Get started playing authentic blues piano by ear! No music reading or previous piano experience is necessary. Within minutes you’ll be playing a shuffle rhythm on the bass notes with your left hand and riffing on the treble notes with your right.
David Cohen is an expert player and teacher, and his step-by-step method is logically and carefully conceived. He systematically leads you through all the steps you’ll need to play solid blues piano, whether as a soloist or as a member of a band.
The heart and soul of blues playing is in your ability to improvise, and there is no better way for a beginner to get started than with this superb instructional series.
David imparts innumerable tips on style while showing you the scales, chord theory, turnarounds, endings and blues licks that will quickly make you a formidable player.
Homespun’s overhead cameras give you a close-up, bird’s eye view of everything that David plays, making his instruction easy to follow and user-friendly. You’ll be amazed at how quickly you’ll be able to sit down at the piano and play this exciting music… Watch it today!
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Submitted 7 months ago
Fantastic! I teach music for a living, and presenting lessons in a well thought out manor is key to good results. It's always good for me to check out how other people teach. David is excellent.
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Submitted 8 months ago
I'm not a very good piano player. Guitar is my instrument. One thing I've really been struggling with is hand independence (I.e, the left hand and right hand play two completely different things). This video starts off with some pretty basic blues stuff that has turned out to be really good exercises for hand independence. Plus I am learning some basic blues piano riffs that are fun to play. So yes, this has been very helpful to me!!
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Submitted 1 year ago
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