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Starting Ukulele (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Ukulele
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer Steven Sproat
Publisher Wise Publications
Catalog # 14031354

Price: $9.99

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Starting Ukulele (Bk/Cd) Composed by Steven Sproat. For Ukulele. Published by Wise Publications. (Catalog # 14031354, UPC: 884088427788)

The number one method for young ukulele players. All tunes have fantastic professionally recorded CD backing tracks. As you gradually become familiar with different techniques, you'll progress from strumming simple chords to performing complete tunes. The book includes full-color photographs and diagrams to make learning fast and fun. Written by Steven Sproat who is a ukulele player with considerable experience. He has broadcast on many radio stations including BBC Radio 2 and BBC Scotland. Steven has played at prestigious venues such as Ronnie Scott's in London, the Cheltenham Festival and the New York Ukulele Festival and is also a teacher – his most famous pupil being comedian Harry Hill!

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