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Uke N Sing, Part 2, Session 3

Uke N Sing, Part 2, Session 3

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Susie Davies-Splitter

August 25, 2021
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  1. SESSION 3 UKE N SING COURSE PART 2

  2. GOALS SESSION 3 ¡ Revise G & D7, C F

    and G7 chords ¡ Revise scales – C pentatonic and C major scale ¡ Revise TAB – tablature ¡ New scale – C blues ¡ Improvise over a 12 bar blues using notes from the blues scale ¡ New chords – Dm, E dim and A7 ¡ Revise strumming patterns – duck, chicken, samba, swing and reggae ¡ Revise finger picking accompaniments (FPA) with TIMR fingers ¡ Finger pick melodies with thumb and felt plectrum and read the TAB ¡ New songs with actions, movement, body percussion, solfa, and hand signs ¡ New strum – tango ¡ Techniques –ostinato and canon ¡ Revise how to read chord diagrams – Dm, E dim and A7 and chord charts
  3. REVISION

  4. FRUITY SAMBA Chord chart 4/4 ||: G / / X

    | D7 / / X | / / / X | G / / X :|| Samba strum d d d X :II Swing Strum Ta ti ta ti ti ti d d u u d u :II Recorded on Blackbelt Ukulele 2 Reggae strum X ti ti , X taa per bar
  5. C DOH OR MAJOR PENTATONIC SCALE – C D E

    G A C Cool (do) Ducks (re) Eat (mi) Grubs (so) And (la) Corn (do) A pentatonic scale - a scale of 5 notes that sounds harmonious in any combination Sing all scales with solfa and hand signs Play with right hand thumb then TIMR fingering Play ascending and descending with the different patterns Recorded on Blackbelt Ukulele 2
  6. C MAJOR SCALE – C D E F G A

    B C Cool (do) Ducks (re) Eat (mi) Fried (fa) Grubs (so) And (la) Baked (ti) Corn (do) Sing with solfa and hand signs Play with right hand thumb then TIMR fingering Play ascending and descending with the different patterns Recorded on Blackbelt Ukulele 2
  7. Cool (la) Elks (do) Flip (re) Fat (ri) Grubs (mi)

    & Burnt (so) Corn (la) Sing with solfa and hand signs Play with right hand thumb then felt plectrum Play ascending and descending with the different patterns C Minor Blues Scale – C Eb F F# G Bb C What is a flat (b) in music? Lowers the note/pitch by one semitone What is a sharp (#) in music? Raises the note/pitch by one semitone Recorded on Blackbelt Ukulele 2
  8. Clap the responses and add movements Strum the responses Rhythm

    and swing strums Finger pick the Chorus then Verse melody and read the TAB Improvise over the calls using the notes from the C Blues scale Recorded on Blackbelt Ukulele 1
  9. NEW CHORD

  10. Say then sing the words Play the duck strum throughout

    Finger pick once then twice per bar with TIMR fingering Sing and play in a 2 then 4- part round Recorded on Blackbelt Ukulele 3 Translation – goodbye friends, until we meet again. Pronunciation – ‘Ch’ is pronounced ‘H’ with a guttural throaty sound
  11. IMAGINE IF Verse I C magine if, there could come

    a Dm day, when peace and love was the only C way. Everyone in the world was Dm free, then they’d all come and sing with C me Chorus La la C la la la la la la la la Dm la La la la la la la la la C la La la C la la la la la la la la Dm la La la la la la la la la C la Part 3 Imagine…. Ukulele Chord Chart - Verses and Choruses 4/4 II: C / / / I C / / / I Dm / / / I Dm / / / I Dm / / / I Dm / / / I C / / / I C / / / :II Do AUSLAN signs Play the duck strum throughout – 2 strums per bar Finger pick – timr per bar then timirimi per bar Sing and play in a 2-part round Recorded on Blackbelt Ukulele 3 & Sing, Jam & Jive © Susie Davies-Splitter & Phil Splitter
  12. NEW CHORDS

  13. TANGO TODAY Move to the tango rhythm - taam ti

    ta ta Do a duck then rhythm strum Try the new ‘tango’ strum – follow the rhythm of section A Play each part as an ostinato – repeated pattern Sing, dance and play in a 3-part round Section A Dm Here’s a Latin Eº dance it’s A7 so cool. Dm You will know just Eº what to A7 do. Dm It’s a treat and Eº called the A7 tango. Dm Feel the beat and Eº rhythm A7 too. Section B Dm La la la la la, Eº let’s do the A7 tango. Dm La la la la la, Eº tango to A7 day. Dm La la la la la, Eº let’s do the A7 tango. Dm La la la la la, Eº tango your A7way. Section C Dm From your Eº head A7 down Dm to your Eº toes, A7 Dm you can dance to the Eº tan A7 go. Dm Now you know how it Eº goes. A7 Ukulele Chord Chart 4/4 II: Dm / / / I Eº/ A7 / I Dm / / / I Eº/ A7 /:II © Susie Davies-Splitter & Phil Splitter Recorded on Blackbelt Ukulele 3 & Sing, Jam & Jive
  14. Recorded on Blackbelt Ukulele 3 & Sing, Jam & Jive

  15. Q&A