Ukulele tutor DVD

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Jumpin' Jim Beloff, who has done more than anyone for the worldwide resurgence in the uke's popularity, teaches a dozen timeless songs. His idea: novice and intermediate players will improve by playing these classics. 1 hour, 20 minutes.


The Ukulele has never been more popular, and Fred Sokolow's relaxed, user-friendly teaching style makes it easy to learn. In this lesson, Fred takes you to the next level beyond simple strumming.

You'll learn more first position chords as well as moveable (up-the-neck) chords. He shows you somefingerpicking accompaniment patterns, a few major scales, and how to play a 12-bar blues in any key. You'll also learn how to pick out melodies and play some beautiful chord/melody solos. Tunes include TumblingTumbleweeds,Tennessee Waltz, Route 66, Not Fade Away, A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody, See See Rider and more.

Fred slows all the tunes down and breaks them down so they're easy to learn. You'll also enjoy his “uke lore,”stories about the the songs and the players. All the songs are written out in tab and music, with chord grids as well. Whether you're a novice or a uke player wanting more repertoire and technique, there's plenty here for you.It's a great way to expand your horizons on this wonderful instrument.


The Hal Leonard Ukulele Method is designed for anyone learning to play the ukulele. Acclaimed performer and uke master Lil' Rev teaches the basics of the ukulele and explains tuning, single-note melodies, chords and strumming, and gives practice tips. The on-screen musical examples will help you play the ukulele in no time! Easy songs to play include: Go Tell Aunt Rhody · Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star · Aura Lee · Shortnin' Bread · Hush Little Baby · Boil 'Em Cabbage Down · Beautiful Brown Eyes · Rolling · Paw-Paw Patch · Shave and a Haircut · Doo-Wop Uke · Sinner Man. 50 minutes.


This instructional DVD presents Daniel Ho's unique and creative Ukulele method in an entertaining and easy-to-understand format

See the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain as never before. A Documentary on 'The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain's' first tour of Australia. 64 Mins DVD plus an 'Extras' DVD.

A basic guide to playing ukulele. Here's a DVD for anyone who loves the Uke! It's instructional, entertaining and educational all at once.


Moving beyond the basics.In this long-awaited follow-up to volume 1, Jim teaches chord shapes and progressions, complex strums and accompaniments to some of the most beloved songs in popular music history.


This lesson by two of the ukulele's most enthusiastic proponents will get anyone started on this popular instrument - even those who have never played anything before! This friendly, joyful lesson teaches first chords, strumming patterns, and songs such as The More We Get Together, Home on the Range and You Are My Sunshine to beginning musicians. ONE HOUR • LEVEL 1 • INCLUDES MUSIC + TAB ON DISC


Kate and Steve, widely known as the Ukalaliens, bring their novice players to the next level, teaching new chords, keys, strums and picking patterns.


Director Tony Coleman and producer Margaret Meagher travelled the world for two years to discover why so many people of different nations, cultures, ages and musical tastes are turning to the ukulele to express themselves, and to connect with each other. This fascinating documentary is packed with music and includes performances from many artists, including Jake Shimabukuro. An official selection of several prestigious film festivals, it's been featured on National Public Radio, Canada's National Radio Network, as well as in broadcast and print media throughout North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. The DVD is packed with bonus features, including ten additional short films about the ukulele, and a lesson with virtuoso and educator James Hill.


This 92 minute lesson teaches and celebrates the songs of Uke legends players and singers who popularized the instrument and innovators who took it to new musical heights. You'll learn backup and solos to classic tunes (including a few instrumentals) by Cliff Edwards ( Singing In the Rain ), George Formby ( My Ukulele ), Johnny Marvin ( 12th Street Rag ), Arthur Godfrey ( Making Love Ukulele Style ), Ian Whitcomb ( The Uke Is On the March ), Tiny Tim ( Tiptoe Through the Tulips ) and Roy Smeck ( Music Box Waltz ). There are plenty of beautiful chord melody solos along the way, as well as stories about Uke's trailblazers. Fred makes it easy to learn, with split-screen,slowed down versions of the songs and helpful hints about the licks and picking styles.