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Daily Ukulele, The

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Voicing/Format Ukulele
Desc A Jumpin' Jim's Songbook
Arranger Beloff/Beloff
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00240681

Price: $39.99

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Product Description

Daily Ukulele, The Arranged by Beloff/Beloff. For Ukulele. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00240681, UPC: 884088660031)

This super collection features 366 more well-known songs arranged for ukulele from the 1950s through today, by artists such as Carole King, Elton John, the Bee Gees, Stevie Wonder, the Beatles, Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, Michael Jackson and others, plus favorites from movies, Broadway, Motown and more! Just like the first Daily Ukulele book, all arrangements feature melody, lyrics and ukulele chord grids in uke-friendly keys. A special Ukulele 101 section, a chord chart, and vintage ukulele-themed photos round out the fun. Tunes include: Ain't No Sunshine · Anticipation · Bubbly · Calendar Girl · Come Monday · Falling Slowly · Hallelujah · I Got You Babe · Lean on Me · Moondance · Route 66 · Sweet Caroline · We Are the World · Y.M.C.A. and scores more! The Daily Ukulele: Leap Year Edition offers ukulele fun all year long - even on February 29th!

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