Ukulele Sound

I had an ukulele lesson today.  My teacher Hayashi gave me a new score-First Love by Hikaru Utada who is a wonderful female japanese singer.
Do you know Hikaru Utada?
It's a beautiful Japanese song.
Here's Jake Shimabukuro plays 'First Love' with ukulele.
Isnt it wonderful? It makes me or you )heal so much.

How do you like it?

11 件のコメント:

CountryDreaming さんのコメント...

Pleasingly peaceful. I love how music is the universal language. Thank you for sharing your favorite song. How exciting that you are learning to play the same one! Wishing you all the best in the New Year 2010.

Duchess of Tea さんのコメント...

Mami darling of all the days, today is the day my computer speakers decided to stop working. What a shame, I will bookmark it and will listen to it later.

Love & Hugs

juanitatortilla さんのコメント...

This song must be very popular, because it sounds familiar to me.
So beautifully played! Next time, we will be listening to yours? :)

Gary and Elizabeth~ さんのコメント...

Hi Mami,
I have been catching up with you today and have enjoyed my visit very much.
I love the ukulele, my Grandpa used to play.
enjoy your day,

Janie さんのコメント...

The song is lovely. I hope you are enjoying the ukelele lessons. Sounds like fun. I play piano and some guitar.

Duchess of Tea さんのコメント...

Mami darling, this time I was able to hear it, wow, it is incredible. Thanks for sharing.

Love & Hugs

Tracey さんのコメント...

I have tagged you Mami......xxx

Teika Kawashi さんのコメント...

Mami..I love the soothing music. I have always love Japanese music and songs..Looking forward to Mami's next post..Everyday I would see if Mami posted something..

Duchess of Tea さんのコメント...

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Cal さんのコメント...

Beautiful. Thank you for sharing this xxxxx

RNSANE さんのコメント...

Very nice, Mami. I am a great fan of jazz. My friend sang three months in Tokyo at the NY bar. She was accompanied to Japan by Shota Osaba who is Japanese but also lives in San Francisco. He is a fabulous piano player and is often in Japan, playing for Japanese singers. He has a couple of CDs out, Happy Coat and Happy Count. In fact, he will be at Asakusa in March for two weeks.

The ukelele is lovely, very different sound from Hawaiian players.