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Prelude
Looking ahead, looking back | Remembering Lorna MacPhee; what's in store for 2010.
Ideas & Letters
Sound Board | Ukulele Yes! readers write.
Ukulele Reports
In the Uke Loop | 2009 Langley Ukulele Workshop report, news from Down Under and more.
Interview: Sandra Obritsch
The Healing Power of Uke | Nova Scotia-based Sandra Obritsch is the founder of the South Shore Ukulele Players and co-chair of the International Ukulele Ceilidh. She specializes in teaching ukulele to seniors. Playing ukulele, she has discovered, is one of the best ways for seniors to stay happy and healthy.
Walking The walk
By James Hill
Why Improving Your Playing is the Most Enjoyable Way to Improve Your Teaching | This holiday season, after the rush and bustle and before school is back in session, take some time to play ukulele for your own enjoyment. Here's why it'll make you be a better teacher and here's a piece for you to sink your teeth into on your own time. Free score & audio!
Free Arrangement
Scarborough Fair | A lovely chord-melody arrangement of this haunting melody. Learn chord-melody essentials now! Free score, audio and learning guide!
From the Ukulele Yes! Vault
Vintage Re-print | The Ukulele Ideal to Teach Music (K. Whittingham). Reprinted from Ukulele Yes! Vol. 2, No. 2 (1977). In case you thought that using ukuleles in school classrooms was a new idea, this 1977 article from The Montreal Star will set you straight!
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In This Issue: PRELUDE IDEAS & LETTERS UKULELE REPORTS INTERVIEW FEATURE ARTICLE FREE ARRANGEMENT FROM THE VAULT