Chord Solos for the Baritone Ukulele

00145630The baritone ukulele is tuned like the highest four strings of a guitar:  E, B, G, D, while the soprano uke is tuned A-E-C-G. This collection for baritone ukulele has been complied by Dick Sheridan, longtime player of fretted instruments.  The ukulele is his favorite fretted instrument.  These classic ukulele songs are arranged for chord soloing. Chord soloing is using chords to play melody and harmony simultaneously.  The melody usually is played on the first, (highest pitch), string. The combination of chord and melody makes for a richer sound.  There are twenty-seven songs, including jazz, blues, barbershop, gospel, classical, folk and more.  Learn or relearn some ukulele favorites, and learn to show off with some chord soloing!  For more information about this collection of sheet music, or other ukulele music, call us at 1-800-42-MUSIC, email us at keyboard@stantons.com, or visit our website, http://www.stantons.com.  Shop Stanton’s for all your sheet music needs.

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