Classic Endings for `Ukulele

Common classic song endings that are used over and over in the standard song repertoire.

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Classic Endings for `Ukulele

Two Feel, bVImaj7 bIImaj7, Basie Ending, Single, Double and Triple Tags, Chromatic, Take 'A' Train Ending, Shave and a Hair Cut, Lawrence Welk Ending. These are common classic songs ending that are used over and over in the standard song repertoire.

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Common songs endings that are used over and over in the standard song repertoire.


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Endings Covered in This Lesson

Hawai'ian Turnaround in C Major

A classic chord progression utilized in Hawaiian tunes. ( This turnaround is not in the PDF download )

2 Feel

bVImaj7 bIImaj7

Basie Ending

Named after the late Count Basie a jazz pianist, organist, bandleader, and composer. Widely regarded as one of the most important jazz bandleaders of his time, Count Basie led his popular Count Basie Orchestra for almost 50 years. I remember as a 10 year old lad standing right at the edge of the stage – right at the feet of the great Count Basie and looking up and listening to this great big band on Steel Pier in Atlantic City, NJ USA. That was some great stuff.

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Single, Double and Triple Tags

Chromatic

Take the 'A' Train Ending

Shave and a Hair Cut

Lawrence Welk Ending

And the ever popular Chaos or Train Wreck ending :-). Well, not really a structured ending, But one that gets played a lot and needs no guidance from me.

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