How to Sing Blue Moon
Learn to sing the beautiful ‘Blue Moon’ song with this full length singing lesson.
Blue Moon is a jazz standard written by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart way back in 1934. It has since been covered by countless artists including Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Dean Martin, and Elvis Presley to name a few.
One of my personal faves, Blue Moon is such an easy song to sing because it follows a simple I, VI, ii, V chord progression (1,6,2,5) which is really easy on the musical ear.
So if you’re just getting into jazz, then the Blue Moon song can be one of the best standards for learning scatting and improvision. Today I’ve provided you with a full length singing lesson! That means we’ll start by learning the melody and then we’ll move onto trying out some improvisation techniques and seeing what else we can do with this fun tune to make it our own.
Ready to sing?! Let’s jump in!
Singing Resources to go with Blue Moon
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