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Key: C Major Style: Blues Focus: Song Difficulty: Beginner
 


  Blues in C Lesson 8 - Right Hand Melody  
Christopher Schlegel Tutorial 011 - Absolute Beginner's Blues in C (Page 8 of 16)
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Blues in C Lesson 8 - Right Hand Melody


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Continuing on with our right melody for our Blues in C!

We're going to do the exact same thing we did in Lesson 4: add a "turnaround"! A "turnaround" is a little melody that blues songs use to indicate the song has completed a cycle (a verse or chorus) and is going to start over (or start a new section, or come to an end).

Now that we have all three chord positions of our right hand rhythm - C, F, & G, all we have to do is learn our "turnaround" - and we can start to put the whole song together!

Play it one note at a time, one note after the other:

C, B-Flat, A, A-Flat, G, F, F-Sharp, G

  Blues in C Lesson 8 - Right Hand Melody  
Christopher Schlegel Tutorial 011 - Absolute Beginner's Blues in C (Page 8 of 16)
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