This fingerstyle arrangement is an elegant adaption of a timeless Christmas song.
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One of the most famous piano compositions to come out of the Ragtime era.
A cheerful take on a timeless Christmas carol; our arrangement is perfect for the beginners first foray into chord melody.
“The Irish Washerwoman” is a traditional Irish Jig. It is a modal tune revolving around two chords, except during the walk down in the ‘B Melody’.
“The Little Drummer Boy” is a Christmas classic. Our arrangement features harmonies that walk the melody up and down while keeping a steady drum-like beat throughout.
“The Munsters Theme” features catchy melodies and a very cool chord progression in the B Melody. In the tab, I have labeled the arrangement into three parts: A, B, and C Melody.
“The Pink Panther Theme” is a jazz infused movie theme that has engraved itself into pop culture. Our arrangement makes use of percussive effects, syncopated rhythm hits, and dynamics to create an accurate tribute to the original recording.
A timeless melody; this arrangement has you playing through the form of the song twice, once fingerpicked and once strummed.
This fingerstyle arrangement pays homage to America’s national anthem.
The theme song to the hit TV show, this piece uses only 3 chords to conjure up feelings of suspense and fright.
A playful take on one of Frank Sinatra’s most cherished songs. We’ve arranged this song as a two-parter, where the first half is a chord melody, while the second half is meant for vocal accompaniment.
A popular request on Rock Class 101, this arrangement features various techniques and a percussive backbeat.
A classic Bob Marley tune and one that fits well on the uke!
In our very first “Thumb Etude”, we will be combining interesting rhythms with a touch of Eastern music to create a unique sounding piece.
Probably the first name that comes to mind when you mention ukulele to someone is Tiny Tim. As goofy as he was, the man was an excellent musician. Not many people are aware that Tiny Tim did not write this song. Though, my arrangement is based on his version.