Students Are Learning Easy Ukulele Blues

by | Apr 7, 2014 | Improvisation and song writing, Kids and school | 1 comment

computer-clip-art-10Students are learning easy ukulele blues!

Because many lyrics are inappropriate for children, I have composed three original songs, one for each grade that I teach. 3rd graders are singing “Recorder Blues,” 4th graders are singing “Ukulele Blues” and 5th graders are singing “Lonely Blues.” They are also playing ukulele over the chord changes and taking solos as they improvise. Some classes have written their own lyrics. Such creativity is important for everyone, because it keeps us open to new ideas. Change is the only constant of our era, so creativity is a must!

To help you with learning easy ukulele blues, watch the ukulele tutorial for one of Jenny’s original songs “Lonely Blues” here:

If you’d like to have some original blues songs to teach your students, check out Ukulele for All. It has a chapter on the blues.

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  1. Jenny Peters

    Thank you!

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