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ukulelelearner
08-17-2012, 05:57 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPlQ1wc88P0&feature=plcp

I love this song and listening to it brings a smile to my face. I hope this can put the light back in your eyes!

Annemarie

coolkayaker1
08-17-2012, 06:47 PM
Annemarie, that's pleasant to hear, and skillful. You have a facile way with the strings, young lady. Good work. Takes loads of practice, I'm sure.

Newportlocal
08-17-2012, 09:42 PM
You did I very nice job!

ukulelelearner
08-18-2012, 04:19 AM
Annemarie, that's pleasant to hear, and skillful. You have a facile way with the strings, young lady. Good work. Takes loads of practice, I'm sure.


You did I very nice job!

Thank you for watching!

v30
08-18-2012, 09:18 AM
Nicely done!

Scott S.
08-18-2012, 09:37 AM
I enjoy that a lot. Now I have the next song I'm going to learn. Thanks!

ukulelelearner
08-18-2012, 12:36 PM
Thanks! If you need help, I'd be happy to help you!

ItsMrPitchy
08-18-2012, 01:07 PM
That was great thank you for sharing.

UkuEroll
08-19-2012, 02:13 AM
Annemarie that was another goodie. I notice like me you don't like to show your face, but unlike me you've got nothing to hide from! Great stuff, look forward to watching you progress.

Leroy

ukulelelearner
08-19-2012, 04:03 AM
Annemarie that was another goodie. I notice like me you don't like to show your face, but unlike me you've got nothing to hide from! Great stuff, look forward to watching you progress.

Leroy

I like to give a close up of my playing so others can learn from it. I'll probably zoom out once I get to college and am in a practice room, but we'll see. Thanks for watching, I can't wait for your next vids!

webby
08-19-2012, 03:31 PM
Arrrrrrrrrg... I just had a flashback to my childhood in England, scout camps, jolly jamborees, holiday activities for the beige, sunday school, pedophile vicars, frozen rainy mornings walking to school in the half grey light of a winters bleak and miserable gloom.

Thrashings!!!, I bet a lot of you modern young whipper snappers have never had a good thrashing, (A good sound one with with a cane across frozen fingers and buttocks) which is sad because it would probably do you good, instead of wrapping little johnny up in cotton wool and rushing out get him pumped full of Ritalin because he refuses to concentrate on anything for more than 3 minutes, that's not a mental illness it's a discipline problem ! the little brat needs its fingers stinging for an hour with birch welts, that would give the little poof something to think about that isn't switch offable with the press of a remote. Give them a hiding instead of a new wii game and a bucket of chicken wings fried in butter to stuff there mollycoddled faces into.

Being forced to wear cardigans and brown sensible shoes as we were made to endure Methodist sermons about guilt, sin, immorality and more guilt, did I mention guilt ?, lol, Fuzzy Felt bible stories and adults in crimpolene safari suits and big sunday best hats singing religious nursery rhymes in a freezing church hall paid for by the tithes and grovellings of the weakest and most gullible among us.

Upturned scabby faces of a dozen trembling waifs with their heads all painted purple cos they had ringworm all singing "Jesus wants me for a sunbeam" in a land where isolation, cold and misery had banished the sun forever.

I once was dragged to a christian weekend adventure outing for boys on Dartmoor where no one had warm enough clothing, it rained constantly, the sandwiches were spam and tomato sauce and the guy in charge was a sadistic sick twisted pervert would have been thrown out of Al Quaida for cruelty, not content with bullying the smaller children until they were shaking puddles of fear this bastard had us do an 8 mile hike to the top of hounds tor marching in single file through a blizzard, and the song we were all beaten into singing on this death march of the damned ??? "THIS LITTLE LIGHT OF MINE"

Don't mind me though, you played it really well :)

coolkayaker1
08-19-2012, 05:45 PM
Annemarie that was another goodie. I notice like me you don't like to show your face, but unlike me you've got nothing to hide from! Great stuff, look forward to watching you progress.
Leroy

She shows her face on many of her other youtube videos. Pleasing on the ears and the eyes. :) Subscribe, Leroy. She puts out a nice video every week or so. I love the one entitled Malaguena, a famous traditional Spanish song.

ukulelelearner
08-19-2012, 06:13 PM
She shows her face on many of her other youtube videos. Pleasing on the ears and the eyes. :) Subscribe, Leroy. She puts out a nice video every week or so. I love the one entitled Malaguena, a famous traditional Spanish song.

Hahah, thank you! There are many more videos coming. In fact, I have filmed a lot (because I'm starting college in a couple days so I didn't know what kind of time I'd have to play my uke and make videos. I wanted to make sure I still had videos coming out!)

I'm glad you like Malaguena, it's such a great song and it's very fun to play. If you don't already know it, I could do a tutorial of it for you!:)

coolkayaker1
08-19-2012, 06:59 PM
Hahah, thank you! There are many more videos coming. In fact, I have filmed a lot (because I'm starting college in a couple days so I didn't know what kind of time I'd have to play my uke and make videos. I wanted to make sure I still had videos coming out!)

I'm glad you like Malaguena, it's such a great song and it's very fun to play. If you don't already know it, I could do a tutorial of it for you!:)

A video tutorial would be great bc there's not one for ukulele on youtube yet (except in Spanish!). It's so classic, and so pretty and a fairly brief song, so upstarts like me might be able to play it.