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Blues Bass Lines in B flat

Create your own bass lines from the 244,140,625* possibilities shown by mixing measures from each staff. For example: a line could begin using staff #3 for m.1, staff #1 for m.2, staff #2 for m.3, staff #5 for m.4, and so on. Notes on the first and other beats can and should be octave displaced as needed to accommodate smooth linear motion. Create lines that contrast between smooth and angular motion.

b b b b b b n b b b b n n b n n ? b c n b b n b b ? bb c # ? bb c n ? bb c n ? bb c n
1

B 7

E 7

B 7

Fm 7

b n b n b b b n b n b b n b b n b b n #

B 7

E 7

E 7

n ? bb ? b b ? b b ? bb ? bb
7

B 7

b # n b b b # # n b # b n

G7

Cm 7

# n b b b # b b

F7

B 7

b b b # n n b b b n b b b n b b

G7

Cm 7

F7

*There are five choices for every measure, so 512, 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 = 244,140,625.


1994, Bert Ligon