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Thread: Uke Syllabus for Beginners by a Beginner

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    Red face Uke Syllabus for Beginners by a Beginner

    Can a beginner write a Uke Syllabus for beginners?

    Yes! Here it is:

    http://www.lakesidepress.com/UkeSyllabus.pdf

    Writing it has helped me learn about the instrument. I hope it helps others as well.

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    Nice job, hope you don't mind my sharing it with my "Seniors" uke classes.

    Phil

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    Nice. Thanks for sharing. As you say, the very process of putting such a document together can be a valuable learning experience.

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    Many thanks for making this available to the masses.
    Trying to do justice to various musical instruments.

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    Nice work! Thanks for taking the time to put this together and sharing it.

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    Very nicely done! Thanks for making this available for folks.
    Richard from Reno
    soprano and concert guy

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    Excellent and interesting piece of work, thank you so much for sharing.
    Pono MCD

    KoAloha KTM-00

    Headcorn Ukulele Group http://www.headcornukulelegroup.org/

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    Good job! Thanks alot. I've been playing for years and don't read music. This helps.

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    Wow, this should be a sticky!

    I've been playing about 15 months and found most of this on my own, but you put it in a comprehensible package.

    I particularly needed the staff info. Thanks.

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    Agree this should be a sticky- there is a ton of excellent info here, very well explained. Well done! Thanks for sharing.

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