What do Elvis Presley, Bette Midler, and Bob Seger have in common? They all have played the ukulele and you can too! Learn to read music, play melodies and chords, and strum patterns to familiar songs. This book is a proven text used at Bellermine University, written by Mary Lou Dempler. No you don't have to read music to play. This book promotes ukulele tablature. You can play lead to songs and sound like a professional musician. Don't just play chords.
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Mary Lou Dempler, a professional musician, who began her musical career at age seven at the Ursuline School of Music in Louisville, KY. She majored in music throughout her college years. In addition to a 20 year teaching career, in 1997 she was recipient of the Duesquene University Scholarship for guitar instructors. In the fall of 1998, she attended a ukulele workshop at Harvard University. She has created the ukulele tablature method and written this book. She founded L.U.A.U. [Louisville Ukulele Association Unlimited], has produced two Ukulele CDs, and is the owner of ukulelemadeeasy.com. She is a ukulele enthusiast who promotes the instrument through class instruction, authoring books, creating cassettes and CDs, the website [ukulelemadeeasy.com], her own ukulele [LOU LOU], and a ukulele society [L.U.A.U.].
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