Ukulele Workshops

Schedule | 2024 

NEW POP UP UKE COMING IN JUNE!

UkeWest Festival Concert via Zoom
May 25, 2024

Pacific Northwest Workshop Tour
Sponsored by Ukulele Magazine

Davis Community Church
Davis, California
May 28, 2024

Jacksonville Oregon Workshop
June 1, 2024

Eugene Oregon Workshop
June 8, 2024

Lake Oswego Oregon Workshop
June 9, 2024

Portland Oregon Art Studio Workshop
June 11, 2024

Artichoke Music Workshop
June 13, 2024 Portland, Oregon

Wooden Cross Lutheran Church
June 15, 2024 Woodinville, Washington

Birdhouse Studio
June 16, 2024 Bellingham, Washington

Ukesta Spokane
June 18, 2024 Spokane, Washington

Kamloops Summer Festival
Sorrento Retreat, British Columbia
June 19-23, 2024

Pentiction Ukulele Group
June 26, 2024 Penticton, BC, Canada

Wandering Ukulele Workshop Tour 2024

Des Moines Ukulele Strummers
Urbandale, Iowa
July 13, 2024

Kansas City Ukesters
Prairie Village, Kansas
July 16, 2024

Normal, Illinois Group
Normal, Illinois
July 20, 2024

Cheezland Ukulele Band
La Crosse, Wisconsin
July 24, 2024

Old Town School of Folk Music
Chicago, Illinois
July 25, 2024

Highland Community Center
Highland, Indiana
July 27, 2024

Elderly Instruments
E. Lansing, Michigan
August 3, 2024

Reno Ukulele Festival
Sparks, Nevada
October 9-12, 2024

BECOME A POP UP UKE PATRON FOR ONLY $12 PER MONTH!

Become a Patron!

 

 

Weekly Interval #25: Chromatic Exercise

Posted on: January 2nd, 2011 by dville

This week on the Weekly Interval we’ll practice the twelve ascending intervals in order. We’ll start on the root of the C Major Scale and ascend the scale while singing the Chromatic Solfege Syllables. Remember to start each two-note group with the root tone C. Notice the friendly and even sounding Major Scale Intervals as opposed to the Blue Note sound of the Chromatic Intervals.

Key of C Major Ascending Chromatic Interval Exercise:

1: Do-Di (#1/b2)
2: Do-Re Major Scale Interval
3: Do-Ri (#2/b3)
4: Do-Mi Major Scale Interval
5: Do-Fa Major Scale Interval
6: Do-Fi (#4/b5)
7: Do-Sol Major Scale Interval
8: Do-Si (#5/b6)
9: Do-La Major Scale Interval
10: Do-Li (#6/b7)
11: Do-Ti Major Scale Interval
12: Do-Do Major Scale Interval

One Response

  1. Libby Wheeler says:

    OK. Did this one. Eventually understood the symbols–I’m going up a half tone to the sharps or down a half tone to the flats, right? i.e. I’m playing the 2nd interval #, or the 3rd interval b? Now I’ll name the notes as I play. Is that a good idea? Or should I just be singing the solfage syllables? Libby

Ukulele Tutorials

Playing By Ear


Play Ukulele By Ear 1
Vol. 1 DVD or Download
more info


Play Ukulele By Ear 1.5
Playing By The Numbers
Download Only
more info


Play Ukulele By Ear 2
Download Only
more info


Play Ukulele By Ear 3 Download Only
more info

 


see all products
& descriptions

read reviews


© 2012-2024 Jim d'Ville play ukulele by ear  |  graphics and layout by lindesign  |  built and maintained by Gray's Web Design