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Welcome to the February-March 2012 edition of Mel Bay’s Ukulele Sessions®!

Welcome to the December-January 2011-2012 edition of Mel Bay’s Ukulele Sessions®!  This time columnist Gerald Ross shows you how to accent the chord progression. Beth Mead shows us Put Your Arms Around Me Honey.  Be sure to leave comments. DiggShareShare with StumblersTweet

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Accent the Chord Progression Using Open-Strings

by Gerald Ross In this lesson we will learn how to accent the chord progression using open-strings. This will give us a more syncopated feel to our rhythm. I hope you are enjoying these Swing ukulele lessons. Please comment on this page, and please jot down a few words in the comments section of the [...]

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A few words about Put Your Arms Around Me Honey…

Here is another Ukulele Standard from the turn of the century. This one was written in 1910. The song has some quick chord changes that are not difficult to play if you plan ahead. The first line consists of a group of chords played with a count of 1-2-3-4. Two strokes of G followed by [...]