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2nd International Liverpool Ukulele Ceilidh Workshop Descriptions

Friday, October 26th - Session 1 - 9:00 AM-10:30 AM

A.  James Hill and J. Chalmers Doane

Ukulele in the Classroom I: The Secret is Out (All Levels)     The secret is out: the ukulele is a perfect vehicle for fostering music literacy in students of all ages.  If a sequential, performance-based approach to teaching singing, picking, sight-reading, strumming, and music theory is what you’ve been looking for, then this is one class you won’t want to skip!  Current and prospective teachers alike will benefit from the depth and variety of material presented.  Handout provided in both C6 and D6 tuning.

B.  Kailin Yong

Melody and Chord Melody 101     This is a great workshop for beginning and intermediate players who are ready to explore playing melodies and chord melodies on the ukulele.

C.  Dan Scanlan

Play the Uke Now!  Beginners.     This is primarily for folks who have never played the ukulele or any other instrument, but can be of use to other players as well.  I’ve presented this lecture hundreds of times.  It’s designed to quick start new players, get them playing right away and give them a “to do” list for the future.

Friday, October 26th - Session 2 - 11:00 AM-12:30 PM

A.  James Hill and J. Chalmers Doane

Ukulele in the Classroom II: Songs and Repertoire  (All Levels)     It’s awfully hard to teach a song you can’t play!  Get more familiar with vocal, instrumental, and ensemble repertoire presented in the Ukulele in the Classroom I workshop.  You don’t need to be a teacher to attend this fun, hands-on repertoire class all are welcome.  Handouts provided in both C6 and D6 tuning.

B.  John Kavanagh

Pentatonic Improvisation     It was a real break through moment for me when my first teacher did this with our class, and I try to share the excitement of that discovery.  I show students a simple one-octave pentatonic scale, and we experiment with making up little melodic fragments, starting with repeating short figures I play, and progressing to call and response phrases.  Often the beginner is at a loss how to begin improvising or picking by ear, and this simple approach is a confidence-booster.  Anything you play within the limits of this easy-to-learn scale pattern sounds pleasant and musical, and this creates an “I can do it” moment that can be very liberating.  With handouts (music, tabs, diagrams), C or D tuning.

C.  Peter Luongo

It All Starts With a Scale Using the ukulele to learn music  (All Levels)

Friday, October 26th - Session 3 - 2:00 PM-3:30 PM

A.  Hal Brolund

Ukulele Blues     Beginner An exploration of the techniques and sounds of the blues as performed on the ukulele.  The style is discussed and some examples are demonstrated and taught.  This workshop is prepared for either “C” tuned ukuleles or “D” tuned ukuleles and includes handouts with all exercises.

-       Twelve Bar Blues

-       Shuffle Rhythm

-       Introductory Soloing

-       Blues Turnarounds

B. Brad Jones

Creative Chord Playing for Ukulele     Add new colourful ideas to your chord playing!  This workshop will unlock some of the secrets to making your chord playing come alive with simple ideas that will revolutionize your strumming.  Complex jazz chord playing made simple.  All levels and all styles welcome.

C. Tim Sweeney

A Workshop on Playing Ukulele With a Pick, with a focus on strumming patterns, lead note playing, and stylizing a song with muting, hammering and other fingering techniques.\

Satuday, October 27th - Session 4 - 9:00 AM-10:30 AM

A.  J. Chalmers Doane

Ensemble Techniques With Hands-On Functional Piano and Bass     Ensemble playing requires special techniques which really boil down to orchestration.  The blend of bass, functional piano and ukuleles will be dealt with, including a brief introduction to string bass, functional piano and functional percussion.  The focus will be on making a group (small or large) sound good.  D tuning is, in Mr. Doane’s opinion, musically superior, and will be encouraged.  Any tuning will be accepted in any of Mr. Doane’s workshops.  Material for both C and D tuning will be available.

B.  John Kavanagh

Blues and Improvisation     Another approach to improvising for the intermediate/advanced player.  I teach the instrumental, Blue Monk, in D or C as a solo/duet, then show how a pentatonic scale can be the jumping-off place for blues improvising.  I demonstrate some shuffle rhythms and chord substitutions, which can be used for any tune with a bluesy feel.  Music in notation and tab, for D or C tuning.

C. Lil’ Rev

Ukulele Tunes and Techniques  (All Levels)     In this fun, 90 minute hands on workshop, Lil Rev will cover strums, rolls, slides, triplets, tremolo, melody playing, tricks, history, demonstrations and much more.

Satuday, October 27th - Session 5 - 11:00 AM-12:30 PM

A. Aaron Keim  - Boulder Acoustic Society

Old Time Music Styles for the Ukulele      Let’s spice up our ukulele playing with techniques from old time music.  Fingerpicking, clawhammer, Carter style, banjo rolls, fancy strums and chord melody playing will be covered.  All levels.

B. Hal Brolund

Barbeque Secrets     Intermediate Do you want to cook on your ukulele?  In this workshop we’ll explore the methods used to craft a solo blues performance on the ukulele.  This workshop is prepared for either “C” tuned ukuleles or “D” tuned ukuleles and includes handouts with all exercises.

-       How to craft a solo

-       Scales and chords

-       Arranging a song for soloing

-       Combining the Melody with the Rhythm

-       Chords up the neck

C. Dan Scanlan

Advance Strums, Plucks, Muffles and Picks     Intermediate and Advanced.  We will demonstrate and explore different strums, solo techniques, pulses, rhythms, chord doodads and other things to help you stretch out as a ukulele player.

Satuday, October 27th - Session 6 - 2:00 PM-3:30 PM

A. Lil' Rev

Family Conert  -  The Fountain of Uke

B.  John Kavanagh

Sounding Better Without Playing Better    Ideas and gimmicks for making a group sound more interesting, using the skills you already have.  Use your head, not your hands!  How to combine different rhythmic patterns and chord shapes to give your uke ensemble some variety of sound, instead of everybody strumming in unison all the time.  Also, ideas for playing in a group with other instruments how your uke can make everybody sound better.  Be invited back for jam sessions!

C. Scott McCormick

Simple Songs for the Ukulele     This workshop will teach some fun and interesting songs on the ukulele.  Irish, country western, folk, punk rock, who knows what Scott will whip out for this one!

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