Registry Of Guitar Tutors: Ukulele Playing - Grade 4 (Book/CD)

Books and CDs | Ukulele

Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor

This book is ideal for intermediate players seeking to further develop their Ukulele techniques and forms part of an expertly structured method of studying the Ukulele. The user-friendly format comes complete with pieces presented in both uke tab and traditional notation, as well as a free CD so you can ‘listen and learn’.

This book covers all the material needed for the RGT Grade Four exam in Ukulele playing, enabling you to study for an internationally-recognised qualification. Even if you do not intend to take an exam, this book will help intermediate level players develop all aspects of their playing in a structured way.

This volume is designed to progress the skills of an intermediate level player and includes an extensive range of chords, as well as a variety of strumming patterns. Also included are four attractive and carefully arranged solo performance pieces, plus chapters on both accompaniment and broader musicianship skills.

Whether you are a fingerstyle or plectrum player the design of this book makes it an ideal resource to further develop your Ukulele playing.

ISBN: 9781905908547
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 09 November 2015
No of pages: 32
Language: English
Catalogue No: 9781905908547
 
     
       

        Registry Of Guitar Tutors: Ukulele Playing - Grade 4 (Book/CD) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

        Quality of content
        9.0
        Value for money
        7.0
        Overall rating
        9.0
        Scores 9.0 out of 10 based on 1 review
        9 out of 10

        Adam

        Channel Islands, UK. GB
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        An extremely good course to follow.

        6 books in total, each with a CD to cover the course pieces. Starting with the basics for the complete beginner up to the advanced & more experienced player.

        The courses can be followed by yourself or in conjunction with a teacher. This coupled with the prospect of completing music examinations by a recognised board of music, ( Not compulsory).

        Makes this series a very good buy indeed.
        As an absolute beginner, I found that some things could have been explained more clearly. But once the areas I was having trouble understanding, were explained to me by a more advanced musician, it all began to fall into place.

        The trouble is that when the learned get to the stage where they are penning instructional tombes. The tend to forget exactly what it was like when they were themselves just absolute beginners.
        Confirmed purchase: 05 October 2016
        Published on: 20 October 2016