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A Step to Step Guide to Playing the 12 Bar Blues
In this music learning exercise, learners learn how to play the "12 Bar Blues" on the piano or keyboard. Students follow the directions on the 2 pages, first playing one note melody, then adding the second and third extra notes.
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