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Prelude
Small Instrument, Big Questions | Is the world big enough for two ukulele tunings to coexist? Or will our dependence on the internet force us to choose one over the other?
Ideas & Letters
Sound Board | Ukulele Yes! readers write.
Ukulele Reports
In the Uke Loop | James Hill in Sheshatshiu, Labrador, Canada; Fran Oglesby in Sonoma County, California, U. S. A.; Mary Cornish in Auckland, New Zealand.
Interview: Tony Coleman
Stranger Than Fiction | Filmmakers Tony Coleman and Margaret Meagher spent two years on the road documenting the global comeback of the ukulele. Now their labour of love is screening in theatres and festivals all over the world.
The Great Canadian Tuning Debate
By Jamyang Lodto
Does D6 Tuning Ghettoize the Student?| Jamyang Lodto tackles a prickly and timely issue as he questions the merits of D6 tuning (a, d, f#, b) long the standard tuning in Canadian classrooms given the popularity of C6 tuning (g, c, e, a).
Free Arrangement!
This Little Light of Mine | An arrangement in four parts for beginning Ukulele Big Band. That's right, Ukulele Big Band! Free score and audio!
Pedagogy Corner
Ukulele Juggling Act | How to teach in two tunings at once. Tried-and-tested ways to do the impossible. This might just save your bacon someday.
From the Ukulele Yes! Vault
Vintage Re-print | The Classroom Teacher Becomes a Music Specialist (B. Smith). Reprinted from Ukulele Yes! Vol. 4, No. 1 (1979). Smith reports on classroom teachers in Saanich, BC who took the "bull by the horns" and became their own music specialists.
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In This Issue: PRELUDE IDEAS & LETTERS UKULELE REPORTS INTERVIEW FEATURE ARTICLE FREE ARRANGEMENT PEDAGOGY CORNER FROM THE VAULT