|2. December 2013||Posted by Wilfried Welti under Common, New Videos, Ukulele||
Today I tried making a tutorial video. I hope you like it: (If it is not available on Youtube yet, watch it on Vimeo:) You can also download the video on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/80815440T
|5. November 2013||Common, New Videos, Ukulele|
I was fascinated by this flamenco technique since a long time, so I really had to try it one more time. Yes, I know, there’s still a lot of room for improvement. So, if anybody can give me some good advice, I’d be very thankful for a Youtube comment or a message via my contact…
|17. October 2013||Common, New Videos, Ukulele|
Here I am playing the wellknown love song from Jean-Paul-Égide Martini. The warm sound of my Makapili soprano fits it wonderfully, IMHO. I didn’t care much about “proper arranging” when I played this. So it’s pretty unwieldy: I’m using all the 17 frets of the Makapili, but nevertheless there are some pretty bad stretches which…
|21. September 2013||Posted by Wilfried Welti under Common, New Videos, Ukulele||
A few classics from Gaspar Sanz. The ukulele probably resembles the baroque guitar much better as the classical guitar does.
|5. August 2013||Posted by Wilfried Welti under Common, New Videos, Ukulele||
I was always fascinated by John Dowland’s melancholic, but beautiful music. Here is my humble attempt at playing “Dowland’s Midnight” on my uke. This is a super-cheap chinese made schaepe soprano ukulele. The strings are ukuMele Fluorcarbon by www.ukumele.de .
|26. May 2013||Posted by Wilfried Welti under Common, New Videos, Ukulele|
The wellknown drinking song by Pierre Attaignant: Tourdion! A renaissance earworm!
|19. April 2013||Posted by Wilfried Welti under Common, New Videos, Ukulele||
Te Deum by Marc-Antoine Charpentier, played on a Kiwaya KS-0. I tuned it to ADF#B, and used a capo at the 2nd fret, to achieve a higher pitch. This sounds better for this piece, I think.