Fake Book Now baritone ukulele players can enjoy the Daily Ukulele Leap Year Edition songbook This super collection features all the same songs from the Leap Year Edition in the original keys but with baritone ukulele chord grids DGBE tuning Have fun strumming 366 well known songs from the 1950s through today, by artists such as Carole King, Elton John, the Bee Gees, Stevie Wonder, the Beatles, Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, Michael Jackson and others, plus favorites from movies, Broadway, Motown and Like all of the Daily Ukulele songbooks, the arrangements feature melody, lyrics and ukulele chord grids in uke friendly keys A special Ukulele 101 section, a chord chart, and vintage ukulele themed photos round out the fun, all with a spiral binding for ease of use Tunes include Ain t No Sunshine Anticipation Bubbly Calendar Girl Come Monday Falling Slowly Hallelujah I Got You Babe Lean On Me Moondance Route 66 Sweet Caroline We Are the World Y.M.C.A and scores The Daily Ukulele Leap Year Edition for Baritone Ukulele offers ukulele fun all year long even on February 29th...
|Title||:||The Daily Ukulele: Leap Year Edition for Baritone Ukulele: 366 More Great Songs for Better Living|
|Publisher||:||Hal Leonard Spi edition March 1, 2017|
|Number of Pages||:||416 pages|
|File Size||:||995 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The Daily Ukulele: Leap Year Edition for Baritone Ukulele: 366 More Great Songs for Better Living Reviews
I love the Daily Ukulele books, just not the baritone versions. I've owned the "conventional" GCEA tuning Daily Ukulele for years, and it's a solid value. The baritone edition...not so much. The arrangements on many of the songs sound nothing like the original song. I've found many, if not most, songs actually sound better and more accurate playing them using the GCEA chords. For that reason, if you already own the GCEA books, try them with your baritone first.
I'm a piano player (notice I didn't say pianist) and have tons and tons of sheet music however, none of it has the chord diagrams for Bari Ukulele, and since I have not memorized them all sometimes I need a little help. I love how all the chord diagrams are located at the top of the page however I kind of which they were over each chord in the song (much the same as guitar tabs are often done) but that's not enough of a negative to give this book any less than five stars. For me it has an excellent selection of music from before "my time" during "my time" and some newer stuff too. I'm in my 50's so there you go.
Like the first Daily Ukulele book, this is a great selection of songs, and the presentation of chords at the top of each song is so useful. My only complaint is the binding, which is flattened out in a way that makes it difficult to turn the pages without tearing them, so eventually the pages will detach from the book. With a genuine spiral binding, this would be a five star book for sure.
This is a book with a wealth of songs that are perfect for personal development and performance. the only problem is there is no table of contents, so you can’t tell what is in the book. What a gaffe! The normal way to use this kind of book is to find a song in the table of contents and then go to that page where it’s located. The only reference in this edition is a table of contents arrangement that displays a few titles at a time, always starting at the beginning. With about 300 pages in the book, this is a useless process.
This is a quality book. Nice selection of music; however, the original book is more to my taste since the songs are more familiar. Spiral binding makes it lay flat when playing.
Lots of great songs. A nice "everyday practice" book. If you're a baritone uke fan, you won't be sorry if you purchase this book.
I like this but one word of caution, The small print size, of the chord names, can be hard to see/read for us mature players...
My second baritone ukulele book...love t!