Take Your Ukulele Skills to the Next Level Quickly and Easily with the Grammy-nominated and Harvard-level Music Teacher Duo Don't be fooled by this book's title. Because it's much more than 5 ukulele songs you can play with 5 chords each... For the equivalent of pocket change, you get a potent multi-media education (video instruction included) that will transform your ukulele skills in mere days. Here's why... It starts with WHO you're learning from: You'll learn directly from a Grammy award nominated music ...
Take Your Ukulele Skills to the Next Level Quickly and Easily with the Grammy-nominated and Harvard-level Music Teacher Duo Don't be fooled by this book's title. Because it's much more than 5 ukulele songs you can play with 5 chords each... For the equivalent of pocket change, you get a potent multi-media education (video instruction included) that will transform your ukulele skills in mere days. Here's why... It starts with WHO you're learning from: You'll learn directly from a Grammy award nominated music teacher and a former Harvard master class piano teacher... the same duo who developed and authored the classroom-proven, "21 Songs in 6 Days" ukulele teaching curriculum currently used in schools across America. (See more about the authors below.) Here's a taste of WHAT you'll learn: The 5 classic songs in this incredibly useful volume are "This Land is Your Land," "Amazing Grace," "Greensleeves," "Five Foot Two," and "Auld Lang Syne." All 5 songs include: strum patterns, chord diagrams, musical and tab notation, and lyrics. No matter what your preferred learning style, the authors have you covered. How to read and play tab and fingerpick melodies step-by-step. Learn directly from the book or from either of the TWO videos included for each song (one for strumming, one for fingerpicking). Smart practice tips that short-cut your learning curve. How to strum the ukulele: Discover the 3 strumming patterns all others are based on. Learn these 3 for a rock-solid strumming foundation that will carry you to the highest level of Ukulele mastery. Rhythm secrets: Steady Beat vs. Dividing the Beat ... and 2 ways you can divide the beat to enhance your playing skills and infuse your music with captivating musical flair. Failure is not an option! You'll overcome any obstacle with clearly articulated troubleshooting tips distilled from the authors' decades of music teaching maturity. Plus a brief history of each song, ukulele tuning tips, recommended reading, and more. Here's what others are saying: "I like the 'tab' thing. I am not to great at chords. My 72 year old fingers are not co-operating. I did the 'tab' and it works fine for me. I also have a terrible singing voice. Now I can play a song using melody instead of chords. Amazing Grace sounds just like Amazing Grace and not just a bunch of chords and my terrible singing voice (I cannot carry a tune). Actually I LOVE the tabs." --Arlene Kennedy "Great songs....easy to learn! If you want to learn to play the ukulele, this is the best method I've found. The books and videos explain everything very well!" "Fun, easy to play, easy to learn... been thoroughly enjoying this one." The 5 songs in this educational gem teach you a total of 9 chords; 5 for each song (click the book's cover to see the songs and chords inside). This 5-chord arrangement instantly elevates your music to a higher grade of audible beauty. As a result, you'll discover a deeper level of pleasure and enjoyment every time you pick up your ukulele to play. Prepare to be showered with generous praise. No matter how you play today, you're about to enter a new dimension of ukulele proficiency. Click the button above to get your copy of "Easy Ukulele Songs: 5 with 5 Chords" now.
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