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15 Hawaiian Words Ukulele Players Should Know

15 Hawaiian Words Ukulele Players Should Know

When you're taking ukulele lessons, you will learn to play some classic Hawaiian songs. While Hawaiian songs tell stories of love, Hawaiian culture, and history, you may find some new, unfamiliar terms in the lyrics. To help you out, we've compiled a list of 15 words you may hear when you're learning ukulele. You will hear a mix of traditional Hawaiian words along with some pidgin words (a slang-type language used in Hawaii). Here are 15 Hawaiian words ukulele players should know... … Read More

15 Hawaiian Words Ukulele Players Should Know
When you're taking ukulele lessons, you will learn to play some classic Hawaiian songs. While Hawaiian songs tell stories of love, Hawaiian culture, and history, you may find some new, unfamiliar terms in the lyrics. To help you out, we've compiled a list of 15 words you may hear when you're learning ukulele. You will hear a mix of traditional Hawaiian words along with some pidgin words (a slang-type language used in Hawaii). Here are 15 Hawaiian words ukulele players should know...
It's Time to "Spring Clean" Your Music Goals!
Remember how bright-eyed and excited you were at the beginning of the year with your music goals and dreams? Now that we're a few months into the year, it's a great time to evaluate your progress. If you followed the SMART goal process (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Timely), you should have a good idea of whether you reached these goals or not. On the other hand, if you've completely forgotten about those aspirations, don't be too hard on yourself - as life and other priori
The 3 Biggest Mistakes You're Making in Your Voice Lessons
Want to get better at singing? Simply showing up to your voice lessons isn't enough. Here, St. Augustine, FL voice teacher Heather L. shares 3 common mistakes she's seen students make, so that you can be sure to avoid them...   Even though I'm a voice teacher, I'm also a voice student. I know how difficult lessons can be. It takes some courage to share your heart, and then possibly mess up in front of someone that you barely know and see once a week. We all make mistakes all the time;
The 8 Best Cities for Stunning Street Art | From NYC to Berlin
From international cities like London, to those closer to home like New York, street art has become a reputed form of creativity. If you're interested in visual arts, check out a few of these inspiring locations in this guest post by New York, NY tutor Lauren P...   While almost every city in the world has street art, the following cities stand out because their art is physically impossible to miss. Whether visiting specific installations by famous artists or enjoying the unintentiona
Japanese Vocabulary: 10 Animals in Japanese
If you're taking Japanese lessons, you've probably learned the basics like greetings and phrases. So, let's get into some fun Japanese vocabulary. Here, Brighton, MA Japanese teacher Kaoru N. teaches you the names for common animals in Japanese... 1. Inu - ? / ?  - Dog Humans and dogs have a special bond, and just like in the rest of the world, dogs are important animals in Japanese. There are two kanji letters for "dog," but the second one is less common, and only used when itÂ’s part o

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