Legacies of Hawaiian Leaders

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Mele Fong presents Legacies of Hawaiian Leaders on August 29 on Maui. Five Hawaiian royalty and their legacies for health, education, and welfare will be presented.

Legacies of Hawaiian Leaders is the title of my program on Wednesday, August 29 from 10 a.m. – 12 noon at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better on Maui. We will learn about Hawai’i’s royalty whose legacy included Queen’s Hospital, Kamehameha Schools, Lunalilo Home, Kapi’olani Children’s Hospital, and Lili’uokalani Trust. Plus we will sing some songs related to the time period and learn the stories behind the songs in keeping with Hawaiian oral history traditions.

Participants can follow the song’s lyrics and ‘ukulele chords projected onto the large screen at the front of the room (similar to Sing-Along with Mitch Miller). All ‘ukulele players are invited to bring instruments to play along as I lead everyone by singing and playing my ‘ukulele while my husband accompanies us on ‘ukulele-bass.

Similar to the new additions in my Sing-Along with Mele Fong series, there is a slide before each song that shows the unique strum graphic (how we play the rhythm) and the chord shapes with corresponding finger numbers for playing the ukulele. Don’t worry if you don’t know the ‘ukulele chords or the unique strumming pattern for the songs. The focus is on learning Hawaiian history, singing the songs, finding out the stories behind them, and enjoying the group experience.

Lunch is optional and a good time to sit around and talk story with like minded people who enjoy Hawaiian history, singing, and playing the ukulele.

SIGN UP NOW by calling 808-270-7308.

This program is the third of the new Hawaiian History and Song series for 2018 on the 5th Wednesdays of the month. The next program is titled The Merrie Monarch scheduled for October 31.

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KEEP HAWAIIAN MUSIC ALIVE from wherever you live! Click here.

  1. Download Single Song lessons to your digital device
  2. Purchase Packaged Song Sets of book/DVD/CD for Nostalgic Hawaiian songs
  3. Schedule Private Webcam Lessons for feedback
  4. Subscribe to Complete Monthly Online Lessons and learn many Hawaiian songs
  5. Listen to free audio recordings of Hawaiian songs and then schedule lessons to learn how to play them

Whether you are a beginnerintermediate, or advanced ‘ukulele  player, you can have fun learning to play the Ukulele Mele Way from wherever you live!

Aloha, Mele Fong, aka Ukulele Mele

Ukulele Songs of Hawaii

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Ukulele teacher Mele Fong dances hula at the Maui Ukulele Festival as Richard Hoopii and Richard Tom perform “Puamana.” Singers and ukulele players will sing songs of the Hawaiian Islands as part of the Sing-Along with Mele Fong series on Thursday, August 16 from 10 a.m. – noon at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better on Maui.

Singers and/or ‘ukulele players will sing songs of the Hawaiian Islands as part of the Sing-Along with Mele Fong series on Thursday, August 16 from 10 a.m. – noon at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better on Maui. The theme was chosen to celebrate August 21, 1959 when Hawaii became the 50th state of the union. Read more about Hawai’i Admissions Day in my blog post.

My sing-along program is one of a monthly series that evokes the feeling of sing-along with Mitch Miller programs as the lyrics and ‘ukulele chords are projected on the large screen in the front of room for everyone to follow. ‘Ukulele players are invited to bring instruments to play along as I lead everyone by singing and playing my ‘ukulele while my husband accompanies us on ‘ukulele-bass. Don’t worry if you don’t know the ‘ukulele chords or the unique strumming pattern for the songs. The focus is on singing the songs, finding out the stories behind them, and enjoying the group experience.

Why are people returning? “It’s fun!” is what participants have told me.

Lunch is optional and recommended as a good time to meet people who enjoy learning the Ukulele Mele Way. Kaunoa Senior Center is located in Spreckelsville, Maui.

SIGN UP NOW by calling 808-270-7308.

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‘Ukulele players living away from Maui can also learn to play Hawaiian songs and understand the stories behind them from wherever you live through my website.

KEEP HAWAIIAN MUSIC ALIVE! – visit https://ukulelemeleonmaui.com/learnwithmele/learn-online/hawaiianhistory.

Other learning options with Ukulele Mele:

Whether you are a beginnerintermediate, or advanced ‘ukulele player, you can have fun learning to play the Ukulele Mele Way from wherever you live!

Aloha, Mele Fong, aka Ukulele Mele

Hawaii Statehood Day 2018

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On Friday, August 21, 1959, Hawai’i became the 50th state of the union. Photo by Star Bulletin photographer Albert Yamauchi of news carrier Chester Kahapea.

On August 21, 1959, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed a proclamation welcoming Hawai‘i as the 50th state of the union and ordered a new American flag to feature 50 stars. The new design became the official American flag the following year on July 4, 1960.

The effort for statehood had started in 1919 by Prince Kuhio as Hawai‘i’s non-voting delegate to the U.S. Congress, and took 40 years and five failed attempts before the Hawai‘i Admission Act was approved. On June 27, 1959, Hawai‘i residents voted 94% in support of statehood.

Since 1969, Hawai‘i has commemorated this anniversary with a state holiday on the third Friday in August. The holiday was originally called “Admissions Day,” but since 2001 it has been called “Statehood Day.” I find it interesting to note that out of all 50 states, only five have official statehood holidays (Kentucky, Tennessee, Nevada, West Virginia, and Hawai‘i). Read more about Hawai’i Admissions Day in my previous blog post.

We will commemorate the occasion by playing “Island Songs” at my monthly Sing-Along with Mele Fong series on Thursday, August 16 from 10 a.m. – noon at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better. ‘Ukulele players are invited to play-along as everyone sings-along to ten popular songs of the Hawaiian Islands.

‘Ukulele players living away from Maui can also learn to play Hawaiian songs and understand the stories behind them from wherever you live through my website.

KEEP HAWAIIAN MUSIC ALIVE! – VISIT https://ukulelemeleonmaui.com/learnwithmele/learn-online/hawaiianhistory.

Visit my Products and Services webpage for all the ways you can learn to play the Ukulele Mele Way. You can have fun learning my unique method for forming ‘ukulele chord shapes with minimal muscle strain and strumming patterns for fun, sing-along songs. Are UKE having fun yet?

Aloha, Mele Fong aka Ukulele Mele

Patriotic Songs Review

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Ukulele Mele led Patriotic Songs during the Sing-Along with Mele Fong series on July 19 at Kaunoa Senior Center on Maui.

“During this time of not feeling good about the direction our country is going, it felt so good to sing uplifting songs – to be proud to be an American,” commented a participant after the program. “I haven’t sung these songs since elementary school,” commented another.

Seventeen people signed up for my monthly Sing-Along with Mele Fong Series – Patriotic Songs on Thursday, July 19, 2018 at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better on Maui.

One of the new participants was my husband’s high school homeroom teacher from Oahu who recently moved to Maui. I was also surprised to see one person arrive on crutches, and praised her after the program for not allowing the use of crutches to prevent her from returning to class. We took a fun photo after class with everyone waving their patriotic pens that I gave away (gifts made by Lynn L. that were leftover from our 4th of July party).

During the new “Hawaiian history moment of the month” I talked about the Bayonet Constitution of 1887 signed by King David Kalākaua by gunpoint on July 6, 1887 that assigned most of the king’s decision-making power to the cabinet. Read more by clicking here.

The “Sing-Along with Mitch Miller” format of projecting the song lyrics and ‘ukulele chords on a screen at the front of the room, and having my husband provide the u-bass line to fill in the lower tones to the higher pitched ‘ukulele worked great! We continued the routine of learning how to pronounce any Hawaiian words in the songs, the story behind each song whether it was Hawaiian or not, and playing each song twice to reinforce what we learned.

We sang all ten planned songs including one traditional Hawaiian song. Here is the song list with my unique ‘ukulele strums:

  1. Yankee Doodle – Hum Ding-Ah Strum.
  2. America the Beautiful – Pick in 4 Strum.
  3. Medley: Yankee Doodle Boy/You’re A Grand Old Flag – Hum Ding-Ah Strum.
  4. My Country ‘Tis of Thee – Waltz Variation Strum.
  5. Camptown Races – Hum Ding-Ah Strum.
  6. God Bless America – Swing / Pick in 4 Strums.
  7. Home on the Range – 2 Waltz Strums.
  8. When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again – I Wanna Rest Strum.
  9. This Land is Your Land – Hum Ding-Ah Strum.
  10. Hawaii Aloha – Morse Code Strum.

HERE’S HOW UKULELE PLAYERS CAN LEARN THE ABOVE SONGS FROM WHEREVER YOU LIVE:

LISTEN TO THE RECORDINGS IN THE FREE ONLINE FAN CLUB and then schedule private lessons on Maui or via webcam to get the song sheets and lesson on how to play it.

  1. From the Pop Songs Category – God Bless America, Home on the Range, This Land is Your Land, Yankee Doodle, Yankee Doodle Boy, and You’re A Grand Old Flag.
  2. See all categories of songs with over 100+ audio recordings that you can sing and play along with professional entertainers on voice, ukulele, and ukulele-bass.

DOWNLOAD A SINGLE SONG PURCHASE to your digital device. Get the song sheets, video lesson, audio recording, and video story behind the song for only the song you select.

  1. America the Beautiful
  2. Camptown Races
  3. Hawaii Aloha
  4. When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again
  5. See all Single Song Purchases

PURCHASE A PACKAGED SONG SET OF BOOK/DVD/CD. Get the song sheets, video lesson, and audio recording for 6 songs with 8 unique strumming styles for beginners to advanced ukulele players.

  1. Sing-Along Songs Vol. 1 – America the Beautiful plus 5 other songs for beginning ‘ukulele players.
  2. Sing-Along Songs Vol. 2 – Camptown Races, When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again, plus 4 other songs for beginning to intermediate ‘ukulele players.
  3. Nostalgic Hawaiian Songs Vol. 2 – Hawaii Aloha plus 5 other songs for intermediate ‘ukulele players.
  4. See all packaged song sets

Stay tuned for the next Sing-Along with Mele Fong Series – Hawaiian Island Songs on Thursday, August 16.

Visit my webpage about classes at Kaunoa and see photos from past classes for more information.

Aloha, Mele Fong aka Ukulele Mele

Sing Patriotic Songs July 19

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Ukulele players and/or singers can sing patriotic songs as part of the Sing-Along with Mele Fong series on July 19.

Ukulele players and/or singers can sing patriotic songs as part of the Sing-Along with Mele Fong series on Thursday, July 19 from 10 a.m. – noon at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better on Maui. Songs include standards like “America the Beautiful” as we celebrate the 4th of July in song and spirit.

My sing-along program is one of a monthly series that evokes the feeling of sing-along with Mitch Miller programs as the lyrics and ‘ukulele chords are projected on the large screen in the front of room for everyone to follow. ‘Ukulele players are invited to bring instruments to play along as I lead everyone by singing and playing my ‘ukulele while my husband accompanies us on ‘ukulele-bass. Don’t worry if you don’t know the ‘ukulele chords or the unique strumming pattern for the songs. The focus is on singing the songs, finding out the stories behind them, and enjoying the group experience.

Why are people returning? “It’s fun!” is what participants have told me.

Lunch is optional and recommended as a good time to meet people who enjoy learning the Ukulele Mele Way. Kaunoa Senior Center is located in Spreckelsville, Maui.

SIGN UP NOW by calling 808-270-7308.

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Other learning options with Ukulele Mele:

Whether you are a beginnerintermediate, or advanced ‘ukulele player, you can have fun learning to play the Ukulele Mele Way from wherever you live!

Aloha, Mele Fong, aka Ukulele Mele

Small Kid Time Ukulele Songs Review

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Mele Fong presented “Small Kid Time Songs” for the June Sing-Along with Mele Fong series on June 15 on Maui.

“I’ll be back,” commented a first time participant after the program.

Nineteen people signed up for my monthly Sing-Along with Mele Fong Series – Small Kid Time Songs on Friday, June 15, 2018 at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better on Maui.

During the new “Hawaiian history moment of the month” I talked about Kamehameha Day, one of two state holidays honoring Hawaii’s royalty. King Kamehameha united the islands into one kingdom in 1810. Read more by clicking here.

The “Sing-Along with Mitch Miller” format of projecting the song lyrics and ‘ukulele chords on a screen at the front of the room, and having my husband provide the u-bass line to fill in the lower tones to the higher pitched ‘ukulele worked great! We continued the routine of learning how to pronounce any Hawaiian words in the songs, the story behind each song whether it was Hawaiian or not, and playing each song twice to reinforce what we learned.

We sang all ten planned songs including two with Hawaii roots. Here is the song list with my unique ‘ukulele strums:

  1. Froggie Went A Courtin’ – Hum Ding-Ah Strum.
  2. The More We Get Together – 2 Waltz Strums.
  3. She’ll Be Comin’ ‘Round the Mountain – Hum Ding-Ah Strum.
  4. Days Of My Youth – Latin Strum.
  5. You Are My Sunshine – Hum Ding-Ah Strum.
  6. I’ve Been Working on the Railroad – 4And/Tom Tom Strums.
  7. Kuu Home o Kahaluu – Latin Strum.
  8. Oh Susanna – Hum Ding-Ah Strum.
  9. Que Sera, Sera – 2 Waltz Strums.
  10. Hawaii Aloha – Morse Code Strum.

HERE’S HOW UKULELE PLAYERS CAN LEARN THE ABOVE SONGS FROM WHEREVER YOU LIVE:

LISTEN TO THE RECORDINGS IN THE FREE ONLINE FAN CLUB and then schedule private lessons on Maui or via webcam to get the song sheets and lesson on how to play it.

  1. From the Hapa Haole Songs Category – Days of My Youth and Kuu Home o Kahaluu.
  2. From the Pop Songs Category – Froggie Went A Courtin’, Que Sera Sera, and You Are My Sunshine
  3. See all categories of songs with over 100+ audio recordings that you can sing and play along with professional entertainers on voice, ukulele, and ukulele-bass.

DOWNLOAD A SINGLE SONG PURCHASE to your digital device. Get the song sheets, video lesson, audio recording, and video story behind the song for only the song you select.

  1. Hawaii Aloha
  2. She’ll Be Comin’ ‘Round the Mountain
  3. The More We Get Together
  4. See all Single Song Purchases

PURCHASE A PACKAGED SONG SET OF BOOK/DVD/CD. Get the song sheets, video lesson, and audio recording for 6 songs with 8 unique strumming styles for beginners to advanced ukulele players.

  1. Sing-Along Songs Vol. 1 – She’ll Be Comin’ ‘Round the Mountain plus 5 other songs for beginning ‘ukulele players.
  2. Sing-Along Songs Vol. 2 – The More We Get Together plus 5 other songs for beginning to intermediate ‘ukulele players.
  3. See all packaged song sets

Stay tuned for the next Sing-Along with Mele Fong Series – Patriotic Songs on Thursday, July 19.

Visit my webpage about classes at Kaunoa and see photos from past classes for more information.

Aloha, Mele Fong aka Ukulele Mele

Sing-Along with Mele Fong June 15

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Sing-Along with Mele Fong – Small Kid Time Songs is Friday, June 15 at 10 a.m. at Kaunoa Senior Center on Maui.

Join in singing fun, sing-along songs we remember from childhood at my monthly Sing-Along with Mele Fong series – Small Kid Time Songs on Friday, June 15 from 10 a.m. – noon at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better on Maui. Songs include a few specific to growing up in Hawaii such as “Days of My Youth” and “Kuu Home O Kahaluu” in addition to the usual “Oh Suzannah” and “I’ve Been Working on the Railroad.”

My sing-along program is one of a monthly series that evokes the feeling of sing-along with Mitch Miller programs as the lyrics and ‘ukulele chords are projected on the large screen in the front of room for everyone to follow. ‘Ukulele players are invited to bring instruments to play along as I lead everyone by singing and playing my ‘ukulele while my husband accompanies us on ‘ukulele-bass. Don’t worry if you don’t know the ‘ukulele chords or the unique strumming pattern for the songs. The focus is on singing the songs, finding out the stories behind them, and enjoying the group experience.

Why are people returning? “It’s fun!” is what participants are telling me.

Lunch is optional and recommended as a good time to meet people who enjoy learning the Ukulele Mele Way. Kaunoa Senior Center is located in Spreckelsville, Maui.

SIGN UP NOW by calling 808-270-7308.

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Other learning options with Ukulele Mele:

Whether you are a beginnerintermediate, or advanced ‘ukulele player, you can have fun learning to play the Ukulele Mele Way from wherever you live!

Aloha, Mele Fong, aka Ukulele Mele

Review Hawaii State Holidays Program

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State Holidays was the title of the program on Wednesday, May 30 at Kaunoa Senior Center on Maui. This was the second in the new Hawaiian History and Song Series for 2018.

Seventeen people signed up for State Holidays, the second program in my new Hawaiian History and Song Series for 2018 on Wednesday, May 30 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better. The focus was on learning the history behind Kuhio Day and Kamehameha Day, Hawaii’s two state holidays honoring past royalty, and singing related songs. Part one lecture took about 60-minutes, followed by Part two taking 25-minutes to get through five songs. The first two songs honored Kamehameha and the second two songs honored Prince Kuhio by taking place in Waikiki where he lived with his wife.

Afterwards, one new attendee came up to ask when the next program would be (just when I’m wondering whether to continue the history series next year). It was rewarding to see many returning people who expressed their enjoyment of the program, too.

Here is the list of 5 songs with my unique ‘ukulele strums that we played:

  1. Hawaii Ponoi – Waltz Variation Strum.
  2. King Kamehameha the Conqueror of the Islands – I Wanna Rest/4And Strums.
  3. Kaimana Hila – ‘Ōlapa Strum.
  4. On The Beach at Waikiki – Hum Ding-Ah Strum.
  5. Hawaii Aloha – Morse Code Strum.

HERE’S HOW TO LEARN THE ABOVE SONGS FROM WHEREVER YOU LIVE:

DOWNLOAD A SINGLE SONG PURCHASE to your digital device. Get the song sheets, video lesson, audio recording, and video story behind the song bundled for one low price.

PURCHASE A PACKAGED SONG SET OF BOOK/DVD/CD. Get the song sheets, video lesson, and audio recording for 6 songs with 8 unique strumming styles to learn off-line.

  1. Nostalgic Hawaiian Songs, Vol. 1 – On The Beach At Waikiki plus 5 other songs for intermediate ‘ukulele players.
  2. Nostalgic Hawaiian Songs, Vol. 2 – Kaimana Hila, Hawaii Aloha, plus 4 other songs for intermediate ‘ukulele players.

SCHEDULE PRIVATE WEBCAM LESSONS. Listen to the audio recording of King Kamehameha on my website Fan Club, and then get the song sheet with your private webcam lesson on how to play it.

The Hawaiian History and Song series continues on the 5th Wednesdays of the month. The next program is August 29 and is titled Legacies of Hawaiian Leaders (Queen Emma, Bernice Pauahi Bishop, King William Lunalilo, Queen Kapiolani, and Queen Lili’uokalani.

Visit my webpage about oral historyclasses at Kaunoa and see photos from past classes for more information.

Aloha, Mele Fong aka Ukulele Mele

State Holidays and Song for May

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State Holidays and Song is the title of the program on Wednesday, May 30 at Kaunoa Senior Center on Maui.

State Holidays and Song is the title of my program on Wednesday, May 30 from 10 a.m. – 12 noon at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better on Maui. We will learn about Kamehameha Day and Kuhio Day and the significance behind these two state holidays honoring Hawai’i’s royalty. Plus we will sing some songs related to the time period and learn the stories behind the songs in keeping with Hawaiian oral history traditions.

Participants can follow the song’s lyrics and ‘ukulele chords projected onto the large screen at the front of the room (similar to Sing-Along with Mitch Miller). All ‘ukulele players are invited to bring instruments to play along as I lead everyone by singing and playing my ‘ukulele while my husband accompanies us on ‘ukulele-bass.

Similar to the new additions in my Sing-Along with Mele Fong series, there is a slide before each song that shows the unique strum graphic (how we play the rhythm) and the chord shapes with corresponding finger numbers for playing the ‘ukulele. Don’t worry if you don’t know the ‘ukulele chords or the unique strumming pattern for the songs. The focus is on learning Hawaiian history, singing the songs, finding out the stories behind them, and enjoying the group experience.

Lunch is optional and a good time to sit around and talk story with like minded people who enjoy Hawaiian history, singing, and playing the ‘ukulele.

SIGN UP NOW by calling 808-270-7308.

This program is the second of the new Hawaiian History and Song series for 2018 on the 5th Wednesdays of the month. The next program is titled Legacies of Hawaiian Leaders scheduled for August 29.

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KEEP HAWAIIAN MUSIC ALIVE from wherever you live! Click here.

  1. Download Single Song lessons to your digital device
  2. Purchase Packaged Song Sets of book/DVD/CD for Nostalgic Hawaiian songs
  3. Schedule Private Webcam Lessons for feedback
  4. Subscribe to Complete Monthly Online Lessons and learn many Hawaiian songs
  5. Listen to free audio recordings of Hawaiian songs and then schedule lessons to learn how to play them

Whether you are a beginnerintermediate, or advanced ‘ukulele  player, you can have fun learning to play the Ukulele Mele Way from wherever you live!

Aloha, Mele Fong, aka Ukulele Mele

Review Flower and Lei Songs 2018

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Twenty three people signed up for the monthly Sing-Along with Mele Fong series – Flower and Lei Songs program on May 3, 2018 at Kaunoa Senior Center on Maui.

“I’ll be back and I’ll bring my friends,” commented a first time participant after the program.

Twenty-three people signed up for my monthly Sing-Along with Mele Fong Series – Flower and Lei Songs on Thursday, May 3, 2018 at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better on Maui.

During the new “Hawaiian history moment of the month” I talked about May Day is Lei Day in Hawaii as both the unique Hawaiian cultural occasion and the song that is celebrated on the first day of May in Hawaii nei. Read more by clicking here.

The “Sing-Along with Mitch Miller” format of projecting the song lyrics and ‘ukulele chords on a screen at the front of the room, and having my husband provide the u-bass line to fill in the lower tones to the higher pitched ‘ukulele worked great! We continued the routine of learning how to pronounce any Hawaiian words in the songs, the story behind each song whether it was Hawaiian or not, and playing each song twice to reinforce what we learned.

We sang nine songs (omitting a prepared tenth song) during the 75-minute program including Hawai’i Aloha (in the Hawaiian language) that is traditionally sung to end a public event in Hawaii. Here is the song list with my unique ‘ukulele strums:

  1. May Day is Lei Day – Hum Ding-Ah Strum.
  2. Pua Ahihi – I Wanna Rest Strum.
  3. For You a Lei – Bossa Nova and Latin Strums.
  4. Pua Lililehua – Morse Code Strum.
  5. My Yellow Ginger Lei – I Wanna Rest Strum.
  6. Pua Lilia – 2 Waltz Strums.
  7. He Aloha Mele – Latin Strums.
  8. Maile Lei For Your Hair – Bossa Nova Strum.
  9. Hawaii Aloha – Morse Code Strum.

HERE’S HOW UKULELE PLAYERS CAN LEARN THE ABOVE SONGS FROM WHEREVER YOU LIVE:

LISTEN TO THE RECORDINGS IN THE FREE ONLINE FAN CLUB and then schedule private lessons on Maui or via webcam to get the song sheets and feedback on how to play it.

  1. From the Hawaiian Songs Category – Pua Ahihi and Pua Lililehua.
  2. From the Hapa Haole Songs Category – For You a Lei, Maile Lei For Your Hair, May Day is Lei Day, My Yellow Ginger Lei.
  3. See all categories of songs with over 100+ audio recordings that you can sing and play along with professional entertainers on voice, ukulele, and ukulele-bass.

DOWNLOAD A SINGLE SONG PURCHASE to your digital device. Get the song sheets, video lesson, audio recording, and video story behind the song for only the song you select.

  1. Hawaii Aloha
  2. Pua Lilia
  3. See all Single Song Purchases

SUBSCRIBE TO ONLINE LESSONS. Get the song sheets, video lesson, audio recording, and video story behind the song for 16 songs with unique strumming styles for beginners to intermediate ukulele players. Select the One Month Trial or the Recurring Monthly Package.

  1. Advanced Online Lessons aka Complete Monthly Online Lessons – Hawaii Aloha, Pua Lilia, and 48 other songs.

PURCHASE A PACKAGED SONG SET OF BOOK/DVD/CD. Get the song sheets, video lesson, and audio recording for 6 songs with 8 unique strumming styles for beginners to advance ukulele players.

  1. Nostalgic Hawaiian Songs, Vol. 2 – Hawai’i Aloha, Pua Lilia, plus 4 other songs for intermediate ‘ukulele players.
  2. See all packaged song sets

Stay tuned for the next Sing-Along with Mele Fong Series – Small Kid Time Songs on Friday, June 15.

Visit my webpage about classes at Kaunoa and see photos from past classes for more information.

Aloha, Mele Fong aka Ukulele Mele