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Online chord diagrams for making your own resources:

The NZ files still to come.  These are the best ones, because they show the chord diagrams with fingering indicated.

There is an (paid for) App that loads a ukulele (& guitar) cord font into Word, for simple songs, but I usually use the Boldts images.  I am a wiz at Word and can make the images sit where I want them to be!  Save as PDF, then upload for my students. Here is the link - https://www.ukefarm.com/chordette/

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A note about all the UM (Unstrung Music) files above, from Stephanie Payne

Hi AUTLAnians,
I get sick of constantly drawing up staves, tablines and keyboards on a whiteboard (shared with non-muso's) when I'm explaining scales and key signatures etc, so I've just whipped up some A3 printouts to laminate and write on with dry-erase markers. You might also find them handy so here they are.

Thanks Stephanie!

Freely available resources list:

https://ukuleleintheclassroom.com/ - We've updated and added a lot of new material to our FREE Ukulele Program Starter Kit. Including words of wisdom from many of our certified teachers from around the world. Download everything you need to get your ukulele music program started!

Hawaiian Music

Q From Tom - "f you had to pick a couple of songs that really encapsulate Hawaiian ukulele music, what would you choose?"
A from Stu - 
"Traditional Hawaiian is best though you have to learn the language. The stuff Aloha Baby do is pretty kitch Hapa Haole and at times verges on being un PC. 'Green Rose Hula' is good. 'Sea Breeze'... I like 'A song of Old Hawaii' and 'Waikiki' maybe The 'Hukilau Song'. Check out Charles Kaipo's album on youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrwXYrw1aFg"

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