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.

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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