Feliz Navidad is a classic Christmas tune relatively easy for any level of ukulele player. The song consists of just 4 chords and uses the same strumming pattern throughout.
In this lesson we will be learning the Christmas classic by Brenda Lee. The song consists of a melodic little lead and then goes into mainly chord strumming throughout.
In this ukulele lesson we will be learning a chord melody version of O Christmas Tree. While fairly challenging, it is a good tune to try if you are new at the chord melody concept because you can play it a slow tempo and it sounds great. As with most chord melodies we will be playing some more advanced chord fingerings to play the chords and melody at the same time.
In this lesson we will be learning a version of Deck The Halls in the key of D. The only chords used are D, A, E, and G. The trick here is getting the quick chord changes at the end of some of the measures.
In this lesson we will be learning the Elvis version of White Christmas. The tune is in the key of D and has a repeating 2 part arrangement. To imitate the Elvis version we have incorporated a riff like pattern in the strumming. Otherwise pretty straight ahead song.
In this lesson we are going to learn the Christmas tune All I Want For Christmas Is You. Easy song from the standpoint of chords being in the key of G.
In this lesson we will be learning the Christmas tune Mary Did You Know. The song is in Em and uses the chords Em, D, Am, B7, c, and G. The song is played with an arpeggiated fingerstyle.
Learn the melody to this Hawaiian Christmas classic
In this lesson we will be learning the chords to this Hawaiian Christmas classic.
Learn the chord progression for O Holy Night. The chords are played fingerstyle in an arpeggio fashion. Two simple finger picking patterns will get you through the entire song. The chords are mostly simple beginner chords in the key of C
In this lesson we will be learning a chord melody version of Silent Night. Chord Melody involves playing the melody and harmony together making for one complete piece. In other words “solo”. With chord melody fingerings are often very different and more complicated.
Blue Christmas is in the key of E and requires the following chords, E, A7, B7, F#7, and A#dim7. The lesson covers a simple strumming version.