$14.99
Alfred's MAX™ Ukulele Method
See It * Hear It * Play It
By Ron Manus and L. C. Harnsberger
Item: 00-38984
UPC: 038081433028
ISBN 10: 0739087029
ISBN 13: 9780739087022
PRICE: $14.99
Series: Alfred's MAX Series
Category: Ukulele Method or Supplement
Format: Book & DVD
Instrument: Ukulele
With Alfred's MAX Ukulele Method, you'll start with the basics like holding the ukulele, reading music and TAB, and playing chords. Styles covered include blues, rock, jazz, classical, folk, and more, and you'll hear every example performed by a live ukulele player. A DVD is included with every book in Alfred's MAX Series, offering maximum instruction at a minimum price. Now you won't just hear the music, you'll also see how it's done---making it very easy to learn to play. This is the best way to get started playing ukulele!
TITLE COMPOSER
The C Chord
Incomplete Measures
A-Tisket, A-Tasket
Eighth Notes
Jammin' with Eighth Notes
The Down-and-Up Stroke
1st String Blues
The G Chord
The D7 Chord
Calypso Strum
Introducing F-Sharp
The Sloop John B
Selecting Your Ukulele
The Right Hand: Strumming the Strings
Strumming with a Pick
Strumming with Your Fingers
Using Your Left Hand
4 Kinds of Notes
Time Signatures
Repeat Signs
Sound-Off: How to Count Time
Chord Diagrams
The First String A
Playing with A, B, and C
Extra Credit
Key Signatures
Ties
Down in the Valley
Getting Acquainted with Music
The Staff
Measures
Clefs
Reading TAB
The Third String C
Jammin' on Three Strings
Largo
Jingle Bells
Good Night Ladies
Ode to Joy
The Second String E
Jammin' on Two Strings
Hot Cross Buns
Blues in C
Rockin' Uke
Beautiful Brown Eyes
Introducing B-Flat
Aura Lee
Three-String Boogie
Tempo Signs
Three-Tempo Rockin' Uke
Quarter Rest
The C7 Chord
The F Chord
Dotted Quarter Notes
Cockels and Mussells
Clementine
The G7 Chord
Aloha 'Oe
Pitch Pipes and Electronic Tuners
When the Saints Go Marching In
Love Somebody
The Streets of Laredo
Placing a Finger on a String
How to Tune Your Ukulele
Tuning with the CD or DVD
Tuning the Ukulele to Itself
Hand Position
The Parts of Your Ukulele
How to Hold Your Ukulele
Standing
Sitting