Songs, Strums and Styles for Ukulele and Classroom Instruments
Playing songs on the ukulele is a perfect introduction to playing harmony, singing with others, and experiencing rhythms of different music styles. These songs for ukulele and classroom instruments progress from one chord and a downstroke strum to switching from chord-to-chord using a pop shuffle building skills sequentially. Each song shows the chord frames used, finger placement pictures, suggested chord strums, and notation. Includes digital access to performance/accompaniment audio recordings, audio examples of strums, and PDFs of singer and pitched classroom instrument parts.
Songs were originally in Music Express Magazine.
- Row, Row, Row Your Boat (with "Are You Sleeping?")
- Hey, Ho! Shalom
- Hey Lolly, Lolly
- He's Got the Whole World in HIs Hands
- Jammin' Bells
- This Train/The Crawdad Song
- Rockin' Robin
- C.C. Rider
- This Old Man
- Sinner Man
- Ukulele Jukebox