Ode to Joy, Made In Hawaii: Friday Links

The UOGB provide a tutorial for playing Ode to Joy. Which you can play along with them at the Proms. They were plugging it on Radio 4’s Today (listen again here – starts about 1:41) along with Kathy Clugston.

Details of the John Kavanagh Memorial Concert.

Pam finds out what ‘‘Made in Hawaii’ really means. And the post is followed up by an article in the Hololulu Star Bulletin.

Uni visits Auckland where, according to the anchor, she’s a famous as the Rolling Stones.

For those of you who weren’t so keen on Madame Pamita’s lo-fi approach to recording, she has now rerecorded some songs in dazzling mono.

The Lille ukulele club COULE has a new website complete with uke-news blog in French and English and some funky illustrations.

Jeff always has the best ukulele photos on his blog and this one is an absolute gem.

Everyone is voting delete on this Flikr photo – it has to be saved (via Ukulelia).

Another – more challenging – ukulele quiz (via Seeso). 16/20 for me. But I dispute question 16 (and 18).

Daily Growl has an MP3 of Fanfarlo’s The Walls are Coming Down.

Uke Handie Stand.

I mentioned the other day that I couldn’t be sure Frank Sidebottom played the uke. I can now be sure.

Rodin and his Applause.

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