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Prelude
The Beginner's Plateau | The beginner's plateau: what it is and what to do about it.
Ideas & Letters
Sound Board | Ukulele Yes! readers write.
Ukulele Reports
In the Uke Loop | The James Hill Ukulele Initiative Teacher Certification Program and the Langley Ukulele Camp.
Interview: FElipe Sequeira
Universal Language | Since moving to Korea a decade ago, Felipe Sequeira has used the ukulele as a tool for teaching both music and English-language skills.
How To Organize A Ukulele Festival
By James Hill
The Inside Scoop | Before you dive head-first into organizing your own ukulele festival, read what ukulele festival insiders have to say about their experiences. It will save you time and money and it might inspire you to consider new possibilities.
Free Arrangement!
Ludwig van Beethoven, arr. Larry Wyatt
Ode to Joy
| A three-part beginner arrangement of Beethoven's timeless theme. Create your own ukulele orchestra! Free score!
Pedagogy Corner
The Chameleon Chord | Break through that beginner's plateau with this all-too-often-overlooked chord shape. Learn how one chord form can function as three different chords!
From the Ukulele Yes! Vault
Vintage Re-print | How To Organize A District-Wide Concert (B. Smith), reprinted from Ukulele Yes! Vol. 4, No. 1 (1979). In keeping with our theme of event organization, this article takes the reader step-by-step through the process of organizing a distict-wide concert.

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In This Issue: PRELUDE IDEAS & LETTERS UKULELE REPORTS INTERVIEW FEATURE ARTICLE FREE ARRANGEMENT PEDAGOGY CORNER FROM THE VAULT