The Blues Play-A-Long And Solos Collection For Flute (Book/Online Audio)

Books and Digital Audio | Flute

Publisher: ADG Productions
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album

Andrew D. Gordon has created 30 12bar blues play-a-long backing tracks in various Blues styles, keys and tempos such as: Funky Blues, Boogie Blues, Jazz Blues, Minor Blues, Country Blues, Latin Blues, Old Time Jazz Blues, Jazz Swing Blues, Classic Blues Rock, Soulful Blues, Slow Blues and many more.

Each of the 30 play-a-long tracks has been recorded with 12 choruses of the 12 bar blues progression giving you the opportunity practice soloing techniques totaling over 3 hours of music. Each of the 30 Blues styles contains a solo improvisational melody line, 12 measures in length, designed for the beginner student in mind as a starting point to create your own improvisational solos.

Each of the 30 Blues tracks have been recorded, first with the solo playing along with the rhythm backing tracks of keyboards, guitar, bass and drums and immediately following, is the play-a-long backing track that cycles through the 12 bar blues progression 12 times, generally between 5-8 minutes in length, giving you plenty of time to practice. Blues is the basis of many forms of music and these tracks have been specifically created to include styles such as: Jazz, Funk, Folk, Country, Latin, Rock, Gospel, Pop, Boogie, giving you a well-rounded selection of musical styles based on the blues.

Published on: 02 June 2015
Language: English
Catalogue No: ADG162

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        I returned this item because it isn't what I wanted. However it was well explained and had some interesting music. I was looking for something that has individual pieces of music rather than styles.
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        Confirmed purchase: 06 February 2017
        Published on: 20 February 2017