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Blues Scale

Posted On November 8, 2015 at 9:51 am by / Comments Off on Blues Scale

Blues Scale

Blues scale is very important area of modern music. It is usually considered the forerunner of both jazz and rock, and it breaks many of the conventions of classical music theory.

Blues Music has a solid but plaintive sound which result from the use of a minor-based scale over the top of major-based chords (dominant sevenths). When we look at relating chords and scales a little letter, you will see how unusual this is.

In particular, the Blues scale is a very common choice for melodies and improvisations in blues music. See below the “C” Blues scale-

C Blues Scale

There are several standard chord progressions in blues music, and they all use dominant seventh chords based on the 1st, 4th and 5th notes of the major scale.

For example, a song in the C Blues scale would mainly use the chords C7, F7 and G7 and common open-position Chords for Blues Guitar Download Free has been given below-

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