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Ukulele for Beginners: Learn to Play the Ukulele, Read Music and Play Songs

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Product Overview

Format: Softcover

ISBN: 9781913842185

Many people believe that the ukulele is part of the guitar family. Others believe that it is an independent instrument, and no other instrument is the same. The truth is that the ukulele, otherwise known as the harp, is a family of instruments. It comes in four sizes: soprano, concert, tenor, and baritone. With the increase in demand for stringed instruments and advances in recent luthier technology, new versions have been produced, such as the guitarlele, a six-string ukulele.

Ukulele is a social instrument and a musical instrument that stimulates people to have fun. After mastering the first chords, fingers, and songs, you'll be excited to share them with a friend.

This book is an absolute beginners guide on how to play the uke and does not require any previous musical knowledge. The purpose of this book is to help a beginner sing and play songs. Ukulele is an easy-to-learn and quickly rewarding instrument. The most important thing to remember is to enjoy your time and not to get bogged down.

This book covers

- The Anatomy of Ukulele

- Brief History of Ukulele

- Chords

- Music Theory

- Playing Techniques

And so much more!

Learning new things is like acquiring a unique experience that gives a sense of accomplishment. Step by step, you will learn basic chord fingerings, rhythms, songs, etc.

I can assure you if you read this book all the way through you will be able to play your very first song in a week. If you put your head to the grindstone, you will surprise yourself when it comes to learning how to play the ukulele.

Now that you have a taste, it is time to jump into the world of playing the ukulele as a beginner. The next seven days will be life changing for you as you embark on the world of music. So, let us turn the page and see what is next when learning the ukulele. ©2020, 200 pages

 

 

ISBN

9781913842185