While the 'ukulele is enjoying a well-deserved renaissance on the mainland, in the land of its birth, it has never gone out of style. Hawaiians took to the jumping flea right from the start, creating music of stunning beauty and versatility. Now intermediate players can learn to play lovely finger style solo arrangements of classic Hawaiian songs, folk songs, standardsaeven a few pieces from the classical guitar repertoire.The book offers 27 arrangements from around the world written in standard notation and tablature playable on any 'ukulele. Songs are grouped according to level of difficulty, starting with simple arrangements well within the grasp of dedicated beginners and intermediate players and leading through more challenging songs featuring unusual chord voicings, inversions up the neck, tricky fingerings and all the fun stuff the author could muster. to aid the student, the companion CD includes all of the songs taught. Includes chord charts, inversion studies, introductory material on finger-picking and making the transition from strumming to melodic playing.For an instrument thata#39;s only been around since the 1880s, the a#39;ukulele has developed a number of forms and tunings. On the mainland, most people play in one of two tunings: G-C-E-A (starting on the fourth string) or the slightly higher a Eastanbsp;...
|Title||:||Learn to Play Fingerstyle Solos for Ukulele|
|Author||:||Mark Kailana Nelson|
|Publisher||:||Mel Bay Publications - 2011-02-14|