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An Illustrated Uke tutorial with Songs, Sheet Music & Chords by May Singhi Breen
(the original Ukulele Lady).

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NOTES ON THE UKULELE FINGERBOARD
(Vertical lines indicate the frets)
(Ukulele Keyboard reading left to right)
The letter "o" means the note of the open string; numbers under notes
indicate the fret to be pressed. There is a difference of one half-step between
each fret.
To avoid confusion, the notes on the A or 4th string are written an
octave lower than they sound.
CHROMATIC SCALE
Starting with the third string (open D) we demonstrate the notes in the
chromatic scale. Numbers under the notes are the frets to press; the string
to be pressed is indicated above the staff.
Starting with the open 4th string, play each note separately as written
below and try to remember their positions on the fingerboard.
PRINCIPAL SCALE d major
and location of Notes on Ukulele (See page 15)
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