Last of the Summer Wine
I love being from Yorkshire. The accent, the food, the ignorance, the beer, the scenery and the sheep. Oh the sheep…
Last of the Summer Wine was filmed in Holmfirth, which is up north from where I am. Still, whenever I go for a walk on the moors I can’t help but hear this wonderful theme echoing around my head. One of the many classics written by Ronnie Hazlehurst; it takes you on a journey up the hills and valleys, wearing your flatcap, in a shopping trolley, with a bucket and a walkingstick, or whatever else happened in the show. It’s been a while since I watched it. Is it still on?
What This Piece Can Teach You –
- Play in the key of C and a cheeky modulation.
- How to buy a three ebooks from Uke of Carl. Go on. They’re really cheap.
- Yorkshire pride.
- Campanella stuff.
I don’t know why, perhaps it’s becasue you liek correcting my spellings, but I’ve made 3 sheets for you today. One is a solo, one is a melody line and one is that magical campanella. You want to try this one first. Why? ‘Cos campanella is the best. Try it and see. I always like to make use of that tiny g string when playing. It scares away guitarists and makes things difficult for you baritone players. Sorry about that. It’s not simple but it’s manageable. Give it a fiddle and let me know. As for the other two sheets, you’re on your own. I’m only one man.
The Jewish Ukulele
Do you remember reading about this last time? This is by far my best selling ebook and I’ve had a lot of lovely comments recently about it. In order to celebrate, I’ve dropped the price down to only Six British quids. But it’s even cheaper for my fans as I sent you a secret discount code when you signed up. Do you remember it? Click here if so!
Mr. Wilson’s Second Liners
You know I’m in a band. You do. I love it. You should too. A lovely company called Marmalade Toast recently made a video for us. How cool is that? Enjoy. ‘Rhythm is a Dancer’ by Snap. I play banjo.
Last of the Summer Wine for UkuleleGrab the Tab! Grab the Tab! Grab the Tab!