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Paul Simon for Ukulele

By Paul Simon

By Paul Simon. Music Sales America. Softcover. Paul Simon Music #PS11704. Published by Paul Simon Music (HL.14037718).

Item Number: HL.14037718

ISBN 0825637481. 9x12 inches.

Twenty classic Paul Simon classics arranged for ukulele! Complete with full lyrics, and easy-to-read chord boxes. Songs include: The Boxer • The Boy in the Bubble • Cecilia • Graceland • Homeward Bound • Late in the Evening • Loves Me like a Rock • Me and Julio down by the Schoolyard • Mrs. Robinson • The Sound of Silence • and more.

  • Mother And Child Reunion 
  • America 
  • American Tune 
  • Graceland 
  • Homeward Bound 
  • The Boxer 
  • The Boy In The Bubble 
  • Take Me to the Mardi Gras 
  • Late In The Evening 
  • Cecilia 
  • Father And Daughter 
  • The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) 
  • I Am A Rock 
  • Kodachrome TM 
  • Loves Me Like A Rock 
  • Mrs. Robinson 
  • Slip Slidin' Away 
  • The Sound Of Silence 
  • Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard 
  • A Hazy Shade Of Winter 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 4

    Santee, CA
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • 2011-10-28 00:00:00.0 A good reerence

    Unlike the other review, I find this book to be well worth the money. Few, if any, ukulele books include the music but are rather set up with the chords and words, relying on you to know the tunes. I do agree that a little closer edit might be a...

    good idea, but realistically if I need something like verses all together, I can copy the page and tape it together myself. Classical guitar has many pieces that for the sake of immediate continuity needs that done.

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  • 1

    Brooklyn, NY
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • 2011-06-20 00:00:00.0 Poor.

    This is the worst music publication I've ever seen, and I'll tell you why. The main and obvious reason is that there is no musical notation in this book. There are lyrics and chords. But even these are poorly edited. Second verses may require a page turn taking...

    you away from the chords for the verse. The lack of musical notation means that you can't play or sing the melody unless you know it. You can't see how the chords line up with the melody. Really, you can't integrate a musical understanding of the piece because the information is not there. I had expected that this publication was a real music publication. This offers no more than what can be found online. I hope you will feed this review back to Music Sales, the publisher of the book. This is a poor product. I would return mine, but it's not worth the shipping.

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