2 Hand Independence Exercises For Blues Players

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In this video I show you two hand independence exercises you NEED to know if you want to play the blues. If you want to get straight into the exercises, skip to 4:20 in the video.

Playing the blues often requires us to play various shuffle rhythms or boogie woogie patterns in the left hand whilst independently improvising in the right hand.

These exercises will help you to develop your hand independence and make this type of playing much easier!!

Download the notation for this hand independence lesson here.

I hope you enjoyed this lesson!! Please check back next week for another lesson, and in the meantime head on over to the PianoPig Academy website to get access to this entire new course, How To Practice Productively!!

-Simon Warner, MU Educator

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