Recent Examples of ukulele from the Web
Hobbies included playing the ukulele, needlepoint, embroidery and crocheting.
Private music lessons are available for children through adult in guitar, piano, saxophone, ukulele, viola, violin, and voice.
Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities The Broadway club location of Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland has a recording studio and is seeking musicians willing to work with kids on guitar, keyboards, drums, ukulele, and vocals.
Wallfisch, who lives in Brooklyn now, plays ukulele, guitar and piano.
The ukulele has replaced the recorder in many public school music education programs, too.
America's Got Talent breakout star and ukulele master Grace VanderWaal debuts a summery, upbeat new single.
Music teachers showed children how to properly hold and play a variety of instruments, including a child-sized violin, cello, guitar, ukulele and tambourine and well as a full-size flute, keyboard, trumpet and trombone.
By this time, of course, Snooks had graduated from the ukulele to the guitar.
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Origin and Etymology of ukulele
First Known Use: 1896See Words from the same year
UKULELE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ukulele for English Language Learners
: a musical instrument that is like a small guitar with four strings
UKULELE Defined for Kids
Definition of ukulele for Students
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