Blues Phrasing

by David Wallimann

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  • In today's lesson we'll talk about phrasing. Phrasing is very important when you improvise. It's just when you talk and tell a story, you use silences, intonation, and form to tell a story. The same things should happen when you play.

    The following examples will give you starting points to study. You should try to apply these concepts in your own improvisations.

    Remember to breathe between ideas and leave little silences to let the listener rest and "chew" on what you just played.

    Have fun!

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