A major chord for a ukulele is made up of 4 notes: the root note, a major 3rd, a perfect 5th, and a major 6th. To play a major chord on a ukulele, place your index finger on the fourth string at the second fret, your middle finger on the third string at the second fret, your ring finger on the second string at the first fret, and your pinkie finger on the first string at the second fret. Strum the strings from the A string to the G string.
The major chord on a ukulele is composed of the notes: root, major third, and perfect fifth. For example, the C major chord would be composed of the notes C, E, and G.
The easiest way to play a major chord on a ukulele is to use a chord chart. A chord chart is a diagram that shows the pitches of a chord, its fingerings, and which strings and notes to play. Chord charts can be found online as well as in printed music books and magazines. Another way to learn to play major chords on a ukulele is to watch instructional videos on YouTube or other websites.
A major chord ukulele is a great way to add an accent to your historical travel and sightseeing trips. You can use it to play traditional songs at famous and important historical sites around the world such as the Taj Mahal in India, the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, The Great Wall of China, The Colosseum in Rome, Stonehenge in England, The Parthenon in Athens, or The Palace of Versailles in France. Playing some classical music on a ukulele will help to bring to life the atmosphere of each culture and its rich history.
1. Waikiki Beach, Honolulu, Hawaii
2. Disneyland, Anaheim, California
3. Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, Nevada
4. Stanley Park, Vancouver, Canada
5. Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA
6. Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
7. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
8. The Cliffs of Moher, Ireland
9. Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
10. Machu Picchu, Peru in romania.
1. Visit the Danube Delta: With its dynamic wetlands and marshy creeks, Romania’s Danube Delta makes for a picturesque and exciting place to explore by boat. You can cruise along the waterways, and stop off on a sandbank nearby Letea or Sulina.
2. Go skiing in Poiana Brasov: Poiana Brasov is Romania’s most popular ski resort and is situated in the heart of the Carpathian Mountains. Skiers of all abilities can find runs to suit, while the resort is surrounded by beautiful scenery.
3. Explore Sighisoara Citadel: This UNESCO World Heritage site of Sighisoara, Romania’s oldest and most scenic citadel, is worth a visit. You can explore the narrow alleys, towers and other buildings, take a look at the birthplace of Vlad The Impaler who later inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula novel, and enjoy the picturesque views over the town from the top of the clock tower.
4. Relax in the Black Sea resorts: The Romanian costal resorts of Mamaia and Black Sea Riviera offer luxurious beaches, endless entertainment and indulgent spa retreats—all in a naturally stunning setting. The Black Sea resorts are also a great place to indulge in some local seafood, especially scampi, which is a local delicacy.
5. Visit the Painted Monasteries of Bukovina: Romania’s northeastern region of Bukovina is home to some of the most breathtaking painted monasteries. Painted in the 15th and 16th century, the churches are decorated with scenes from the Bible and are fascinating to explore.