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Herman Vandecauter, composition on Kiwaya Tenor ukulele

12 2010

Herman Vandecauter from Belgium has just composed a really nice piece for the ukulele called Instantanea.

Herman is a pro classical guitarist who has taken up the ukulele a little more than a year ago. He has proven his great musicianship by writing and arranging several pieces for the ukulele and has become a prominent contributor to the classical uke community.

Instantanea, composed and played on a Kiwaya tenor KTT 1 by Herman Vandecauter

Herman has also started a new blog in which you can read about different ukulele experiments he has made, such as turning a cheap Makala into a great ukulele and testing Orkas strings on a tenor uke.

Herman has made his ukulele tracks (mp3’s) downloadable on his Soundcloud here.

Follow him on Twitter here.

2 Comments »

  1. Bossarocker on the 15th of May 2010 @ 11:53

    Herman is a great player – I will be playing a tune of his on the Ukulele! radio show next week! :)

  2. Armelle Europe on the 15th of May 2010 @ 12:21

    Bossarocker : yes he is. Great to hear you will be playing a tune of his next week.
    I’m really looking forward to listening to the show!

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