For those who joined us in the last FREE piano tutorial from Musicnotes Signature Artist Jonny May, how’s that Beginner Blues Shuffle coming along? Get ready for more Piano with Jonny goodness with another totally FREE lesson, complete with free sheet music from Musicnotes.com.
One of the coolest things about Jonny’s piano lessons & tutorials, both with Musicnotes and on his Piano with Jonny YouTube page, is that you can slow down, study and repeat passages as many times as you want.
In Jonny May’s latest Musicnotes piano tutorial, we build on our Beginner Blues Shuffle lesson, where we learned the basic blues chord progression, and add more chord changes while continuing to develop the shuffle technique. Lets take a look:
Follow along with this free sheet music from Musicnotes.com.
Feeling pretty good about the theory/technique covered in Jonny May’s Musicnotes lessons? Check out Musicnotes.com for a huge selection of original Jonny May music, as well as his ultra popular (and ultra fun) covers. While it’s nearly impossible to choose a favorite, we’re really digging his exciting “Disney Piano Medley,” his loungy-cool “Over the Rainbow,” and his sophisticated “Fly Me to the Moon” for solo piano right now. Click on any of the song titles to download the music and get inspired by Jonny May’s official YouTube videos.
Looking for even more of a challenge? Try your hand(s) at some of Jonny’s more advanced/virtuosic compositions, like Avicii’s “Wake Me Up,” and classics “Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans” and “Love Is Here to Stay.”
We invite you to peruse all of Jonny May’s sheet music at your leisure. Relax, have fun, and add some amazing, new jazzed-up works to your musical wheelhouse today!