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Synonyms for ukulele

a small guitar having four strings

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Acclaimed artists from Cardiff such as Super Furry Animals collaborator Pete Fowler and graffiti artist Lloyd Roberts have created unique ukuleles to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Community Music Wales and raise funds as part of the Pimp My Uke challenge.
uk Famed book and album cover artist George Underwood (b 1947) has painted a Kala brand concert ukulele in oils, entitled "You Can Ukulele Tattoo"
Mr Croft, who lives in Llanyblodwel, Shropshire, is a ukulele expert and owns two George Formby banjos himself.
The ukulele is a little four-string guitar with Portuguese roots, made popular years ago by Hawaiian Island tunes and Elvis Presley.
There will be a host of stalls and ukulele workshops.
Last month, Jake returned home to Honolulu to showcase his classical chops in the world premiere of Campanella, the first-ever concerto written for the ukulele - elevating the instrument to that of a concert violin or piano.
A new ukulele group will hold its first meeting at the Claxton Hotel, Redcar, on Thursday, at 7pm, with admission PS3 to cover costs.
If you're looking for a one-stop shop for beginning ukulele, then 21 Songs in 6 Days: Learn Ukulele the Easy Way--which is a beginner songbook and online course rolled into one--just might be for you.
So I grabbed my ukulele and played the first thing which came to me.
The musician from Caerphilly is forsaking ear-shattering decibels for a year-long ukulele challenge, which will see him sharing a song played on his ukulele on YouTube every day for 365 days.
Le watched and waited until Ukulele Club co-director Richard E.
And now Hawaii is considering a bill that would make the humble ukulele the official state musical instrument.
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But some journalists failed to spot that it was a spoof despite the inclusion of a quote from "Kris Kringle, of Ukulele Maestro Magazine".