Zelda's Lullaby – Ukulele Lesson


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A beautiful piece from the video game series: Zelda. This arrangement features 3 Melodies labeled: A, B and C. Melody C is a variation on melody A and is unique to the arrangement. Throughout the song we have a steady and flowing count of 3/4; but feel free to use poetic license and add fermatas to the end of sections if desired.

The tricky part of this song lies in the transitions: the changes from one chord to another. I would recommend practicing bars that are more challenging (for ex: bars 5-6) by playing the chord [in bar 5 – Bm7] on the 1 beat, holding it out for a count of 3, then changing to the next chord [bar 6 – Bbdim7] and strumming it on the 1 beat, while holding it out for a count of 3. Loop these 2 bars and start slowly. Try to steadily increase your speed as your become more confident. This helps to form muscle memory when changing to new and challenging chords.

A special thanks goes out to Steven Laity for allowing us to use his arrangement. Check out his YouTube channel for more cool uke videos:

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  1. Don't learn this version unless you have the money to go to the website and pay to learn the 2nd and 3rd parts of this song. They only give you the first 1/3rd of this song on YouTube then you have to pay for the rest…I don't have the extra money right now so I'm stuck only knowing a 3rd of zeldas lullaby. 😑😒

  2. i really loved to learn this music! actually, rock class 101 is the type of youtube channel that i was looking for, i learnt ukulele from youtube (here in portugal we dont have teachers for uke) and i was looking for this kinda step in my skills and i didnt saw any bright light in this plaform

    thanks from my heart, keep it up


  3. High Rock class 101, my name is Shane and I just started watching your videos and they are awesome! it would be very nice if you could do a tutorial on the original 1960s Spider-Man theme song so I can play it on my ukulele. thank you and keep up the awesome work!


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