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Evgeny Chernonog : My First Boogie - Tutorial for jazz piano students 

Evgeny Chernonog : My First Boogie - Tutorial for jazz piano students

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My First Boogie - Tutorial for jazz piano students
Evgeny Chernonog
for Piano 

Wednesday, August 07, 2013
 5 votes,   Average: 4.2   Plays: 1783

Ok, you are a pianist and you’re dreaming of a day to come when you are able to play some jazz, but you have no idea what to start with. This is the right place for you! In the beginning of your jazz experience, as a first step, you will learn boogie-woogie tunes written in the traditional 12-bar blues form. Let’s start right now and you will be surprised how quick your progress is! Playing boogie-woogie will help you become a real good social mixer – everybody enjoys that style of music! No matter how old you are – seven or even seventy – those evergreen boogie-woogie tunes always keep you happy and optimistic. Learn more here:

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I love the bouncy feel of this song! Can't wait to try playing it!
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