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Ukulele Duets

Digital Sheet Music

By Joe Carr

Ukulele - Multiple Levels - Digital Download
Composed by Joe Carr. Solos, Duets and Ensembles. All styles. E-book and online audio. Mel Bay Publications - Digital Sheet Music #30096BCDEB. Published by Mel Bay Publications - Digital Sheet Music (M0.30096BCDEB).

Item Number: M0.30096BCDEB

ISBN 9781619113688.

This book and accompanying audio include 21 beautiful songs, old-time tunes and Christmas melodies arranged as duets for two ukuleles. The individual parts are single note melodies designed to allow players of all skill levels to play together. The pieces are arranged so the first ukulele plays the melody and the second ukulele plays the harmony above it. Regardless of your previous experience, these arrangements, even played at slow tempos, will produce an attractive full sound. Audio available online.

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  • 3

    Santa Barbara
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • February 18, 2017 Ukulele Duets

    The pieces in the book are fun to play but not very innovative or creative. The arranger has Uke 1 playing the melody and Uke 2 playing exactly the same rhythm a third or a fifth above, and that's it! It would be more interesting if Uke 2 had...

    a different part.

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