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| Part of Harrogate Music Centre Part of Harrogate Music Centre Search Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Home FAQs Posts Practice Videos Psycho-Killer Purple Haze Scores & Tabs Upcoming Events Contact Us Post navigation ← Older posts Summer Set List Posted on 20 May, 2016 by Mark Reply The set-list we were looking at for at least the june concert is : Purple Haze Harvest Moon Blame it on Me Everlong Take On Me Galway Girl Since You’ve been Gone Man of Constant Sorrow Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a reply Victoria Wood -You Don’t Need a Degree to Play Ukulele Posted on 21 April, 2016 by Mark Reply Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a reply Blame It On Me – score update Posted on 25 January, 2016 by Mark Reply I’ve put the summary score for “Blame it on Me” in the Scores and Tabs page. We now have both scores up there. The summary score hasn’t had any changes in notation, so I suggest you speak to someone in the group and see what annotations they’ve made. Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a reply Here’s the nice strumming pattern for Harvest Moon Posted on 14 January, 2016 by Mark Reply Here’s the strumming pattern. It starts with just your thumb on the G string. Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a reply great new start to the term Posted on 8 November, 2015 by Mark Reply Well, it’s November 2015 and that means a start to the half-term after three (yes, three) weeks off. We have two new faces (welcome Philippa and Jackie) and two (potentially three or four) who are moving up to the senior group. This is great news, and whilst their enthusiastic participation will be missed, it’s good that the beginners group is serving its purposes, which are: boot-strap people up to the next group give those that want to not go up, somewhere nice to come for a play and a sing So, I’m enjoying teaching this term, and we have started on Cecelia by Simon and Garfunkel. It’s going to be epic, and we’re going to mess with it a bit and keep it raucous. I’m particularly inspired by this cover below by Local Natives: Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a reply Summer concert season is over – a review of the year Posted on 28 July, 2015 by Mark Reply Well, we made it to the end of the summer concert, with one or two informal concerts, a formal one, and an excellent session at the York Ukulele festival. This was an excellent event, lots of GREAT groups with a huge mix of styles, hosted in a pub. What’s more, Red Cow had engaged an excellent set of ents managers and the sound quality was great. It’s difficult to sing when you don’t have good feedback. we are lined up for a great birthday concert for one of our members in October, and we are lined up for the Harrogate Club in November. The beginners group has gone incredibly well, with only a couple of drop-outs. We’ve gone from a gentle start with Tennessee Waltz, to getting deeply into playing “Five Years Time” by Noah and the Whale. It’s a great sone – sounds simple but is actually very layered. It seems to have only three chords, but the strumming pattern is complex enough to make it a challenge. We’ve had one social and there are more to follow. Finally, Music Centre is moving from Harrogate High (which is being rebuilt) to St Aidan’s. It’s going be a interesting week or two whilst we find our feet in the new venue. Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a reply Harrogate Ukulele Group plays Harrogate Royal Hall Posted on 5 March, 2015 by Mark Reply So, that was the gig that was. As part of playing in the Harrogate Music Centre Gala Concert, Ukuleles played a 10 minute set. The Gala Concert is a biennial concert showcasing each ensemble in Music Centre, and generally runs for about 2 hours (including breaks). It pays testimony to the quality of music teaching in Harrogate that we could sell and seat best part of 700 people in an 800 person venue. The Royal Hall is a fantastic venue, and we had brilliant tech support on the night from the venue events team. We need to also pay thanks to the tireless parents association who organised, sold tickets, fund-raised, managed the door, supported the staff, generally were everywhere at once being extremely capable and were in themselves supported by their crew from the senior ensembles. So, to our set-list. We struck a delicate balance between what are foot-tappers that people like to hear, and what are interesting pieces that are challenging and fun for the group to play, but which are not necessarily main-stream pieces that the audience would be familiar with. In the end we went with: Purple Haze (Hendricks) with the Meade/Kazoo variation Tico Tico (Zequinha de Abreu) Blame it on me (George Ezra) Applause was genuinely loud, which was an amazing surprise and got the group buzzing. Then as part of the concert finale, we played as part of the larger orchestral arrangement of One Day Like This (Elbow, Arr. Garvey, Cond. Price) which started out gentle, then through multiple verses layered in parts of the orchestra, and was joined for the repeating anthemic chorus with a 150 strong choir. At the end, we had the ENTIRE ROYAL HALL on their feet, singing, supporting, dancing and applauding, including an encore. That was the night that was. Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a reply Posted on 15 February, 2015 by Mark Reply “After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible, is music”. Aldous Huxley Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a reply Beginners Group – next steps Posted on 22 January, 2015 by Mark Reply So The beginners group is now 11 strong, which is great. We’ve done our inductions, know which way up to hold the thing, and have all grasped tuning. We’ve started playing Tennessee Waltz, and it surprised me how quickly the group has moved forward – I sometimes wonder if I’m leading the group, or being pushed forward by it ?? As hoped, some people are wanting to explore their styles, and which part of playing the ukulele most appeals to them – as such some pluckers are emerging. This means we need to focus on strengthening ourselves as a group. In all things when playing in a group, timing is everything; even the most simple song sounds great when timing is sharp, and not so good otherwise. One great compliment a musician can hear is “that was tight”. This week we’re going to stay a little with Tennessee Waltz, as a warm up if nothing else, then start with “Ode to Joy”, It’s a nice simple song in 4/4 time, with simple plucking patterns on only 3 strings, all in the same region on the fret board. The plan is to play it really slowly and focus on getting our timing right with plucking. This will help us get the plucking parts right on some more advanced songs. I think a little groundwork here will pay dividends later. Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a reply Beginners Group gets off to a flying start Posted on 11 January, 2015 by Mark Reply So, the beginners group started, and we have 10 participants with a great age range. It’s a tremendous start, and looks like it will work really well as a group, as well as a feeder to the advanced group for those who progress that way. we broke the session down into: How the group works and hopefully how group learning works well for us which way up your uke is, and how to tune it C, the mother and father of all chords on the uke strumming technique making a start on Tennessee waltz, and we got as far as the G7, which really surprised me as to how well the group moved along. I think quite a few people have been practicing before they came ?? So, I’m really happy. 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