Category Archives: Ukulele Art

The Uke-olantern (Post-Halloween Ukulele Fun)

This jackolantern was carved by one of my students, The Vocal Sokol (links to her blog):

Ukulele_Jackolantern_by_theVocalSokol

Farewell Halloween, until we meet again next year!

 

 

 

New Ukulele Tab Whiteboard now Available

ukulele tablature white boardThe picture pretty much says it all.

Large ukulele tablature dry erase board. 22″ x 16″ – Great tool for ukulele clubs, teachers, and your average uke noodler.

Share musical ideas with your Ukulele Class or Ukulele Club quickly and easily with four lines of treble clef and tab. Also useful for capturing ideas that you’ve discovered noodling on your instrument. Must have for serious ukers. See http://www.zazzle.com/ukulele_staff_tablature_dry_erase_board-256500587385784523?rf=238310854121235165

Free Uke ‘N Play Sticker (while supplies last)

Uke 'N Play 3x7 - PinterestThe new “Uke ‘N Play!” bumper sticker. Want one free? Send an SASE (self-addressed stamped envelope) to:

Uke ‘N Play Sticker
856 N 350 W
American Fork, UT 84003.

While supplies last!

Pineapple Ukulele to Resonator Rescue

Thirteen for Halloween : Ukulele Edition

New for 2012! The long-awaited ukulele editon of Thirteen for Halloween (link goes to tradebit.com) is now available for instant download. This Halloween songbook contains ukulele chords (C tuning) AND chords for baritone ukulele.

Includes all the songs from the Thirteen for Halloween album:

  1. Welcome Said the Spider
  2. The Ghost of John
  3. Three Little Ghostesses
  4. Mactavish Is Dead
  5. Skin and Bones
  6. Queen Nefertiti (The Mummy)
  7. Old Witch, Old Witch
  8. Witch, Witch, Where do you Fly?
  9. Im a Mean Old Witch
  10. Unlikely Company
  11. The Ghost Ship
  12. Were Back!
  13. Five Little Pumpkins

Get the matching “Frankenstein on the Beach” ukulele t-shirt (link takes you to printfection.com)!

For more Halloween fun, visit ThirteenforHalloween.com.  For more ukulele awesomeness, visit UkulelePlay.com.

Frankenstein on the Beach : New Ukulele Art Tee

by M Ryan Taylor

Frankenstein monster on the beach playing an ukulele.

New uke art t-shirt designs by M Ryan Taylor.

“Frankenstein on the Beach” was inspired by the title of the Phillip Glass opera, “Einstein on the Beach.” Enjoy! Happy Halloween!