Funny Sings for Ukulele

A Collection of old songs arranged for ukulele with sheet music & lyrics.

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A Brief Outline of Ukulele Facts                   3
The chord diagrams and instruction for tuning the Ukulele as employed in this volume are universally used by the best teachers.
Tuning the Ukulele
The strings ace called B, P sharp, D and A, and are tuned by a sot of small pipes corres�ponding in pitch to these notes or to the same notes on the piano.
To any one not having access to a piano,pitch pipes can be purchased at any music store,at a very moderate price.
Chord Diagrams
With chord diagrams as used in connection with the songs in this'volume, anyone can play the accompaniment, even without any knowledge of the Ukulele providing the Ukulele is al�ways kept properly tuned. The chart or chord diagrams illustrate tho four strings as they are strung over the fingerboard and frets of the Ukulele. The black dots denote whore a. fin�ger is to be placed.
Fingers must be pressed down firmly and directly in back of thefret. The figures 1-2-3 and 4 show which finger is to be used. Whore no fingering is shown tho string or strings are played open.
The finger nearest the thumb is of course known as tho first finger. When fingering is marked 1-1-1 or 2-2-2 etc., the finger is pressed down flat on the fingerboard in back of frets so marked.
Chord Diagrams With Correct Fingering
Other Chord Diagrams Occurring in this Book

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