$19.99
The Complete Ukulele Method: Intermediate Ukulele
By Greg Horne and Shana Aisenberg / ed. Daniel Ho
Item: 00-40919
UPC: 038081459103
ISBN 10: 0739095498
ISBN 13: 9780739095492
PRICE: $19.99
Series: Complete Method
Category: Ukulele Method or Supplement
Format: Book & DVD
Instrument: Ukulele
The second book and DVD in The Complete Ukulele method!
Intermediate Ukulele is great for ukulele players who have learned the basics and are ready to take the next step. Starting with an easy-to-follow lesson on chord theory, it then covers several major areas of study, including grooves, the blues, playing melodies and chord-melodies, and even jazz! Perform both the melodies and accompaniments for timeless classics like "Amazing Grace" and "Greensleeves." Then start jamming, as you learn to improvise using pentatonic scales. Greg Horne and Shana Aisenberg together with editor and video instructor Daniel Ho make learning easy and fun while you become a true ukulelist!
Features:
* Examples in easy-to-read TAB and standard music notation
* Songs and solos to practice
* Special ukulele strums and other right-hand techniques, such as fingerstyle and picking
* Left-hand techniques, including hammer-ons, pull-offs, and slides
* Topics such as music theory, improvising, and how to practice
* Lessons on ukulele styles, including folk, Hawaiian, rock, blues, and more!
TITLE COMPOSER
Lesson 4: Aura Lee
Introduction
Lesson 2: Has Anybody Seen My Uke? (32-Bar Progression)
Aura Lee
Lesson 5: Oh! Susanna
Oh! Susanna
Chapter 5---3rds and 6ths
Lesson 2: Amazing Grace (Chord-Melody)
Amazing Grace (Chord-Melody)
Lesson 3: Ashgrove (Chord-Melody)
Ashgrove (Chord-Melody)
Lesson 5: Diminished 7th Chords
Lesson 6: I-IV-V Progressions Using Moveable Shapes
Louie's Wild Thing
Lesson 7: I-vi-ii-V
Lesson 1: Jamming On the Blues
Lesson 2: Pentatonic Scales
Lesson 3: Soloing Using the Minor Pentatonic Scale
Lesson 4: Soloing Using the Major Pentatonic Scale
There Must Be Fifty Ways (to Leave the Fifties) in F
Lesson 8: i-VII-VI
All Along the Stairway
All Along the Stairway in D Minor
Chapter 2---Expanding Your Groove Palette
Lesson 1: Groove Concepts
Lesson 2: Rhythms Using Triplets
Lesson 3: 3+3+2
Lesson 4: Split Strum
Lesson 1: 12-Bar Blues
Lesson 2: 16-Bar Blues
Lesson 3: 8-Bar Blues
Lesson 4: Turnarounds
Lesson 5: Circle of 5ths Blues Progressions
Alice's Red Hot Electric Rag (Fingerstyle Version)
Lesson 3: Banjo Rolls
Rolling Down That Long Lonesome Road
Ode to Joy (Harmonized in 3rds)
Lesson 2: 6ths
Ode to Joy (Harmonized in 6ths)
Chapter 6---Fingerstyle Uke
Lesson 1: Fingerpicking Patterns
Salty Dog Blues
Lesson 6: Jazzin' the Blues
Lesson 7: 16-Bar Ragtime Blues
Alice's Red Hot Electric Rag
Chapter 4---Melodic Playing
Lesson 5: House of the Rising Uke
House of the Rising Uke
Chapter 7---On the Other Hand: Tricks and Techniques for the Fretting Hand
Lesson 1: Hammer-Ons
Lesson 5: Bo Diddley Beat, or Clave
Lesson 6: 3/4 and 6/8 Time Signatures
Chapter 3---Kind of Blue
Oh! Susanna (Chord-Melody)
Lesson 4: Greensleeves (Chord-Melody)
About the Authors
Greensleeves (Chord-Melody)
Chapter 9---Getting Jazzy 53
Lesson 1: Everything You Wanted to Know About Jazz
Lesson 2: Pull-Offs
Lesson 3: Combining Hammer-Ons and Pull-Offs
Lesson 4: Slides
Lesson 5: Bending Strings and Vibrato
Lesson 6: Ashgrove (Using Hammer-Ons and Pull-Offs)
Lesson 2: Alice's Red Hot Electric Rag (Fingerstyle Version)
Ashgrove
Lesson 4: Fingerpicking in 3/4 and 6/8 Time
Lesson 7: Sitting on Top of the World (Using Sliding)
Sitting on Top of the World
Chapter 8---Chord-Melody
Lesson 1: Chord-Melody Style
Lesson 1: 3rds
Lesson 2: Playing Melodies
Amazing Grace
Red River Valley
Lesson 3: Scales up the Neck
Chapter 1---The World A'Chording to Uke
Lesson 1: Theory and Major Triad Inversions
Lesson 2: Minor Inversions
Lesson 3: Diminished and Augmented Triads
Has Anybody Seen My Uke?
Lesson 3: Uke's Got Rhythm Changes
Uke's Got Rhythm
Lesson 4: Gypsy Jazz
Lesson 4: Dominant 7th Chords
Chapter 10---Let's Jam
There Must Be Fifty Ways (to Leave the Fifties)
Lesson 5: Combining Major Pentatonic, Minor Pentatonic, and Blues Scales in a Solo
Lesson 1: Open-Position Scales