How to Play Blues on a Flute in C Major : Examples of Cool Blues with Solos in C Major

How to Play Blues on a Flute in C Major : Examples of Cool Blues with Solos in C Major


I have now gone over the Blues form. I have
showed the Blues in the key of C and gone over the major form. Gone through the chords
of the Blues. And shown the scales that are being used in the Blues. I have also shown
a common head Cool Blues and I have also shown how to solo and improvise over the Blues.
To sum it all up I am going to play a common Blues form that includes the form three times
playing the head of the Cool Blues, an improvised solo, and then Cool Blues one more time using
the changes on the piano. This should sum up what a common Blues piece is like. I hope
you enjoy and learn and practice this style to play fun Blues and improvising in Jazz. Thanks and I hope you enjoy the Blues in C.

4 thoughts to “How to Play Blues on a Flute in C Major : Examples of Cool Blues with Solos in C Major”

  1. Sorry, I have to agree with Rexicano's sentiments even if not the way he/she put it originally!

    Each instrument has it's own properties, granted, but I would challenge the video author to come up with a more 'bluesy' pattern of notes – I think there is scope for plenty more than she has done and I don't personally find the outcome too helpful..

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