Friday, August 26, 2016

UKULELE LOVE

LOVE strings! -- violins, guitars, violas, dulcimers, cellos, mandolins, basses, harps, banjos, and UKULELES. During my career as a musician and music educator, I've grown to appreciate the ukulele because of the simple pleasures and hands-on learning it provides. 

Over the years, I've collected and created a folk repertoire for teaching ukulele, based on a natural learning sequence and common patterns. Whether you're a teacher or student, I hope you find this site useful and enjoyable!  
This is my offering to parents, children, self-starters and music educators. All material on this site is protected by an international Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 License.C-ND

This means that if you use my materials in other than home or classroom settings, credit must be given for my work. Commercial use is not allowed, and you may not claim any part of this work as your own nor alter it. My logo / blog URL should be included on any copies you make or share: http://ukulelenotes.blogspot.com/. (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0)

Click on the tabs in the menu bar to explore resources by keys, concepts, and levels. Use the index below to guide the learning/teaching sequence. You may click on the embedded pages to enlarge them for projection or printing. Enjoy!

             ~ Jeri