SIMPLE AND CATCHY ARRANGEMENTS

OF 29 FAVORITES, OLD AND NEW,

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PARADE OF THE WOODEN SOLDIERS

(IN THE GOOD OLD\ I ) e-.

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PEANUT VENDOR PAPER DOLL

YOURS

BALLIN' THE JACK GLOW WORM POINCIANA

THERE'LL BE SOME CHANGES MADE SONG OF THE ISLANDS EL RANCHO GRANDE MANHATTAN

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Roy SMECK, known for 25 years as a virtuoso of the ukelele, Hawaiian and Spanish guitars, banjo, harmonica and many other instruments, has justly earned the title of "Wizard of the Strings." He appeared in scores of motion pictures for the major movie studios, and performed the first ukulele solo in sound pictures. Aside from his movie career, he built himself a national reputation with innumerable cross country tours and appearances with such outstanding artists as Mischa Elman, Martinelli, Harold Bauer and the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Finally, he has augmented his standing as a performing artist with any number of fine recordings as well as with numerous collections of ukulele music

which he arranged and edited. ,

Trying constantly to improve his instrument, he perfected, among othJr inventions, a tuning device which makes the playing of even the most difficult and unusual keys a matter of greatest simplicity.

The book which follows is a collection of the song successes of today and yesterday as arranged for the ukulele by this great artist, preceded by a set of detailed instructions for playing this more popular than ever instrument. Should you have any other questions about the instrument or the author of this book, please feel free to write to the publishers who will be glad to forward your letters to Mr. Smeck.

INDEX OF SONG TITLES

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A GAY RANCHERO : 62

(ALLA EN) EL RANCHO GRANDE ; 57

BALLIN' THE JACK : , 23

. BREEZE AND I, THE (based on Lecuona's "AndaluciaU} .••••....•.••••••..•....•..••••...•..•.••••.•..• 18

GLOW WORM ~ 25

HOT TIME IN THE OLD TOWN TONIGHT (There'll be a} , 19

IDAl SWEET AS ApPLE CIDER .. , ., : 54

IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME : : : ; 16

IT's DELIGHTFUL TO BE MARRIED , 43

JAZZ ME BLUES , , 31

JOLLY PETER (Rummel Petrus} : , : 50

JUNGLE DRUMS [Lecuona] 60

KING'S SERENADE ; : 61

MAMA DON'T WANT NO PEAS AN' RICE AN' COCOANUT OIL ' 36

MAMA INEZ 58

MANHATTAN (Rodgers and Hart} 28

MARTA (Rambling Rose af the Wildwoad} 52

My SHAWL , ; 55

PApER DOLL : : 20

PARADE OF THE WOODEN SOLDIERS 13

PEANUT VENDOR, THE , , : 40

PLAY FIDDLE PLAY , ..........• , : .. :.: 38

.POINCIANA : ; 33

SAY "SI SI" {Lecuona) ·: ; 48

SONG OF THE ISLANDS : 22

TANGO OF ROSEs : , 44

THERE'LL BE SOME CHANGES MADE , .J. 30

WHAT A DIFF:'RENCE A DAY MADE; ' ~ .. 46 ."

YOURS : 26

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Staff, Notes, Lines, Spaces

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'Note Values

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Beat -). 1 - 2 3 - 4

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" The ukulele may be tuned in a number of ways: with thehelp of the piano, some other

instrument or by ear; but whatever system you use, always begin by tuning the third string, then go on to the second, then to the first and finally to the fourth.

The easiest way. to. tune the ukulele is with a Ukulele Tuner. This device' con;ists of four pipes each of which .produces the correct tone for a corresponding string. A look at the diagram below will show you exactly how the tuner works.

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To tune u'ithout Tuner or Piano (by ear),'

1. Tune the third (DJ string to a fairly low tone (but not too low). This will give you an approximate D in case you don't have absolute pitch.

2. Place the finger behind the 4th fret of the third string and tighten (or loosen) the second (F#) string until it has the same sound.

3. Place the finger behind the 5th fret of the second string and tune the first (BJ string to the new sound,

4. Finally press the second stringbehind the 3rd fret and tune the fourth string to A~the same sound but an octave lower.

Other Tunings Used in Popular Music

C major 6th Tuning Bb major 6th Tuning
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First of all place the ukulele next to the diagram below, from left to right, just as you hold it. The four long lines represent the four strings of the ukulele. Thesmall lines running across these and dividing them into sections correspond to the metal.lines on the fingerboard of the instrument

called frets. .

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The LBFT HAND-, The fingers of this hand are used for pressing down the strings to make the chords.

The RIGHT HAND - The fingers of the right hand are used for picking or striking the strings to produce the sound.

The Felt Pick

THE STROKES

There are two ways of picking or striking the strings; I. with the fingers, 2. with the felt pick. Either way is good.

srauxs=Tbese are done with the first finger of the right hand (see di agram ) . Use the finger nail for the down-stroke and the hall of the finger for the up-stroke. Always be sure that the finger swings very loosely.

To strum with the felt pick, hold the pick between the first finger and the- thumb and exe-

cute the strokes as above. .

ROUS- The down-roll is made with the nails of all four fingers plus the ball of the thumb. The uproll is the exact .opposite of the down-roll. Again using all four fingers plus the thumb, sweep the strings upward with the balls of the fingers and the nail of the thumb.

Practice each of these strokes first slowly then more rapidly; one after the other. The' complete roll (up and down) isa very effiecti ve stroke.

THE SCALES

The diagrams below show the position of each note of the scale.

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In The Good Old Summer Time, When it's ninteen sixty two, Truman may be in or out,

I can't say, can you?

'But I'm so sure that I will bet A hundred bucks. to a dime

That Margaret will be singing in The Good Old Summer Time.

In The Good Old Summer Time Mr. Murphy gives cigars;

Mrs. Murphy has six kids

And six kiddie cars. ~

You'll soon see some new baby clothes A-hanging out on her line;

She's having number seven in

The Good Old Summer Time.

In The Good Old Summer Time, In The Good Old Summer Time, Took a gal to theatre, then

Took her out to dine.

But when I asked her for a kiss

She answered: "Wait tfIl next time." No wonder I was burnin' in

The Good Old Summer Time.

In The Good Old Summer Time, I was going out to eat

\Vhen a seedy lookin' gent Stopped meon the street.

He asked me would I help him out, I promptly gave him a dime

. With which he bought a scratch sheet in The Good Old SummerTime.

In the Bad Old Winter Time,

All the gals wear too much clothes; They all seem quite shapely but Only mother knows.

It's not till August on the beach

That you can get a good line; Youdon't know what they look like till The Good Old Summer Time.

PATTER CHORUS

In The Good Old Summer Time (For Wand'ring In The Park) In The Good Old SummerTime (For Kissing In The Dark) Strolling Thru The Shady (Path In Lover's Lane)

With Your Baby Mine's (The Best One of Them All)

You Hold Her Hand and She (Is Happy Holding Yours) And That's A Very Good Sign

That She's Your Tootsie Wootsie (Ootsie OotsieGirl)

In The Good Old Summer.Time (Optional Harmony Eliding)

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Lyric by AL STILLMAN

(Based on "Andalucia")

. Music by ERNESTO LECUONA

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By JOHNNY S. BLAOK

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a - hove, and lead. us on

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Yours

~yric by ALBERT GAMSE JAOK SHERR

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We'll go to Yonk- er s Where true love con- quers In the wilds;

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Our Flat-bush flat, I guess __ .Will. be a great snc-e ess,

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To _ and fro; Fin to fin; Soul to soul; More or less;

And tell me what street I'd like to take a Our fu. -ture ba . bies A short va-ea • t.ion

Ju - Iy, ----.; sail on Ja- mai - e a Bay with you;_ we'll take to A - bie's I - rish Rosa..,

On . In - spir- a - tion Point we'll spend.;

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live to see __ . it close; The cit - y's
st'a . tion house z, _ we'll end But Civ- in Just made, for a girl and boy The dreams 'Jf. a girl and boy The dreams of a boy and goil The dreams of a girl and boy

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There'll Be Some Changes Made

Lyric by , BILLY HIGGINS

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Words and Music by :

TOM DELANEY

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. Lyric by BUDDY BERNIER

Music by NAT SIMON

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86 Mama Don't Want No Peas

An'RiceAn'Cocoanut Oil

By L.WOLFE GILBERT and L. CHARLES

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be - cause it will make her sin _

a pain right a- cross her chest __

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Play" Fiddle Play

Music by EMERY DEUTSCH & ARTHUR ALTMAN

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The Peanut Vendor

Words by MARION SUNSHINE & L. WOLFE GILBERT G

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In Cuba, his smiling-face is wel-come - most ev-tryplaee,

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Words by ANNA HELD

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Tango of Roses

Music by SCHREIER- BOTTERO

Lyric by OAROL RAVEN

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bltss-es And with ca-ress- es, Smil-ingcly said:

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. Lyricby.

ALSTILLMAN .and FRANCIA LUBAN

Say -sisi-

Music by ERNESTO LEUUONA

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Jolly Peter

(Bummel Petrus)

Cc Music by

M, WERNER-KERSTEN

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'" Idal Sweet as Apple Cider,

Lyric by EDDIE LEONARD

,.Music by EDDIE MUNSON

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love you I - da, deed I do. _

Lyric -by STANLEY ADAMS

My Shawl

(Ornb o) .

Music by XAVIER CUGAT

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(My Ranch)

Spanish Lyrics & Music by SILVANO R. RAMOS

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I'll get the cow- boys a rid - ing,_ Outwherethe rust - lersare hi~~ing.

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Lyric by . .

L WOLFE GILBERT

Music by ELISEO GRENET

OH MOM- E - NEZ _

OH MOM- E.- NEZ _

OH MOM- E - NEZ _

They hum and I'm deaf and The tour - ists

strum that LA RUM-BAfor you __ ~

dumb when LA RUM-BA I see _

slum, for LA RUM-BAeach night _

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NEZ OR MOM-E - NEZ My limbs get

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ff!ll so hard for the tan - go

Af ". ric - ans in a lewd way

then they find it can - . tag- ious,

But And They

now this brand new fan - though you dance in a spend their in - come and

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dang- o's got . me like noth - ing got me be - fore, OR MOM ~ E -

loves your won - der- ful style, OH MOM -E -

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Send your rues-sage to me. (Bring love's mes-sage to me.) Guid-ing .

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rue, Through the trop -rc mase.c. . WIth theIr weird mel- 0-

dy. (Chant-ing the ir mel-o -dy.)___ "You are· mine" __

Is the mes-sage they cry,__ HI am thine __ Copyright MC1dXXIX'by Ernesto Leouona

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This arrangement Copyright MCML by Edward B. Marks Music Corporation

I long as

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stars light the sky." __ · Jun - gle Drums -' at your call I fly,_

To the pa- gan I

love. _

love. __

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Lyric by_ CAROL RAVEN

King's Serenade

Music by CHAR E. KING

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dream there with me. To the strains of love's old' ser- e - nade. __

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Lyric by·' . ABE TUVIMand FRANCIA UJBAN

A .Gay Ranchero

Music by

J. J. ESPINOSA

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world of . how they met This Gay Ran- cher - 0, this cab-al-

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'rl." .... -4~t~ - - - - -- - - - - , I I 5·0iAVORITE "GET TOGETHER" II I SONGS I

I When "good fellows get together", during the course of almost II

every evening, the inevitable question is asked-" HOW ABOUT

I A SONG?" We know whereof we speak, for there isn't a greater

inspiration than a song to help the cheer along. But! WHAT TO '1

I ",., SING?-The Publishers have' attempted to answer that question, in

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I CONTENTS II

A Little More Cider Little Brown Jug

I Ach.du Lieber>4"ugustin Merrily We Roll Along

AU Hands on Deck Monkeys Wedding I

Another Little Drink Won't Do No Harm My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean ".

'.1 Auld Lang Syne. 'My Last Old Dollar I

Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms Oh Susanna '

Big Rock Candy Mountain Old Mac Donald Had A Farm

I Bitter Beer One Grasshopper Jumped Right '.'

Christofo Columbo Over the Other Grasshopper's Back I ..

Clementine Polly Wolly Doodle

I Eleven More Months and Ten More Days Pop Goes The Wease!

Forty Nine Bottles Schriihelbank, I

Funiculi Funicula Shoo Fly,iDon't Bother Me ,

I Good Night Ladies Silver Threads Among the Gold I' ","

Hail Hail the Gang's All Here Sparkling Piper Heidsieck .:

He's a Jolly Good Fellow Sucking' Cider Through A Straw

I Hinky Dinky Parley-Yoo Sweet Genevieve

Hoch Sollst Du Leben The Animal Fair I

-, • Home Sweet Home The Old Grey Mare

I" How Dry tAm . ' The Old Oaken Bucket .

"1' " Immer Noch Ein Troepf~chei't There Was A Young Man I

In Mobile·' ' Turkey In The Straw

It AiJ:1't Genne Rain Vive La Compagnie

Jim Crack Corn' Wearing of The Green I

I Jolly Coppersmiths WWhe Won't Gedt ,Home Until Morning

Lauterbach en You an . Were Young Maggie

I ume,;ck., WITH" UKE': ::;:~:~:~~~~; I

: Sol. SoIUng Agoh., PIEDMONT MUSIC CO., IN~c.· .. ,11

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