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'The Ukulele: A Visual History'

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'The Ukulele: A Visual History'

'The Ukulele: A Visual History'

'The Ukulele: A Visual History'

Only Available in Archive Formats.
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Jim Beloff's book is a coffee-table tribute to the beauty of the ukulele. hide caption

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Jim Beloff is the author of a coffee-table book called The Ukulele: A Visual History. Beloff bought a used ukulele at a flea market about five years ago and became passionate about this little instrument. The book is filled with pictures of beautiful Hawaiian ukuleles and bizarre novelty versions. Beloff details the path of the instrument from Hawaii to the U.S. mainland, including portraits of some of the greatest players.

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