Bootleggers’ Blues

This minor key 1920s-style blues piece is not only the bee’s knees, it’s the berries, too!

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This minor key blues is technically early intermediate, but it is so pattern-based that a motivated late elementary student will have no problems with it! The middle section has chord symbols and a chart for the 5-finger blues scale if the student wants to try their hand (no pun inten–no, wait, I intended that pun) at improvisation.

It’s snappy, it’s mysterious, it’s easily learned, thanks to the repeating patterns in both hands! A sure student saver!

Key: C minor

Mood: restless, evasive

Pedagogy: minor key blues, accidentals, hand extensions, improvisation, D.S. al Coda


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