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Ukulele in secondary music education

Video Play Alongs

A number of music educators are creating resources for ukulele in their classrooms using the actual music (sometimes transposed) for those songs.  The idea is to help reluctant singers, and to provide some resources that are contemporary to student interests (yet appropriate for schools).  I have made quite a few of these videos myself, and have been tracking the creations by other music teachers.  Additionally, some of my videos are based on religious music and do not appear in the “main” list, but do appear in my lists (including “religious music only” lists).  And my 365 Project play alongs appear below, too.

Want to know how to better use some YouTube tools while using these videos?  https://ukestuff.wordpress.com/2017/07/20/slowing-down-speeding-up-youtube-videos/

Need to slow down/speed up on the iPad or iPhone?  Check out the app iCab Mobile (works with YouTube.com in the Modules area of the app)!

The Summary File of All Similar Ukulele Play Alongs on YouTube (Dr. Jill Reese, Dr. A, Kevin Way, Kris Gilbert, Ukulaliens, myself, etc.)

By Title: Viewable Google Sheet

By Number of Chords (then Key): Viewable Google Sheet

By Key (then Number of Chords): Viewable Google Sheet

Ukulele “Skill Drill” Videos

Ukulele Skill Drill Videos Google Sheet

Ukulele Karaoke Videos That I Have Created (Just like “Play Along” videos, but without lead Vocals)

Viewable Google Sheet

Baritone Ukulele Play Along Videos

Viewable Google Sheet

Play Along Videos That I Have Created (Lyric and Notation-Based)

Viewable Google Sheet

Religious Ukulele Play Along Videos that I Have Created

Viewable Google Sheet

Religious Ukulele Karaoke Videos that I Have Created

Viewable Google Sheet

The 365 Project (Play Along Videos, with me, as I record songs from The Daily Ukulele/Yellow Book)

365 Project Viewable Google Sheet

 

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