Ukulele Workshops

Schedule | 2019
Fall East Coast Tour

Great VT Uke Gathering
Bristol, Vermont September 7
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Ukulele Sistas
Brattleboro, Vermont September 9
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The Lukuleles
Portland, Maine September 12
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ABQ Ukekopelli Fest
ABQ, New Mexico Sept. 27-29
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Workshop Offerings

The Emotional Value of Chords

Learning Songs The Fun Way: By Ear

Uke Jam By Ear

Play Ukulele By Ear #1
Hearing the I-IV-V

Play Ukulele By Ear #2
Chords & Circle of 5ths

Play Ukulele By Ear #3
Soloing

Picking Ukulele By Ear

Strumming Ukulele By Ear

3 Chord Magic

Magical Mystery Chords

Fab Four ’63-’64

Hank & Buck By Ear

Buddy Holly By Ear

The Crickets & The Beatles

The Jersey Boys By Ear

Neil Diamond Hits ’66-’71 By Ear

Carl Perkins Rockabilly By Ear

 

Julie Andrews Was Right. Learn Your Solfege!

Posted on: August 27th, 2009 by dville

Solfege is a system of attributing a syllable to each tone in a musical scale. Why learn solfege?
Getting to know the tones of the C Major Scale, for example, are best accomplished by becoming familiar with the voice of each tone. Can you recognize the familiar voice of a friend or loved one when they call on the phone? Of course you can. And with a little solfege training, when the C tone rings (or any other note in the scale), you will immediately recognize it like the voice of an old friend. Find the pattern of the C Major Scale on your uke by ear starting on the open 3rd string and let your ears guide you using the solfege.  The example in the video clip is in the key of Bb, however, the solfege pattern of each Major Scale is the same regardless of the key.

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Ukulele Tutorials

Playing By Ear


Play Ukulele By Ear 1
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Play Ukulele By Ear 1.5
Playing By The Numbers
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Play Ukulele By Ear 2
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Play Ukulele By Ear 3 NEW! Soloing DVD or Download more info

 


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