1001 Blues Licks: For All Treble Clef Instruments by Toby Wine

By Toby Wine

1001 Blues Licks offers 1001 riffs in a number of blues kinds to be performed in the general 12-bar layout. this is often the fitting e-book for newcomers looking a well-organized, easy-to-follow encyclopedia of blues licks, in addition to consummate pros who are looking to take their wisdom of the blues to new heights.

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F ,- ..... " ... 8 Major Srd Major 6th Major 7th ... - II Perfect 4th 8 Perfect 5th II Perfect gva Figure 73 Practice altering these basic intervals by the addition of accidentals according to the patterns shown in figure 71. For example, name the following intervals: , , ,. #..... - Figure 74 From this point on the student may use the following abbreviations for the qualifying terms of intervals: M m A d P major mInor augmented diminished perfect To correctly name intervals larger than a second, the student first counts the letters to find the quantitative name; the qualitative name is then found according to one of the following methods: 1.

The names given the notes and rests refer to the fractional 11 12 Notat ion, Terminology, and Basic Theory parts of a measure of common time (see p. 19) . Who le note Hal f note Quarter note 0 Wholerc:,t J J Quarter rest Half rest Eighth rcst 1 Sixteen th note j) ). Sixteenth rest :t Thirty-seco nd note ) Thirty-second rest ~ Eight h note J Sixty-fourt h no te i Sixty-fourt h rest Figure 12 Occasionally in older music a double whole note is found : toI ; but this is rare today. Each note value or rest is equal to two of the next smallest value or one half of the preceding value.

Io~ .. I.. • .. 5.. ~ - " .. ,.. = u &.. ;. II Figure 62 The most used selective scale for music of the last three hundred years is called the major scale. Major scale half step 3 4 half step 7 8 ~ ~o--y~~~' Figure 63 JJ Intervals and Scales In this scale, half steps occur between the third and fourth and between the seventh and eighth degrees; between all other degreesthere is a whole step. The next most useful scale, the minor scale, has three forms, that is, a basic pattern of whole and half steps and two variations of this pattern.

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