Ten fairly easy tunes in tablature and standard notation with chord windows, includes: Brosna Slide Butterfly Foxhunter's Jig Irish Washerwoman Lark In The Morning Lilting Fisherman Mooncoin Jig Sacows Saint Patrick's Day Smash The Windows
Here is a bundle of all of the Christmas Ukulele resources that I have uploaded so far.
I asked all of my learners to tell me their favorite Christmas song so that I could compile a collection for them, to my surprise, no Carols, all last century popular songs: Blue Christmas Driving home for Christmas Fairytale of New York Gaudete I believe in Father Christmas I wish it could be Christmas everyday Merry Christmas everyone Merry Xmas everybody Mistletoe and Wine Stop the Cavalry All Around My Hat I have put chord windows throughout, and some of the solos and riff in tablature
A collection of progressive melodies from learning ukulele tablature step by step. Some have second part for teacher to accompany students. melodies range from Bach to Ed Sheeran, Folk to Reggae, Theme tunes and riffs.
In Dulci Jubilo instrumental for School Ensemble, this fabulous, uplifting arrangement is based on Mike Oldfield's version and includes electric guitar solos.
This is a collection of favorite Christmas songs selected by my students. They include lyrics with chord windows and some solos and riffs in tablature. Blue Christmas Driving home for Christmas Fairytale of New York Gaudete I believe in Father Christmas I wish it could be Christmas everyday Merry Christmas everyone Merry Xmas everybody Mistletoe and Wine Stop the Cavalry All Around My Hat
Here is a collection of little excerpts of classical music from the Romantic period; the nineteenth century. Inspired by other arts, especially poetry and painting. They are all arranged for two ukuleles’, and the parts are in different colours to make them easy to see. Index 3 Caprice No 24 Niccolò Paganini 4 From Harold in Italy Hector Berlioz 5 From Symphony No3 Johannes Brahms 6 From Violin Concerto in E minor Felix Mendelssohn 8 Liebesträume Franz Liszt 9 Nocturne (Opus 9 No 2) Frédéric Chopin 10 From Piano Concerto No 1 Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 11 Jolly Peasant Robert Schumann 12 Seranade Franz Schubert 14 Theme from Swan Lake Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
This lovely collection, with the exception of Here comes the Sun, has all songs in original keys. these include chords, lyrics, and riffs and instrumentals as tablature. ability range intermediate. Norwegian Wood 2. Eight Days a Week 3. Day Tripper 4. We can Work it Out 5. Girl 6. Maxwell’s silver Hammer 7. Help 8. I Saw Her Standing There 9. With a little help from my friends 10. Something in the Way She Moves 11. And I Love Her 12. Here There and Everywhere 13. If I Fell 14. Michelle 15. Here Comes the Sun
Here is a collection of little excerpts of classical music from the second half of the 18th century, at this time composers were experimenting with new instruments, reflecting the inventive and expressive confidence of the period. They are all arranged for two ukuleles’, and the parts are in different colours to make them easy to see. Some of them, work beautifully as a solo piece which are also included. Index 3 Emperor’s Hymn Haydn 4 String Quartet in D Haydn 6 Duet from the Magic Flute Mozart 7 From the Clarinet Concerto Mozart 8 Symphony No 40 Mozart 10 Romance Mozart 11 From the Pastoral Symphony Beethoven 13 Minuet in G Beethoven 14 Moonlight Sonata Beethoven 16 Ode to Joy Beethoven
Here is a collection of little excerpts of Baroque music from the 17th Century until the mid-18th century. Baroque music started in Italy and worked its way around Europe, these examples include music from England (Arne, Clarke, Handel and Purcell), Italy (Albioni and Vivaldi), and Germany (Bach) They are all arranged for two ukuleles’, and the parts are in different colours to make them easy to see. Some of them are also included as solo arrangements. Index Adagio Tomaso Albinoni Air on the G String Johann Sebastian Bach Alla Danza George Frideric Handel Arrival of the Queen of Sheba George Frideric Handel Dido’s Lament Henry Purcell Minuet in G Johann Sebastian Bach Rule Britannia Thomas Arne Sheep May Safely Graze Johann Sebastian Bach Spring Antonio Vivaldi Trumpet Voluntary Jeremiah Clarke
Here is a collection of little excerpts of classical music from the turn of the 20th century; that is the last quarter of the nineteenth century, up until the start of the first world war. At the time, they were considered experimental and not always meeting public approval, however to our 21st century ear they are classics. They are all arranged for two ukuleles’, and the parts are in different colours to make them easy to see. Some of them, such as Jupiter and Pavan for a dead Princess, work beautifully as a solo piece, so these are also included. Index 3 Golliwog’s Cakewalk Claude Debussy 4 Gran Vals Francisco Tárrega 5 Gymnopedie No 1 Erik Satie 6 Jupiter Gustav Holst 8 Land of Hope and Glory Sir Edward Elgar 9 Pavan Gabriel Fauré 10 Pavan for a dead Princess Maurice Ravel 12 Solveig’s Song Edvard Grieg 13 The Old Castle Modest Mussorgsky 14 The Swan Camile Saint-Saëns
Complete suite arranged beautifully for ukulele by court musician of Louis XIV and XV. Some of the movements, such as prelude and minuet 1 are suitable for relative beginners, none of the pieces are harder than grade three. The renaissance lute and early guitar music transposed well to ukulele and the overall sound is surprisingly authentic. A little gem of a suite.
This slideshow illustrates playing the ukulele from complete beginner through to some classic standards, including George Formby, Tiny Tim and Duelling Banjos. There are detailed slides on how to read chord windows and tablature. The slides are amusing, colourful and use minimum text for ease of use.
Three very different collections of guitar music