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1924 Wright Way to Learn the Ukulele by G. E. Wheeler English Music Lesson Book
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This lot is a book teaching a beginner how to play the ukulele. The book was written by G. E. Wheeler in 1924 and Wheeler’s includes basic chords, strumming patterns, and simple songs, making it suitable for beginners. It emphasizes practical playing techniques and provides step-by-step guidance to help learners quickly gain proficiency.

The ukulele gained immense popularity in the early 1900s, particularly in the United States, following its introduction to the mainland from Hawaii. Its rise can be traced back to the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco in 1915, where Hawaiian musicians captivated audiences with their performances. The instrument’s affordability, portability, and cheerful sound contributed to its widespread appeal. By the 1920s, the ukulele became a staple in American homes, schools, and popular music, symbolizing the carefree spirit of the Roaring Twenties.

The book is approximately 10″ tall by 7″ wide and has 32 pages.

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This vintage book is in good condition. The cover has small edge tears and wear. None of the inside pages are torn or creased. Please review the included photos of the actual items to make a complete determination of their condition.


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