Ukulele Songbook in Notation and Tablature

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(Fretted). This terrific collection for beginning to advanced ukulele players features easy arrangements of 50 great songs, in standard notation and uke tablature. This great resource also teaches popular strum patterns and how to tune the uke.
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(Fretted). This terrific collection for beginning to advanced ukulele players features easy arrangements of 50 great songs, in standard notation and uke tablature. This great resource also teaches popular strum patterns and how to tune the uke.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 25, 2001

    Good First Book

    Contains 50 songs of increasing difficulty, as well as a few common strumming techniques and tuning information. It has NO CHORD DIAGRAMS, so you will have to look elsewhere for that. All songs are older folk/public domain stuff, so readers may not be aquainted with some of the tunes. Contains some religious and Christmas tunes. Has Tab (for GCEA tuning) as well as musical notation. A good way to get started playing tunes quickly, which encourages you to continue to play. Some of the tunes I liked: Aloha Oe, Shenandoah, Red River Valley.

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