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Two Years Later...
By James Hill
Great Popular Songs | What began two years ago as a handful of repertoire suggestions in this column has turned into a new book of ukulele arrangements.
Ukulele Reports
In the Uke Loop | Philip Tamberino in Fire Island, NY, U.S.A., Eileen Hayes in Deep Cove, BC, Canada, and Christeena Sweeney in Gatesville, TX, U.S.A.
Interview: Steve Boisen
Dynamic Duos | Steve Boisen is a one half of The Barnkickers, founder of the Tampa Bay Ukulele Society and contributor to Ukulele Yes!. "After many years of playing bass, the ukulele finally allowed me to be musically self-sufficient," he says.
The Ukulele Fix-It Survival Guide
By Gordon and Char Mayer
Care and Feeding of Your Ukulele | From buzzing and broken tuners to storage and re-stringing, Gordon and Char Mayer take you through the essentials of ukulele maintenance and DIY repair.
Free Arrangement!
Traditional, arr. James Hill
The Cruel War
| A hit single in 1966 for Peter, Paul and Mary, The Cruel War is an achingly beautiful traditional melody that lends itself perfectly to multi-part harmony singing. Free score!
Pedagogy Corner
by James Hill
What Makes a "Teachable" Song? | There's a difference between "a good song" and "a good song for teaching music." James Hill explores what it means for a song to be "teachable," concluding that when it comes to choosing repertoire, you can have your cake and eat it too!

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In This Issue: PRELUDE UKULELE REPORTS INTERVIEW FEATURE ARTICLE FREE ARRANGEMENT PEDAGOGY CORNER



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