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Alternative Blues Forms

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We are all familiar with a 12 Bar Blues. This widely used form has crossed genres and borders into what is probably the most common musical form we are all familiar with. Although the 12 form is the dominant force in blues (among other styles), their also exists many other blues forms that are used quite often as well. In this tutorial, we will take a look at some of these varied forms and see what we can do to integrate them into our playing. This includes the 8 Bar Blues and a swing blues as well as working with other chords instead of the I, IV, and V. Let's take a look!

Published: 07/06/09

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Anders Mouridsen
title Alternative Blues Forms
instructor Anders Mouridsen
genre blues
pages 6
category Style Tutorial
files 6 Videos 4 Scores

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