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Thread: Uke Syllabus for Beginners by a Beginner

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    Nice piece of work! The best way to learn anything is to teach it!

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    Thanks. Learning theory is making my head hurt. Let's see if this has some other ways for it to click. Playing any songs seems to make me nuts without it. I've often not known the songs in some of these books, so I'm clueless as to figuring out strumming patterns or bpm. I guess I'll just keep at it. If anything has me giving up uke it's that the theory makes no sense for the most part.

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    You don't need to know much theory at all to play the uke.

    Knowing where the notes are located for playing melodies - a fretboard map shows you where they are.

    A chord chart shows you where to place your fingers - & then you just need to learn to hit the strings up & down, rhythm usually comes as second nature.

    Combining all three together is the tricky bit.
    Trying to do justice to various musical instruments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pereira View Post
    Piano Or ukelele? Which can be the most entertaining?
    Both.
    Beides (for 10)

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    Quote Originally Posted by joramy View Post
    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.
    Wow - perfect - as a complete novice this is just what I've been looking for
    Thank you
    VikkiB

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    Very impressive, and thorough. Thanks for sharing it!

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