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Take a quantum leap forward in your understanding of ukulele chords and say goodbye to your old chord book! By unlocking the magic of the diminished seventh chord, one of the only chords on the ukulele that keeps the same shape and fingering for each of its four inversions, this eBook teaches players how to connect the dots between four inversions for practically any kind of seventh chord on the uke. (Intermediate to advanced.)
While many people use the ukulele to accompany themselves singing, some of us have not been blessed with the most sonorous of singing voices. This eBook teaches players how to simultaneously play chords and melodies on the uke, enabling them to perform recognizable renditions of the songs they love without disturbing the neighbors. A chord melody arrangement for "Amazing Grace" is included. (Intermediate to advanced.)
Since its inception in the early 20th Century, the Blues has influenced every style of American music that has followed. This eBook provides students with an understanding of its rhythms, harmonies, and the iconic 12-Bar Blues chord progression that is essential for playing jazz, swing, rock, and just about any other genre of American music. Topics covered include 7th chords and the 12-bar blues chord progression, swing rhythm, and the Blues scale. (Beginning to Intermediate.)
Triads, or three-note chords, are the building blocks of all chords on the ukulele, and expanding your understanding of them will set you free from having to rely on the same old first-position chords at your next jam session. This eBook examines how these three-note wonders are constructed and provides players with the ability to play major, minor, diminished, augmented, and suspended chords. Topics covered include intervals, chord qualities, and inversions. (Beginner to intermediate.)
Solo ukulele arrangement of the Bill Evans classic Waltz For Debby. (For low-G tuned ukulele). A performance of this arrangement can be viewed below.
Solo ukulele arrangement of Stevie Wonder's Sir Duke, for low-G tuned ukulele. A performance of this arrangement can be viewed on our YouTube channel by clicking here.