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Play Ukulele Today! Level 1 Uke Book/Cd (Anglais) Broché – 1 janvier 2000
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Play Ukulele Today! Est une superbe méthode autodidacte qui propose des instructions d'excellente qualité, de superbes chansons et un CD professionnel avec 61 pistes de démo intégrales. Cette méthode pour ukulélé peut à la fois être utilisée par des étudiants autodidactes ou par des professeurs dans le cadre de leur cours privé ou en groupe. Il vous suffit de tout simplement suivre les conseils et les leçons du livre tout en écoutant les instructions du professeur sur le CD. Écrit par Barrett Tagliarino, cette méthode présente un guide complet des bases de l'instrument: Chansons, accords et mélodies Picking et strumming Astuces et techniques Écriture musicale Comptant plus de 61 chansons et exemples, cette édition vous permet d'apprendre à votre propre rythme et vous ouvre les portes de l'univers du ukulélé !
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I really like this book for beginners
20 septembre 2016 - Publié sur Amazon.com
5 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
I really like this book for beginners. I just got a ukulele and have never played a string instrument before and I thought it was really helpful. The only thing that I think could have been better is the chord glossary. I wish it was more complete. I end up having to look up chords online because it doesn't have them all in the book. Other than that I really enjoyed this book.
I am happily surprised - she loves it
2 novembre 2015 - Publié sur Amazon.com
6 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
My 18 year old daughter decided to buy a ukulele and teach herself to play. She ordered this book and only 2 weeks into it, is playing very well. I am happily surprised - she loves it. She does have a bit of background in beginning piano and can read music like a pro, in case that's relevant.
I'm glad it doesn't start out with calling me idiot or dummy !
12 novembre 2015 - Publié sur Amazon.com
26 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
I have no musical background and this fits the bill for someone like me to learn how to play this fun instrument. It starts with some very fundamental stuff like EGBDF and FACE which I think I learned in 3rd grade. It allows you to learn at your own pace. It comes with a CD so you can hear how things are supposed to sound. I'm having a lot of fun with it. There are apparently more advanced books in this line so I will have to check them out when I'm ready to advance past this beginners book. Give it a try !
Perfect for a beginner
11 janvier 2018 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Une personne a trouvé cela utile.
I was surprised how easy and quickly this got me making noises that are somewhat pleasant. Previous attempts at learning instruments had been horrible failures. I recommend this to any beginners or people who want to try the uke. People who have experience with a guitar or bass will probably find this way too simple for them. If you're on the fence about learning uke, I recommend it, the instrument is small, portable, easy to get started, and sounds decent.
I am lovin' this book and CD set
28 juillet 2011 - Publié sur Amazon.com
56 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
So I got a ukulele. Saw the movie "The Might Uke" and couldn't stop smiling, and that is what the ukulele can be all about really. Impressive performances by some of the virtuosi on the instrument notwithstanding, it is a heck of a lot of just plain fun for lots of folks. I know I need lessons though, so I combed the webs for a good book. This one is one of the books I purchased, and my hands down favorite. It starts with a rundown of the instrument, how to hold it etc., and a bit of musical generalities that any musician needs to know. I have previous musical training on a few instruments and some passing acquaintance with the guitar, so I am not a rank beginner musically speaking, but certainly am on the ukulele. The best part of this method is that it DOES start with chords and little melodies while you learn to plink the chords. Yet there is a good foundation. My one problem with this book and with the others I have is that I think they should group the chords by the key in which they are found most commonly, which although they do, they don't make this clear by naming the key. I am going to have to do some transposing and I think that key identification is really pivotal. If I were a rank beginner at music I wouldn't have a clue about key. My Hal Leonard method lesson book starts with notes. You play notes. Now that is fine, but most people want to strum chords. Now, the best part of all - the CD. I find it easy to follow along, and the tuning track is great - I do that one each evening when I start practice. I love that you can suck the CD into your iTunes and play each track over and over as you need it. I think this was a super good deal as to price and a tremendous value and so much better than than the Hal Leonard book for starting out for me. I actually use both books. First this one, and then I do several pages from the Hal Leonard book as well. It is more like your stodgy beginner piano book you might have bad memories of though! Luckily, at my age, no one is making me do this, so both books provide a balanced approach. This one's CD though makes it the ONE book you will enjoy the most if you only buy the one. As to buyers complaints about practice pieces, there are several really inexpensive books of just that - beginner songs. Hal Leonard one is the one I bought to accompany the Hal Leonard lesson book. Then there is a huge 365 songs song book that I have to admit I also purchased. AMAZON has a 4 for three deal going on and I got all three books here with another non-music book and got that deal. GREAT WORK AMAZON!Hal Leonard Ukulele Method Book 1Easy Songs for Ukulele Supplementary Songbook to the Hal Leonard Ukulele Method