Published January 1, 2007
by Hal Leonard Corporation .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||80|
Mandolin Blues book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Travel back in time as acclaimed mandolinist Rich DelGrosso, author of the /5(11). I’ve been a professional guitar player for 40 years, and know a lot of jazz and blues. I picked up the mandolin just for fun, and was ok with that. This book changed the way I look at the instrument. It shows you some kicking blues lines and songs that are a ball to play. Great book /5(11). The roots and blues mandolin book is ideal for the intermediate player, but I found that I need more practice. It will be useful in the future. Read more. Report abuse. peter dunbar. out of 5 stars DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY FELLOW. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on Aug /5(12). Like Book 1, Book 2 is designed for anyone just learning to play mandolin. This comprehensive and easy-to-use beginner's guide includes fun songs of different styles to learn and play. Time Slips On By is a spicy mix of Texas Blues and Roots, with rocking, solid mandolin and fiery guitar. a collection of 14 original songs from the.
Modern blues mandolin would be more jazzy in nature I suppose. If you learn standard notation there are UNLIMITED sources for learning. Abersold and loads of other jazz books all take the blues to the next level of sophistication. Not better then "the dudes" just different. I would like to see a blues mandolin book that's more generic in nature. The Blue Book I purchased only lists acoustic guitars. I think the other books lists mandolins, amps, etc. I suggest you check Amazon. If you want to get more advice on the books I'd recommend calling Marv's music, Elderly or any other reputable guitar store. School of Mandolin: Blues Book + Online Audio - Mel Bay Publications, Inc.: Mel Bay While the mandolin is not as synonymous with the blues as the guitar, the fiddle's fretted cousin was an important lead voice in many string blues bands of the s through the s including the Mississippi Sheiks, the Memphis Jug Band and the Dallas S. Mandolin Blues Book: Quantity: Add to Cart We start out with the Twelve Bar Blues format and how to play chordal accompaniment, the Blues Shuffle and Boogie Woogie in the most popular keys. Then comes blues lead playing in the Key of G, including the pentatonic scale (plus other notes), improvising over the chords, double-stops and.
This book is a wonderful history of mandolin blues, but I take some umbrage at the author referring to the mandolin a tenor instrument. It is the same as the violin, soprano, maybe alto if you tune it down Yank Rachell style. Guitar is tenor/baritone range. Bass is well Bass:)/5(43). In this free mandolin lesson by Brad Laird you’ll learn how to construct and play the “blues scale.” The lesson explains which notes are used to build blues scales and teaches the D and G blues scale using two different fingerings. Here is the tab for the blues scale taught in this lesson. This book is a wonderful history of mandolin blues, but I take some umbrage at the author referring to the mandolin a tenor instrument. It is the same as the violin, soprano, maybe alto if you tune it down Yank Rachell style. Guitar is tenor/baritone range. Bass is well Bass:).Reviews: Filmed in on the American Folk Blues Festival tour featuring Sleepy John Estes (guitar & vocal), accompanied by Yank Rachel (mandolin). Mandolin Blues From Memphis to Maxwell Street the intro to DelGrosso's book by Hal Leonard Pub. “They were led by a long-legged chocolate boy and their band.