7 Easiest Hawaiian Ukulele Songs for Beginners

How about learning to play the ukulele with the help of Indsider Moneky’s article: the easiest Hawaiian ukulele songs for beginners? Playing an instrument has a huge impact on your overall health. It can help you relieve stress, improve your social life, build up your confidence, teach you how to be more patient, how to express your creativity, it will improve your memory, develop a discipline, and give you a sense of achievement. Often, regardless of the age, people who want to learn how to play guitar are giving up at the very beginning. The reason behind this action is because they are choosing hard songs, unlike the easiest and best songs to play on guitar we’ve listed below. Many people are choosing fast and difficult songs and since they cannot get a single note right, they are giving up hope and stop playing.

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When I was younger I played the bassoon, which has been my favourite instrument since then. Perhaps because of playing the bassoon earlier, perhaps not, but I much prefer wood-wind instruments, although I love listening to all.

Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked two of the easiest Hawaiian ukulele songs for beginners.  The first song should be one of my favourites ever: Over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World by Israël Kamakawiwo’ole. This song is on my smartphone as well, and whenever I travel somewhere I usually listen to it, too. Even if you are in no way inclined to listen to Hawaiian music, chances are you could not escape hearing this guy’s medley of Over the Rainbow and What a Wonderful World. As Take Lessons suggests, this song uses many chords, but they are all simple and easy to pick up for beginners. The second song should be Aloha ‘Oe by Queen Lili’uokalani. As for me, I haven’t known this song yet, so I am listening to it at this moment, as Insider Moneky’s article also contains videos for all songs, too. The song appears on the album of the same title and is considered to be one of the most famous Hawaiian songs. It has three chords the progression of which should not be too difficult for you to tackle.


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