Something I just realized is that I goofed and called this piece by two different names! That kind of faux pas can only occur when a piece of music is brand new, in this case, it serves as indisputable proof that Blue Strollin' (we'll stick with that title) was created exclusively for Sonic Junction - Accept no substitutes.
Anyway, this last verse begins with a lick that referrs back to the second and fourth verses. Again, employing thematic continuity to help the piece sound like a song and not just a bunch of verses strung together. On the educational side, this Blue Strollin' series contained some strategic theory along with some useful, coincidental technique workouts.
Hopefully you had fun along the way - See you next time!
Topics and/or subjects covered in this lesson:
A Harp in the Key of E.
Loop 0:00 Rick and Rusty Playing the 7th and 8th Chorus of Blue Strollin'
Loop 2:32 Run-Through of 8th Verse Acoustically
Loop 3:10 Breakdown of Riff on the I Chord
Loop 7:36 Breakdown of IV Chord and Back to I Riff
Loop 10:50 Practice Loop of First 8 Bars
Loop 11:11 Breakdown of V Chord and Turnaround
Loop 12:44 Slow Practice Loop of 8th Verse
Loop 13:21 Closing Thoughts