02/09/23 @ 10:30am –
02/09/23 @ 12:00pm
Meeting Room B
Mammen Family Public Library
Registration for this event is required.
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Join instructor Ann Scott Cook for this five-week ukulele course, which will take place January 19th and 26th, and February 9th, 16th, and 23rd. This is a continuation of our beginner ukulele series. We will be building on previous lessons as we go along, so please plan to attend as many classes in this series as you are able.
This course requires some prior experience with the basics of playing a ukulele. Minimum requirements that all attendees should have before joining this class:
Completion of prior beginner class or basic understanding of the instrument beyond initial introduction
Knowledge of re-entrant tuning, string names, numbers and how to fret
Basic strums – thumb, up and down, calypso or other syncopated strums
Proper finger positions for the following chords: C, C7, A, Am, A7, F, Fm, G, G7, Gm, D, D7, Dm, Em, E7
Comfortable with chord progressions
Ability to read chord charts and tablature
Please register each participant individually. Class registrants may check out a library ukulele on their library card in order to practice between classes. Please note on your registration if you will be bringing your own ukulele or borrowing one of the library’s instruments.