Havana drew me in and now I’m a member! I am wondering if this song works for low G up til the rasqueado… seems like it?
I am so excited about this song – I see it as a doable challenge (that will take a while!). I appreciate your attention to detail and your way of organizing the lesson. Feel like I have found a teacher! Thanks
Hi ME, thank you so much for the kind words 🙂 I’m happy that you have joined our community!
Actually, that song should work really well for low G. I just looked over it and I’m not seeing anything that would clash or sound weird. I’m actually planning to introduce low G lessons this year. We sent out a survey at the end of last year and there was a big demand for low G lessons. So I’m really looking forward to jumping into that.
It’s hard for me to say when it’s going to happen, because honestly I had planned to introduce it in October and here we are knocking on February’s door. Soon hopefully!
It’s just an octave lower g string, Correct me if I’m wrong, but I don’t think it’s a problem for a soprano. On the other hand, if it gives you excuse to buy another ukulele, um, yeah, definitely need a bigger uke! 😀
Another Havana question, this one about notation. Could you clarify what it means when a note is in parentheses? An example is measure 3 – on the second best the A note is in parentheses and it is played. Why the parentheses?
This song continues to challenge me… I leave it alone for a while but keep coming back to it!