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Tablature "Can't help falling in love" by Elvis Presley

Tablature "Can't help falling in love" by Elvis Presley

Today we start on the register of love with a song from 1961 "Can't help falling in love" by Elvis Presley. In concert, in movies, cartoons and even commercials, this song has been covered so much that even the youngest of our generation probably know it. It was taken up on the ukulele by Tyler Joseph, the singer of the group Twenty One pilots in 2012 and we invite you to learn this beautiful and popular music today.

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Andre Bihannic
Tablature "Somewhere over the rainbow" by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole

Tablature "Somewhere over the rainbow" by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole

"Somewhere over the rainbow" by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole, better known as "IZ", is certainly the music that popularized the ukulele worldwide. It is no longer presented as it is well known. Covering the original version "Over the rainbow" of the Wizard of Oz, which was already famous at the time, IZ brought it a revival with an exotic sound and a tropical rhythm thanks to the ukulele. It is almost linked to the instrument. For some it's probably the first song that comes to mind when you talk to them about ukulele and for others, the one they would like to learn...

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Kimo Hussey - upaupatahiti

Kimo Hussey

In this article, Upa Upa Tahiti wishes to highlight the musician Kimo Hussey. Originally from the island of Hawaii, he is a ukulele player of recognized talent. Today over 75 years old, it is said of him that he was born with a ukulele in his hands...

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Andre Bihannic
7 tips for learning to play the ukulele on your own - upaupatahiti

7 tips for learning to play the ukulele on your own

If you are reading this article, it is surely that the desire to learn to play the ukulele is very present. The good news is that taking lessons with a teacher is not essential to master this instrument. Today, the Upa Upa Tahiti team is going to give you their best advice to guide you step by step in learning this wonderful instrument!

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