Black Belt Ukulele 1 Worksheet book with CD

$39.95


Description

Includes photocopyable worksheets and CD with backing tracks

About The Black Belt Ukulele 1 Product Range

A unique developmental and sequential collection of classroom ukulele arrangements based on the Orff Schulwerk approach, this method follows a colour (‘Chroma-Notes) and shape system – where chords are represented with colours and shapes as adhesive stickers on the ukulele as well as on the printed page. Open strings are also represented with colours. This system enhances memory, speeds up the learning process and enhances music reading skills.

Including arrangements of world music pieces with songs in different languages, traditional songs and newly composed songs especially for the ukulele as well as some of Susie and Phil’s original and popular pieces and arrangements from the ‘Welcome to Music’ Series, all adapted and modified for ukulele in various styles including jazz, blues, Latin, gospel etc., the repertoire is applicable for all early childhood and primary school educators to use in their classrooms and to teach to 6-12 year olds.

This is more than just a ukulele tutor – it is a complete music education program which builds skills for life! Learning the ukulele has never been easier, more fun and accessible to all

Track Listing

To listen to any of these tracks, click the play button next to each track title.
1 – Welcome here Today Listen
2 – Funga Alafia
3 – Copy Cat
4 – Frog Song Listen
5 – Aunt Emm Cooks Goblins Listen
6 – This is the first String
7 – This is the second String
8 – This is the third String
9 – This is the fourth String
10 – If you’re Happy
11 – Tideo Listen
12 – The Space Song
13 – Obwisana/Funga Alafia
14 – Umbalayo
15 – Tue Tue
16 – Goodbye
17 – Starlight Starbright
18 – Apple Tree
19 – 6 5 4 3 Listen
20 – Shimmy Shimmy Bop Zok
21 – Step back Baby
22 – Sing Jam and Jive
23 – Mumma Warrano Listen
24 – Jingle Jangle Jungle Beat
25 – Wet Day Blues
26 – Narrabundah
27 – Alabama Gal
28 – A Ram Sam Sam Listen
29 – Everybody loves Saturday Night
30 – Rise Sally Rise
31 – Fruity Samba