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It is so much fun to play the Ukulele! It is easy to handle, affordable, and plays pleasant, merry tunes. Did you know that Neil Armstrong was a passionate Ukulele player?
The string instrument has been at one time more popular than the guitar. Thanks to online Ukulele lessons, it is witnessing expanding popularity at a global level. Also called the Uke, this musical instrument is a member of the ‘lute’ family. The Bass Ukulele and the Banjo Ukulele are some interesting hybrid variations of the Uke.
The instrument generally has four strings. Originally, the strings were made of catgut! Modern Ukuleles use nylon polymer strings. Ukulele was first developed in Portuguese and was introduced to the people of Hawaii by Portuguese immigrants. It soon became an integral part of the Hawaiian culture. Soon after getting introduced to America, it became a musical icon of the Jazz age. Today it is played across various musical genres from Folk to Rock.
Do you want to experience the lovely sounds of the Ukulele? Interestingly, the instrument is so easy to play that you can learn to play the chords in just one lesson. And almost any song can be played on the Ukulele. If this triggers your curiosity sign up for Online Ukulele lessons on ipassio to grow under the undivided attention of world-class mentors through 1-on-1, OnliVe (online + live) classes.
The best way you could learn the ukulele is through live lessons, exclusively held for students on ipassio. With premium-quality courses that are carefully curated for students by acclaimed educators, pave your way to learning the ukulele in the best possible way, from the comfort of your home or any other surrounding of your choice.
The time duration for every ukulele course has been mentioned on our category page. The duration is proportionate to the curriculum and also the level at which you're learning the ukulele in our course.
Our educators advise students to practice for at least an hour every day so that they are up to date with whatever techniques or pointers they learn over the class. It also depends on the kind of level you are learning at and also your aim. Students can pitch in more time if they are aiming to develop their skills from scratch to a professional level.
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