ukulele

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Synonyms for ukulele

a small guitar having four strings

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Volunteers will now use the ukuleles in free lessons at Ronald McDonald House Children's Hospice.
MUMF is organised by Helen Howlett with subsidies from Pete Howlett Ukulele. Helen and Pete live and work in Talysarn.
Performers in the Great Northern Ukulele Festival outside the Lawrence Batley Theatre
On Tuesday, his Keech ukulele sold for PS11,414, along with a Dallas model D "banjolele", used on stage by the star, which fetched PS12,493.
Looking at pictures of dad playing his ukuleles, and seeing how much pleasure it brought him, made us realise how much we'd love to see that happen again."
26 in Aurora, the City of Lights Ukulele Fest, which will offer a Midwest outlet to celebrate the passion around ukulele performance and introduce more listeners to the fun.
George Hinchliffe's Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain can be seen at Storyhouse on Sunday, September 23.
When finished, the ukuleles will be displayed in a gallery for a short time before being auctioned off to the public.
The banjolele - it's officially a banjo ukulele - used to belong to well-known Birmingham bookie Terry Wallins, who snapped it up in 1972.
The groups are Aloha Friday, which gathers once a month to celebrate all things from Hawaii; Mele 'Ohana, a Hawaiian music club in Eugene; and Pacific Winds, a Eugene music shop with a wide selection of ukuleles.
"Frank and Marlene Davies from Cor Y Gleision had helped pupils to raise money to buy a set of ukuleles for pupils in Llanedeyrn to promote their music education."
Club name: Middlesbrough Happy Ukulele Group Address: Friends Meeting House, 131 Cambridge Road, Linthorpe, Middlesbrough, TS5 5HL Tell us about your club: Ukuleles are super easy to play by all ages, young and old.
He brings a stack of ukuleles to loan out for the club's meetings, which run the third or fourth Wednesdays of each month over the summer.
BBC Radio 3 presenter Verity Sharp revealed that 1,000 people had signed up to play their own ukuleles at the light-hearted concert.