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Oscar Peterson

An Oscar-Inspired Boogie Blues Etude

An Oscar-Inspired Boogie Blues Etude

Using one of the licks that Oscar Peterson played at Ronnie Scott’s in his “Boogie Blues Etudes”, I composed an attitude, over an F blues That uses his soulful lick and inverts and transposes it it to explore it’s sound a little deeper.

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My BEST Diminished Trick

My BEST Diminished Trick - Upper Structure Diminished Exercise Score - 8 Pages PDF

We're talking ADVANCED jazz piano today. How to get that magic diminished descending sound like Oscar Peterson and so many great pianists. Using upper structure and octatonic devices, we learn to decorate altered dominant chords like BOSSES. Let's DO this!
My BEST Diminished Trick - Upper Structure Diminished Exercise Score - 8 Pages PDF

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Oscar Peterson Boogie Blues Piano Tutorial

From Oscar's "Boogie Blues Etudes" , live in London, 1974, we start at 2:10 and learn the walking boogie bass left hand. I found a better video of the concert than I show in the tutorial. This is it:

Oscar Peterson: Soulful Licks From Ronnie Scott's 1974

This video follows this one: and this time we focus on the right hand! These are some amazingly soulful and bluesy lines! You're going to love it! If you'd like the worksheet, email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Oscar Peterson's Tricky 4 Bar Break On C Jam Blues

Around the one and a half minute mark on the Oscar Peterson Trio recording of "C Jam Blues" on the Night Train album, Oscar Peterson turns the time around by using a very slick device...rhythmic displacement. Let's break it down and talk about this little nuance that adds to the genius of this pianist.



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