sebmelmoth2003 wrote:i like the ukulele orchestra's version of wuthering heights.
anyone who wants to join them in concert - here's your chance :
Play along to Prom 45 at home, in the hall or online...
http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/radio3/2009/ ... home.shtml
sebmelmoth2003 wrote:School ditches recorders for ukuleles
A school has replaced traditional recorders with ukuleles. Rood End Primary School have bought more than 60 ukuleles lutes for pupils aged eight to 10 to help learn songs...
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/ed ... leles.html
Have you seen these guys? Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain doing a cover of Wuthering Heights.
sebmelmoth2003 wrote:very droll, John the Shorts
...Musician Jim Simmons signed up to join a chorus of 1,000 ukulele players at the Royal Albert Hall for the BBC Proms on Tuesday night.
He reveals how he got in shape for the gig - and whether it sounded any good...
prom audio - http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00m68x7
radio programme - audio online until sunday 23 august, 2009.
Phill Jupitus follows the celebrated ensemble of all-singing, all-strumming ukulele players who command a cult following.
Their unique blend of comedy and music fills venues worldwide and boasts many celebrity fans.
Musicologists explain the finer nuances of their subversive and high-quality ukulele playing and arrangements.
jarkko wrote:Don't miss this orceshtra if they perform near you!
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