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Alfred's Kid's Ukulele Course Complete
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Alfred's Kid's Ukulele Course Complete

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Ukulele
Desc Bk/Mp3/Cd
Composer Ron Manus
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 40521

Price: $25.99

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Alfred's Kid's Ukulele Course Complete Composed by Ron Manus. For Ukulele. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 40521, UPC: 038081452302)

Alfred s Kid s Ukulele Course is a fun method that teaches kids to play songs on the ukulele right away. This complete edition combines levels 1 and 2 with the activity pages of the Notespeller, and includes an accompanying MP3 CD so they always know how the music should sound. Each lesson on every page is explained in plain language that s easy to understand. Plus, kids get to learn from three irresistible guitar experts---a clever classical dog, one cool jazz cat, and a friendly alligator who loves the blues. They keep kids' attention focused by pointing out what s important on each page and help them learn by making music fun! Parents can be effective guides to help their children through this course, even if they ve never had any musical training themselves. Teachers can even use this course in their classroom at school. Now get ready to take the first, best step toward a lifetime of musical enjoyment

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