Following on from Justin Sandercoe’s hugely successful Justinguitar.com Beginner’s Course and his songbooks for Guitar, this is Justin’s first Ukulele Songbook, featuring 25 great Ukulele songs for players of all ages.
Inside you will find 25 fantastic songs by artists like The Beatles, Daft Punk, John Legend, Bob Marley and so many more. Justin Sandercoe has expertly compiled some classic Ukulele songs, some contemporary pop songs and some vintage favourites into an easy-to-use and fun-to-play Ukulele Songbook that will bring out the best in your instrument.
This Ukulele chord book begins at the very start, with beginner songs for Ukulele that only use the most basic chords. So if you’ve just started to get to grips with the instrument, you can start here and progress through every tune in the songbook. Songs like I’m Yours and Stand By Me will introduce the fun that can be had with the Uke, before you move onto the other sections and get more serious. Sandercoe goes on to introduce some classic Ukulele songs, some contemporary pop hits, and even some songs that sound like they shouldn’t work on a Uke, but totally do! – such as Get Lucky by Daft Punk and Happy by Pharrell Williams.
The Ukulele Songbook is written in the inimitable style of Justin Sandercoe, whose enjoyment of the Ukulele is evident in his enthusiasm for how fun and accessible it is. Every song in the songbook is arranged especially for the Ukulele, and comes accompanied by full lyrics, chord diagrams and strumming patterns to help you through anything tricky. It’s more than a mere songbook, though, as Justin also gives you general performance tips within each song, helping you to perfect your playing and become a better Ukulele player overall.
Whether you’re just starting out or you need some fresh songs for your
Ain’t No Sunshine
All Of Me
Dream A Little Dream Of Me
Georgia On My Mind
Get Up, Stand Up
Give Me Love
Let It Be
Longing To Belong
Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World
Stand By Me
The Rainbow Connection (The Muppet Movie)
We Are Young
What A Wonderful World
When I’m Sixty-Four