Saffire - The Uppity Blues Women - Tom Cat Blues
    0:28:10 - Luca Sestak - E-Flat Blues
    0:31:39 - Mojo Blues Band - Wee Baby Blues
    0:34:51 - Marcia Ball - Louella
    0:39:15 - Eric Clapton - They're Red Hot
    0:42:37 - Robben Ford & The Blue Line - When I Leave Here
    0:47:28 - Lacy Gibson - Wish Me Well
    0:50:21 - Billy Boy Arnold - Worried Life Blues
    0:53:46 - Thorbjørn Risager - Play On
    0:56:53 - Son Seals - Sadie
    1:03:00 - Carey Bell - Everything's Gonna Be All Right
    1:07:35 - Ann Rabson - Music Makin' Mama
    1:10:47 - Floyd Dixon - You Know That'll Get It
    1:13:20 - Corey Harris - There's No Substitute For Love (Feat. Henry Butler)
    1:17:30 - Saffire - The Uppity Blues Women - Dr. Blues
    1:21:40 - Lovie Lee - Sweet Little Girl
    1:24:52 - Mr. B - Little Brother (Feat. J.C. Heard)
    1:29:12 - Corey Harris - Let 'Em Roll (Feat. Henry Butler)
    1:33:26 - The Rides (Stephen Stills, Kenny Wayne Shepherd & Barry Goldberg) - Talk To Me Baby
    1:37:10 - Johnny Big Moose Walker - Worry, Worry
    1:41:24 - Katie Webster - Black Satin
    1:45:12 - Corey Harris - What Man Have Done (Feat. Henry Butler)
    1:49:10 - Eric Clapton - 32-20 Blues
    1:52:07 - Ann Robson - Givin' It All Away
    1:56:06 - Mojo Blues Band - The Mayor's Players
    2:00:16 - Lovie Lee - I Dare You
    2:03:01 - The Jumptarts - Sunny Day Blues (Feat. Little Bobby)

    ** If you're the copyright owner of a song used in this compilation, and you don't want the song posted in this video - please contact me and I will remove the song within 24 hours.

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  • Blues Piano: Elvis Blues - FULL ALBUM

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    Blues piano: 'Elvis Blues - Full Album'. Enjoy 1 hour of blues piano music. These original tunes are composed and recorded by David Lewis Luong, Australia. Please download these songs at Reverbnation link of:

    For every song you buy from David's music site ( he will donate 50% of the net proceeds to the 'World Vision' charity program to help build a better world for children. Featured in this blues piano collection are:

    Track 1: Rock little baby New Orleans (starts at 00:00)
    Track 2: Travelin' blues once more (starts at 3:02)
    Track 3: The snow is falling in Chicago (starts at 7:03)
    Track 4: My heavy heart blues (starts at 10:40)
    Track 5: Elvis blues (starts at 13:55)
    Track 6: Mama's insane blues (starts at 22:46)
    Track 7: Boogie boogie sunrise (starts at 31:26)

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  • Learn to Play Blues Piano - DVD 1

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    Here's a sample lesson from Learn to Play Blues Piano - A Beginner's Guide to Improvisation - DVD One - Taught By David Bennett Cohen. Catalog number DVD-COH-KB21. Available at

  • Blues Piano in Quarantine, easy blues piano 1

    10:31

    Keeping my students entertained with easy blues piano lessons
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  • Funky Blues Piano Lesson #1 - by Jonny May

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    This is a funky minor blues piano groove that I came up with in the key of G. It's in the style of Stevie Wonder or any funk piano player. Once you get the slide notes and syncopated hand coordination down, it's very fun to play!

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  • New Orleans Blues Piano #1

    4:35

    I use Sweet Home Chicago to give a quick blues lesson on a boogie shuffle accompaniment I like to play. It is in the style of Dr. John and will give a great New Orleans feel to your blues.

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  • Learn blues piano: the basics, part 1

    9:05



    This is one of my old tutorials about blues piano. I've made updated versions that you'll find more useful. The playlist is at:

  • Medium C Major Blues for Piano - Blues Piano Tutorial

    2:26

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  • Leçon Piano Blues n°1 - La gamme Blues de Do

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    Leçon Piano Blues n°1 - La gamme Blues de Do .Préparation pour jouer le Blues au piano. Gamme et doigtées pour la main droite first lesson piano blues how play the blues

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  • Blues Piano Background Music - 1. The Fives

    3:52

    Due to the exceptional circumstances right now with the world on lockdown, I'm releasing my new album of instrumental blues piano background music for everyone to enjoy for free here on YouTube. I'm organizing all the tracks into a Playlist so you can just start the first one and listen to the entire album.

    I may not be able to physically play in your living room right now, but hopefully this will come close! This album was designed to be blues piano background music, so please enjoy while you make dinner, clean the house, or play games with your kids! It's all solo piano, no singing or other instruments.

    It's dirty and unpolished, just like an old barrelhouse. The album is called Arthur in Your Living Room.
    Hope you like it!

    Track listing:
    1. The Fives (George and Hersal Thomas)
    2. 44 Blues (Traditional, but in the style of Little Brother Montgomery)
    3. Yancey (my tribute to Jimmy Yancey)
    4. My Kinda Gal (Arthur Migliazza)
    5. St. Louis Blues (W.C. Handy's original arrangement from 1914)
    6. Alone Again (Arthur Migliazza)
    7. The Russian Rag (George L. Cobb, with the beginning from Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C# minor)
    8. St. James Infirmary (Traditional)
    9. Beale Street Shuffle (Arthur Migliazza)
    10. Down in the Basin (Arthur Migliazza)
    11. Cleanhead's Flat Tire Blues (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to Eddie Cleanhead Vinson)
    12. French Quarter (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to my New Orleans heroes)
    13. Pinetop's Boogie Woogie (Clarence Pinetop Smith)
    14. Suitcase Blues (Hersal Thomas)
    15. Gutherie Blues (Arthur Migliazza)
    16. Boogie On (Arthur Migliazza)

  • Tasty Blues Piano Licks #1

    5:22

    If you want to learn how to use blues piano licks over different types of chords then watch this tutorial. One of the cool things about certain blues piano licks is that they can be used over lots of different styles and chord progressions.

    For example, you could use the lick I teach you in the video over blues chord progressions, rock tunes, jazz tunes, gospel tunes, country songs, etc. etc. A lick like this one is very versatile.

    It combines a mix of blues scale ideas, double stop patterns, major pentatonic, cool syncopation rhythms, and accent patterns.

    Notice how I use it over a traditional 12 bar blues chord progression and also a jazz chord progression.

    For lots of extra tips and the complete lesson from this tutorial make sure you visit the url above.

    I've created this video to celebrate the release of our brand new DVD on March 7th, 2016. The Breakthrough Blues Piano Method.

  • Improvising Blues Piano - Tim Richards, 1. Walking Basslines

    6:25

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    The forerunner to the awarded-winning Exploring Jazz Piano books, Improvising Blues Piano examines the harmonic, rhythmic and melodic aspects of the blues, assuming a basic competence of around grade 3. All styles are covered from the 1920s to the present, from the early boogie pioneers via swing, gospel, jump-jive, New Orleans, Chicago and Kansas City schools, to the more sophisticated jazz and funky blues of the current scene.

    Over 60 pieces, including many original compositions by the author, together with new arrangements of well-known standarts such as 'Ain't No Sunshine', 'Blueberry Hill', 'Blue Monk', 'Got My Mojo workin', 'Honky Tonk Train Blues', 'How Long Blues', 'Just a Closer Walk with Thee', 'Pine Top's Boogie Woogie', 'St Louis Blues' etc.

    • Authentic left-hand patterns and bass lines
    • Professional chord voicings, blues scales, licks and riffs
    • Co-ordination exercises for both hands
    • Suggested listening

    Each chapter is graded within itself, providing some challenging pieces towards the end. Improvising is encouraged at all stages, with assignments giving ideas and guidance. The accompanying CD contains all the pieces, including some play-along tracks, performed by Tim Richards.

  • ♪ Got Those Blues! ♪ Piano | Alfreds 1

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    From Alfred's Basic Adult Piano Course: Lesson Book, Level One. Page 67.
    By Willard A. Palmer, Morton Manus and Amanda Vick Lethco.
    Copyright © MCMLXXXIII, MCMXCVI by Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.
    ISBN: 0-88284-616-7


    The book says the eight notes may be played a bit unevenly: long, short, long, short, etc.

    Piano: Yamaha P-105.
    Sound: Grand Piano 1.

    Audio recorded with Behringer U-CONTROL UCA222.
    Video: Panasonic HC-V100.
    Software: Adobe Audition + Adobe Premiere Pro.

  • Best Relaxing Jazz Piano - Jazz Piano Hits & Soft Ballads

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    Best Relaxing Jazz Piano – Jazz Piano Hits & Soft Ballads

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    Best Relaxing Jazz Piano, Instrumental Jazz Music Playlist with soft ballads & romantic hits, relaxing music for work & study


    Tracklist :
    00:00 - Bud Powell - I Can't Get Started
    05:37 - Junior Mance - Ruby My Dear
    11:38 - Art Tatum - Over the Rainbow
    15:04 - Hank Jones - There Is a Small Hotel
    23:19 - Oscar Peterson - Oh Lady Be Good
    27:07 - Martial Solal - Love Me or Leave Me
    29:54 - Lennie Tristano - Yesterdays
    32:41 - John Lewis - Venice
    37:06 - Mary Lou Williams - Don't Blame Me
    40:50 - Ahmad Jamal - It's Easy to Remember
    43:46 - Ray Bryant - Django
    48:48 - Kenny Drew - Bewitched Bothered and Bewildered
    52:56 - Thelonious Monk - Black and Tan Fantasy
    56:20 - George Shearing - East of the Sun
    59:25 - Phineas Newborn Jr - Lush Life
    01:06:06 - Tommy Flanagan - Delarna




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  • PIANO IMPROVISATION Pt. 1 Blues by Thomas Krüger at Amsterdam Train Station - THOMAS KRÜGER

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    On my trip to the Netherlands I played this little funky blues improvisation on a public piano at Amsterdam train station.

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  • Slow piano Blues in G - Blues Piano Tutorial

    1:47

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  • Exploring Jazz Piano Vol 1 – Tim Richards, 1. Pentatonic scales & two-chord vamps

    7:33

    Tim Richards playlist:

    Awarded the prestigious Music Industries Association Award in 2006 for Best Pop Publication, Tim Richards' Exploring Jazz Piano will help players develop their technical skills, progressing from intermediate level to advanced. This unique approach, by the author of our best-selling blues book, Improvising Blues Piano, presents a wealth of pieces to play as well as giving practical analysis of harmony and tips on improvising.

    These volumes contain all you need to achieve professional level jazz skills, all explained from first principles. Each book has a CD with all the pieces, including some play-along tracks giving you the opportunity to play with a professional band.

    In this clip, Tim Richards teaches the basics of pentatonic scales and two-chord vamps, using examples from his book Exploring Jazz Piano Vol 1.

  • How to Play a Blues Solo on Piano - Keyboard Tutorial

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    Solo Blues Keyboard Lesson: Peter Kadar, professional keyboardist and instructor at Metalworks Institute, teaches you how to play a blues solo in this keyboard tutorial.

    In this lesson, Peter teaches you to play a blues solo from the ground up. Playing a simple blues groove with the left hand, Peter starts off by playing a one-note solo through the whole blues progression to focus on timing and groove. Next, he slowly builds up one note at a time, until he uses the full blues scale. This tutorial is played in the C Blues Scale.

    This is a great tutorial for beginners, intermediate, and advanced players. Send us your video responses of you playing a blues solo using this technique!

    Thanks for watching Metalworks Institute Keyboard Tips.

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  • Piano Blues Licks in C- Old School

    22:12

    Easy and helpful blues piano lesson for an old school lick in C dating back to Yancey.
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  • How To Play Piano Blues in ONE DAY!

    11:36

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  • How To Play Blues Piano

    9:38

    HOW TO PLAY BLUES PIANO (EASY BLUES PIANO RIFFS) // Learning to play blues piano? In this blues piano riffs tutorial Tom Donald will show you easy blues piano licks and tricks when learning how to play 12 bar blues on piano.

    To help you develop your blues riff piano, Tom will uncover powerful blues piano how to:
    - Mastering 12 bar blues piano in G with an effective boogie left hand bass
    - Mixolydian scale, why you should flatten the 7th, and how to improvise on piano blues scale
    - How to play blues on piano using simple but effective 2 and 3 note riffs
    - Why your hand coordination is sometimes more important than your improvisation.

    Have fun with these top tips on learning blues piano and for more tutorials visit London Contemporary School of Piano on

    To make your piano fingers strong and independent and your playing precise and even, make sure to watch this tutorial by Siwan Rhys from LCSP:

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  • Piano Tutorial Part 1 : Blues in G

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    Piano Tutorial part 1 : Blues (G)
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  • Blues Piano Background Music - 6. Alone Again

    5:52

    Due to the exceptional circumstances right now with the world on lockdown, I'm releasing my new album of instrumental blues piano background music for everyone to enjoy for free here on YouTube. I'm organizing them all into a Playlist so you can just start the first one and listen to the entire album. Full Playlist:

    I may not be able to physically play in your living room right now, but hopefully this will come close! This album was designed to be blues piano background music, so please enjoy while you make dinner, clean the house, or play games with your kids! It's all solo piano, no singing or other instruments.

    Hope you like it!

    Track listing:
    1. The Fives (George and Hersal Thomas)
    2. 44 Blues (Traditional, but in the style of Little Brother Montgomery)
    3. Yancey (my tribute to Jimmy Yancey)
    4. My Kinda Gal (Arthur Migliazza)
    5. St. Louis Blues (W.C. Handy's original arrangement from 1914)
    6. Alone Again (Arthur Migliazza)
    7. The Russian Rag (George L. Cobb, with the beginning from Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C# minor)
    8. St. James Infirmary (Traditional)
    9. Beale Street Shuffle (Arthur Migliazza)
    10. Down in the Basin (Arthur Migliazza)
    11. Cleanhead's Flat Tire Blues (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to Eddie Cleanhead Vinson)
    12. French Quarter (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to my New Orleans heroes)
    13. Pinetop's Boogie Woogie (Clarence Pinetop Smith)
    14. Suitcase Blues (Hersal Thomas)
    15. Gutherie Blues (Arthur Migliazza)
    16. Boogie On (Arthur Migliazza)

  • Blues Piano Background Music - 3. Yancey

    3:36

    Due to the exceptional circumstances right now with the world on lockdown, I'm releasing my new album of instrumental blues piano background music for everyone to enjoy for free here on YouTube. I'm organizing them all into a Playlist so you can just start the first one and listen to the entire album. Full Playlist:

    I may not be able to physically play in your living room right now, but hopefully this will come close! This album was designed to be blues piano background music, so please enjoy while you make dinner, clean the house, or play games with your kids! It's all solo piano, no singing or other instruments.

    Hope you like it!

    Track listing:
    1. The Fives (George and Hersal Thomas)
    2. 44 Blues (Traditional, but in the style of Little Brother Montgomery)
    3. Yancey (my tribute to Jimmy Yancey)
    4. My Kinda Gal (Arthur Migliazza)
    5. St. Louis Blues (W.C. Handy's original arrangement from 1914)
    6. Alone Again (Arthur Migliazza)
    7. The Russian Rag (George L. Cobb, with the beginning from Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C# minor)
    8. St. James Infirmary (Traditional)
    9. Beale Street Shuffle (Arthur Migliazza)
    10. Down in the Basin (Arthur Migliazza)
    11. Cleanhead's Flat Tire Blues (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to Eddie Cleanhead Vinson)
    12. French Quarter (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to my New Orleans heroes)
    13. Pinetop's Boogie Woogie (Clarence Pinetop Smith)
    14. Suitcase Blues (Hersal Thomas)
    15. Gutherie Blues (Arthur Migliazza)
    16. Boogie On (Arthur Migliazza)

  • Slow and Soulful Blues Piano Improvisation - played by Jonny May

    2:18

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    This is a slow and soulful blues improvisation I did in the key of C. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed playing it!

    Thanks for watching!

  • Piano Blues Scale Lesson - How to Play the Blues on Piano

    8:32

    To read and watch the full piano lesson go to:

    In this piano lesson I'll show you three versions of the blues scale and how to use them to improvise with the blues.

    Other piano lessons are available at

    This piano lesson was made by : David Yzhaki

    I hope you'll enjoy it...
    See ya in the next one!

  • Blues Piano Background Music - 15. Guthrie Blues

    3:49

    Due to the exceptional circumstances right now with the world on lockdown, I'm releasing my new album of instrumental blues piano background music for everyone to enjoy for free here on YouTube. I'm organizing them all into a Playlist so you can just start the first one and listen to the entire album. Full Playlist:

    I may not be able to physically play in your living room right now, but hopefully this will come close! This album was designed to be blues piano background music, so please enjoy while you make dinner, clean the house, or play games with your kids! It's all solo piano, no singing or other instruments.

    Hope you like it!

    Track listing:
    1. The Fives (George and Hersal Thomas)
    2. 44 Blues (Traditional, but in the style of Little Brother Montgomery)
    3. Yancey (my tribute to Jimmy Yancey)
    4. My Kinda Gal (Arthur Migliazza)
    5. St. Louis Blues (W.C. Handy's original arrangement from 1914)
    6. Alone Again (Arthur Migliazza)
    7. The Russian Rag (George L. Cobb, with the beginning from Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C# minor)
    8. St. James Infirmary (Traditional)
    9. Beale Street Shuffle (Arthur Migliazza)
    10. Down in the Basin (Arthur Migliazza)
    11. Cleanhead's Flat Tire Blues (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to Eddie Cleanhead Vinson)
    12. French Quarter (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to my New Orleans heroes)
    13. Pinetop's Boogie Woogie (Clarence Pinetop Smith)
    14. Suitcase Blues (Hersal Thomas)
    15. Gutherie Blues (Arthur Migliazza)
    16. Boogie On (Arthur Migliazza)

  • Blues for Wynton Marsalis Alfreds Adult Level 1

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    TEACHER DEMO. This jazzy song is on Page 109 of the Alfred's Adult All-In-One Course Level 1. It was composed by Bert Konowitz and is also in the Alfred's Jazz/Rock Adult Course. Wynton Marsalis is a famous jazz trumpet player who grew up in New Orleans, a city well-known for it's jazz music. I like to use a long/short rhythm on the eighth notes.

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    Performed on a Bosendorfer 7'4 Concert Grand Piano (225SP) by Norma Meis

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  • DIDACTICS - Piano Blues _ Lesson 1.

    1:31

    Practica sobre C7 F7 y G7.
    MI: Stride básico -4 beats- (marcando la fundamental de cada acorde).
    MD: Blue note sobre la 3a de cada acorde.
    Tritono (#4) sobre la 5a de cada acorde.
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    Practice over C7, F7 and G7 chords.
    LH: Basic Stride -4 beats- (root in each chord).
    RH: Blue note over third of each chord.
    #4 over fifht of each chord.

  • SLOW PIANO BLUES FOR BEGINNERS

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  • Blues Piano Background Music - 2. 44 Blues

    2:47

    Due to the exceptional circumstances right now with the world on lockdown, I'm releasing my new album of instrumental blues piano background music for everyone to enjoy for free here on YouTube. I'm organizing them all into a Playlist so you can just start the first one and listen to the entire album.

    I may not be able to physically play in your living room right now, but hopefully this will come close! This album was designed to be blues piano background music, so please enjoy while you make dinner, clean the house, or play games with your kids! It's all solo piano, no singing or other instruments.

    Hope you like it!

    Track listing:
    1. The Fives (George and Hersal Thomas)
    2. 44 Blues (Traditional, but in the style of Little Brother Montgomery)
    3. Yancey (my tribute to Jimmy Yancey)
    4. My Kinda Gal (Arthur Migliazza)
    5. St. Louis Blues (W.C. Handy's original arrangement from 1914)
    6. Alone Again (Arthur Migliazza)
    7. The Russian Rag (George L. Cobb, with the beginning from Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C# minor)
    8. St. James Infirmary (Traditional)
    9. Beale Street Shuffle (Arthur Migliazza)
    10. Down in the Basin (Arthur Migliazza)
    11. Cleanhead's Flat Tire Blues (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to Eddie Cleanhead Vinson)
    12. French Quarter (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to my New Orleans heroes)
    13. Pinetop's Boogie Woogie (Clarence Pinetop Smith)
    14. Suitcase Blues (Hersal Thomas)
    15. Gutherie Blues (Arthur Migliazza)
    16. Boogie On (Arthur Migliazza)

  • Crazy Blues - Jazz Piano Solo by Michael Gundlach

    2:52

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  • Blues Piano Background Music - 14. Suitcase Blues

    2:43

    Due to the exceptional circumstances right now with the world on lockdown, I'm releasing my new album of instrumental blues piano background music for everyone to enjoy for free here on YouTube. I'm organizing them all into a Playlist so you can just start the first one and listen to the entire album.

    I may not be able to physically play in your living room right now, but hopefully this will come close! This album was designed to be blues piano background music, so please enjoy while you make dinner, clean the house, or play games with your kids! It's all solo piano, no singing or other instruments.

    Hope you like it!

    Track listing:
    1. The Fives (George and Hersal Thomas)
    2. 44 Blues (Traditional, but in the style of Little Brother Montgomery)
    3. Yancey (my tribute to Jimmy Yancey)
    4. My Kinda Gal (Arthur Migliazza)
    5. St. Louis Blues (W.C. Handy's original arrangement from 1914)
    6. Alone Again (Arthur Migliazza)
    7. The Russian Rag (George L. Cobb, with the beginning from Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C# minor)
    8. St. James Infirmary (Traditional)
    9. Beale Street Shuffle (Arthur Migliazza)
    10. Down in the Basin (Arthur Migliazza)
    11. Cleanhead's Flat Tire Blues (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to Eddie Cleanhead Vinson)
    12. French Quarter (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to my New Orleans heroes)
    13. Pinetop's Boogie Woogie (Clarence Pinetop Smith)
    14. Suitcase Blues (Hersal Thomas)
    15. Gutherie Blues (Arthur Migliazza)
    16. Boogie On (Arthur Migliazza)

  • Blues Piano Background Music - 16. Boogie On

    5:09

    Due to the exceptional circumstances right now with the world on lockdown, I'm releasing my new album of instrumental blues piano background music for everyone to enjoy for free here on YouTube. I'm organizing them all into a Playlist so you can just start the first one and listen to the entire album.

    I may not be able to physically play in your living room right now, but hopefully this will come close! This album was designed to be blues piano background music, so please enjoy while you make dinner, clean the house, or play games with your kids! It's all solo piano, no singing or other instruments. Full Playlist:

    Hope you like it!

    Track listing:
    1. The Fives (George and Hersal Thomas)
    2. 44 Blues (Traditional, but in the style of Little Brother Montgomery)
    3. Yancey (my tribute to Jimmy Yancey)
    4. My Kinda Gal (Arthur Migliazza)
    5. St. Louis Blues (W.C. Handy's original arrangement from 1914)
    6. Alone Again (Arthur Migliazza)
    7. The Russian Rag (George L. Cobb, with the beginning from Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C# minor)
    8. St. James Infirmary (Traditional)
    9. Beale Street Shuffle (Arthur Migliazza)
    10. Down in the Basin (Arthur Migliazza)
    11. Cleanhead's Flat Tire Blues (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to Eddie Cleanhead Vinson)
    12. French Quarter (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to my New Orleans heroes)
    13. Pinetop's Boogie Woogie (Clarence Pinetop Smith)
    14. Suitcase Blues (Hersal Thomas)
    15. Gutherie Blues (Arthur Migliazza)
    16. Boogie On (Arthur Migliazza)

  • Exploring Jazz Piano Vol 1 – Tim Richards, 4. II-V-I sequences & left-hand shells

    9:37

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    Awarded the prestigious Music Industries Association Award in 2006 for Best Pop Publication, Tim Richards' Exploring Jazz Piano will help players develop their technical skills, progressing from intermediate level to advanced. This unique approach, by the author of our best-selling blues book, Improvising Blues Piano, presents a wealth of pieces to play as well as giving practical analysis of harmony and tips on improvising.

    These volumes contain all you need to achieve professional level jazz skills, all explained from first principles. Each book has a CD with all the pieces, including some play-along tracks giving you the opportunity to play with a professional band.

    In this clip, Tim Richards explains II-V-I sequences and left-hand shells in this clip, using examples from his book Exploring Jazz Piano Vol 1.

  • Blues Piano - Riff demonstration - Glen Rose

    7:42


    Blues Piano - Riff demonstration
    Glen Rose gives a lesson showing nine different blues licks to use over the 12-bar blues with the walking boogie bass line taught in Blues Lesson #1.
    Demonstrates how each of the blues licks are played and how they are strung together to make a blues solo.
    This video shows excerpts from the 55 minute video lesson available on the web site.
    It is recommended to first work with Blues Piano Lesson #1 and #2 from this series before working with this one.
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  • St. Louis Blues - Piano Arrangement by Jonny May

    3:26

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  • 12 Bar Blues For Total Beginners - FREE Piano / Keyboard Tutorial -

    10:48

    Tom Horton takes you step by step though the popular 12-bar blues style. Learn the chord in this really basic, 'first timers' tutorial!

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  • Aprenda Tocar blues no piano Aula 1

    10:52

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  • Blues Piano Background Music - 11. Cleanheads Flat Tire

    4:35

    Due to the exceptional circumstances right now with the world on lockdown, I'm releasing my new album of instrumental blues piano background music for everyone to enjoy for free here on YouTube. I'm organizing them all into a Playlist so you can just start the first one and listen to the entire album. Full Playlist:

    I may not be able to physically play in your living room right now, but hopefully this will come close! This album was designed to be blues piano background music, so please enjoy while you make dinner, clean the house, or play games with your kids! It's all solo piano, no singing or other instruments.

    Hope you like it!

    Track listing:
    1. The Fives (George and Hersal Thomas)
    2. 44 Blues (Traditional, but in the style of Little Brother Montgomery)
    3. Yancey (my tribute to Jimmy Yancey)
    4. My Kinda Gal (Arthur Migliazza)
    5. St. Louis Blues (W.C. Handy's original arrangement from 1914)
    6. Alone Again (Arthur Migliazza)
    7. The Russian Rag (George L. Cobb, with the beginning from Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C# minor)
    8. St. James Infirmary (Traditional)
    9. Beale Street Shuffle (Arthur Migliazza)
    10. Down in the Basin (Arthur Migliazza)
    11. Cleanhead's Flat Tire Blues (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to Eddie Cleanhead Vinson)
    12. French Quarter (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to my New Orleans heroes)
    13. Pinetop's Boogie Woogie (Clarence Pinetop Smith)
    14. Suitcase Blues (Hersal Thomas)
    15. Gutherie Blues (Arthur Migliazza)
    16. Boogie On (Arthur Migliazza)

  • AARON COPLAND - PIANO BLUES NO. 1, FREELY POETIC

    2:29

    Adam Tendler performs the first movement of Aaron Copland's Four Piano Blues (1926-48) live on Vermont Public Radio to promote the fiftieth and final concert of his America 88x50 tour. (VPR Studios, 2006)



  • Blues Piano Background Music - 5. St. Louis Blues

    3:40

    Due to the exceptional circumstances right now with the world on lockdown, I'm releasing my new album of instrumental blues piano background music for everyone to enjoy for free here on YouTube. I'm organizing them all into a Playlist so you can just start the first one and listen to the entire album.

    I may not be able to physically play in your living room right now, but hopefully this will come close! This album was designed to be blues piano background music, so please enjoy while you make dinner, clean the house, or play games with your kids! It's all solo piano, no singing or other instruments.

    Hope you like it!

    Track listing:
    1. The Fives (George and Hersal Thomas)
    2. 44 Blues (Traditional, but in the style of Little Brother Montgomery)
    3. Yancey (my tribute to Jimmy Yancey)
    4. My Kinda Gal (Arthur Migliazza)
    5. St. Louis Blues (W.C. Handy's original arrangement from 1914)
    6. Alone Again (Arthur Migliazza)
    7. The Russian Rag (George L. Cobb, with the beginning from Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C# minor)
    8. St. James Infirmary (Traditional)
    9. Beale Street Shuffle (Arthur Migliazza)
    10. Down in the Basin (Arthur Migliazza)
    11. Cleanhead's Flat Tire Blues (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to Eddie Cleanhead Vinson)
    12. French Quarter (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to my New Orleans heroes)
    13. Pinetop's Boogie Woogie (Clarence Pinetop Smith)
    14. Suitcase Blues (Hersal Thomas)
    15. Gutherie Blues (Arthur Migliazza)
    16. Boogie On (Arthur Migliazza)

  • Blues Piano Background Music - 4. My Kinda Gal

    2:24

    Due to the exceptional circumstances right now with the world on lockdown, I'm releasing my new album of instrumental blues piano background music for everyone to enjoy for free here on YouTube. I'm organizing them all into a Playlist so you can just start the first one and listen to the entire album.

    I may not be able to physically play in your living room right now, but hopefully this will come close! This album was designed to be blues piano background music, so please enjoy while you make dinner, clean the house, or play games with your kids! It's all solo piano, no singing or other instruments.

    Hope you like it!

    Track listing:
    1. The Fives (George and Hersal Thomas)
    2. 44 Blues (Traditional, but in the style of Little Brother Montgomery)
    3. Yancey (my tribute to Jimmy Yancey)
    4. My Kinda Gal (Arthur Migliazza)
    5. St. Louis Blues (W.C. Handy's original arrangement from 1914)
    6. Alone Again (Arthur Migliazza)
    7. The Russian Rag (George L. Cobb, with the beginning from Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C# minor)
    8. St. James Infirmary (Traditional)
    9. Beale Street Shuffle (Arthur Migliazza)
    10. Down in the Basin (Arthur Migliazza)
    11. Cleanhead's Flat Tire Blues (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to Eddie Cleanhead Vinson)
    12. French Quarter (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to my New Orleans heroes)
    13. Pinetop's Boogie Woogie (Clarence Pinetop Smith)
    14. Suitcase Blues (Hersal Thomas)
    15. Gutherie Blues (Arthur Migliazza)
    16. Boogie On (Arthur Migliazza)

  • Advanced blues piano tutorial - playing blues in E

    7:54

    More on blues piano in my book:

    Many blues pianists stick to relatively simple keys - C, F and G. Being able to play blues in E major (and A major, which is similar) is very useful, because it makes it very easy to work with guitarists if you happen to play in a band.

    It's actually easier than it looks, because the E blues scale uses a lot of white notes on the piano keyboard. So although you get a sound that's distinctively different from a blues in C or F, it's not a lot more difficult to play. You just need to be comfortable working in a slightly different key. Although you will mostly stay away from the E major scale, this is yet another area where a basic familiarity with piano scales will really come in handy. Being able to readily adapt your fingers to different positions and situations on the piano keyboard is a skill that comes with practising scales regularly - and it'll really help you here.

    The one thing you have to do a little is adapt the riffs and licks you're used to playing in easier keys, especially the ones that involve crush notes. In a few cases you'll find that crushes are harder, because instead of going from a black note to a white note you'll be doing it the other way around, but if you know your way around the piano - and a bit about how blues scales work - you shouldn't have too much trouble figuring this out. Other licks are simply not that comfortable in different keys. Of course, the flipside of that is that keys like E and A offer unique licks giving a distinctive sound.

    As a pianist, being able to improvise blues (or rock n roll, or boogie, or R n B, or funk, or whatever) in a guitar-friendly key is miles better than reaching for the transpose button on your keyboard -- which is cheating, and, oddly enough, might result is an unauthentic sound.

    As with every aspect of piano blues, and piano improvisation in general, these skills need to be practised heavily if you're going to master them. However, while you're practising be sure to experiment, play around, and develop your own sounds. The point about being good blues pianist is that you are an individual and you should strive for an individual style at the piano keyboard.

  • Amazing Right Hand Piano Blues Riff

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  • Playing blues piano in E, A and D

    10:25



    In this tutorial I take a look at how to play piano blues in keys other than C - and, in particular, in E, A, and D. Many piano and keyboard players are a bit scared of these keys, because they have a reputation for being difficult since they all have quite a few sharps.

    In fact, as we'll see, playing blues piano in one of these keys can actually be easier than playing in C, as the relevant blues scales can fall under your fingers more easily and use fewer black notes.

    For example, the E blues scale actually has two fewer black notes than the C blues scale, which makes it easier in some ways. The only added difficulty is with the left hand, because it uses black notes which make it a little more awkward.
    It's also really useful to be familiar with these keys if you play in a band with a guitarist -- E, A, and D are the easiest keys to use for improvisation on the guitar.

    This video also demonstrates an exercise that you can use to get used to blues improvisation in E, A, and D. The bass line is a little tricky because of the black notes, but should be fine with a little practise. In the right hand, you can use improvisation techniques that I've mentioned in my earlier videos about blues piano.

    As usual, give the exercise a good go, and make sure to try experimenting with lots of different patterns and techniques, until you're completely comfortable playing blues piano in E, A and D.

    If you're interested in learning more about blues, jazz or pop piano, take a look at some of my earlier videos. You'll probably also be interested in my book, How to Really Play the Piano, which teaches improvisation through the medium of 12-bar blues and has loads of information on chords and harmony.

  • Blues Piano Background Music - 8. St James Infirmary

    4:10

    Due to the exceptional circumstances right now with the world on lockdown, I'm releasing my new album of instrumental blues piano background music for everyone to enjoy for free here on YouTube. I'm organizing them all into a Playlist so you can just start the first one and listen to the entire album. Full Playlist:

    I may not be able to physically play in your living room right now, but hopefully this will come close! This album was designed to be blues piano background music, so please enjoy while you make dinner, clean the house, or play games with your kids! It's all solo piano, no singing or other instruments.

    Hope you like it!

    Track listing:
    1. The Fives (George and Hersal Thomas)
    2. 44 Blues (Traditional, but in the style of Little Brother Montgomery)
    3. Yancey (my tribute to Jimmy Yancey)
    4. My Kinda Gal (Arthur Migliazza)
    5. St. Louis Blues (W.C. Handy's original arrangement from 1914)
    6. Alone Again (Arthur Migliazza)
    7. The Russian Rag (George L. Cobb, with the beginning from Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C# minor)
    8. St. James Infirmary (Traditional)
    9. Beale Street Shuffle (Arthur Migliazza)
    10. Down in the Basin (Arthur Migliazza)
    11. Cleanhead's Flat Tire Blues (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to Eddie Cleanhead Vinson)
    12. French Quarter (Arthur Migliazza, my tribute to my New Orleans heroes)
    13. Pinetop's Boogie Woogie (Clarence Pinetop Smith)
    14. Suitcase Blues (Hersal Thomas)
    15. Gutherie Blues (Arthur Migliazza)
    16. Boogie On (Arthur Migliazza)

  • Elton John - I Guess Thats Why They Call It The Blues

    4:44

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    Elton John - I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues

  • Jazz Piano For Beginners || Tutorial #1: starting to improvise

    8:40

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    This is the first tutorial in a series on jazz piano for absolute beginners. In it, I take a very gradual look at the skills and theory needed to improvise jazz on the piano, focussing on easy improvisation exercises that develop improv skills and hand independence while at the same time being enjoyable to play.

  • Blues For Otis Spann - Blues Piano Tutorial

    2:45

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