Free eBook The Ukulele Songbook: 50 All Time ClassicsAuthor Thomas Balinger – Vivefutbol.co

Thomas BalingerThe Ukulele Songbook All Time Classics New Edition This Book Features Songs Known And Loved The World Over, Arranged For Ukulele From Amazing Grace And Camptown Races To Banks Of The Ohio Or Scarborough Fair Songs Every Ukulele Player Simply Has To Know Arranged For Ukulele In C Tuning G C E AEach Song Features Melody In Standard Notation And Tablature Chord Symbols For All Instruments Complete Lyrics And Chord Diagrams For UkuleleA Handy Compendium Of The Most Basic Chords And Easy Strumming Patterns For Song Accompaniment Truly Makes This The Ukulele Players Indispensable Companion Songs Amazing Grace Jingle Bells Down By The Riverside Yankee Doodle Jolly Good Fellow My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean Oh Susanna Old McDonald Had A Farm Go, Tell It On The Mountain Deck The Halls Auld Lang Syne Aura Lee Clementine Shortnin Bread Careless Love House Of The Rising Sun When The Saints Go Marchin In She Ll Be Coming Round The Mountain Michael, Row The Boat Ashore Tom Dooley Little Brown Jug Swing Low, Sweet Chariot Good Night, Ladies The Yellow Rose Of Texas Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star Give Me That Old Time Religion Scarborough Fair Joshua Fit The Battle Of Jericho Ode To Joy The John B Sails Buffalo Gals Wayfaring Stranger The Streets Of Laredo Brahms Lullaby I M On My Way La Donna E Mobile Banks Of The Ohio We Wish You A Merry Christmas Barcarole Home On The Range Morning Has Broken Kum Ba Yah What Shall We Do With The Drunken Sailor Skip To My Lou Camptown Races The Wild Rover The Water Is Wide Barbara Allen Day O Banana Boat Song Nobody Knows The Trouble


6 thoughts on “The Ukulele Songbook: 50 All Time Classics

  1. says:

    Esta bien para empezar Es un cancionero tradicional americano o ingl s, no se realmente Todas las canciones son f ciles, con doa alteraciones como mucho Viene escrita la melod a y arriba los acordes con los que puedes acompa ar la canci n El libro es de buena calidad, papel grueso y bien impreso Yo lo compr para trabajar canciones con ni os de primaria acompa ndolas con el Ukulele y como las melod as son cortas y pegadizas, me fue muy bien Lo recomiendo.


  2. says:

    Pretty good variety, and I love the way it is put together Every song has the melody in standard notation and in tabs, chord symbols and chord diagrams for Ukelele Very, very nice The ukulele chord diagrams are laid out perpendicular to the way I am used to, but that s just something you get used to, not a negative.I d give it a 5 star rating, but I have found a few mistakes a chord is obviously missing in some places, or rarely only once that I ve found they just plain put the wrong chord Sounded terrible Needed a D7, not a D There are several songs that a different chord sounded a little better, so I just wrote in those chords next to the others as an alternative.One of the things I really like about this book, too, is that there is a whole section on different strumming patterns, a section for picking patterns, as well as a basic chords chart Really nice for a beginner, like me.


  3. says:

    It is a good beginner book It has a lot of the folksy songs in it The cord charts are a bit confusing at first Instead of having the fretboard verticle like most books do, they turn it horizontal At least for me, it s easier with verticle cord charts are easier to read The book is made of very high quality, sturdy paper cover so it can handle being taken out and about.


  4. says:

    Excellent book for uke beginners advanced beginners Songs have from 2 9 chords, although most have 3 5 As in all of Balinger s uke books, there is a wonderful section in the back with helpful strumming patterns and finger picking patterns for those who want to play beyond beginner strumming.


  5. says:

    This guy couldn t have actually played these tunes before printing this revised edition Man what lame chord changes Chord errors abound on these simple, simple tunes He puts is extra chords that just don t fit Does allow returns on music books


  6. says:

    With my styling of playing I can usually just look up the lyrics and chords for any song and play it I also have found most of the song choices in the Daily Ukulele to be very playable This work is just not very interesting as far as song choices go Also the choice of keys might be questioned Several songs I play are much easier in other keys What is done fairly well is the tablature for picking individual melodies But to that I would note that the author primarily only uses the C, E, and A strings.