Ukulele & Languages

Different countries,
Different cultures
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Revise Geography with a ukulele

20 2009

Alfred Williams has created a ukulele song which is in fact a revolutionary method to help you remember the shapes of the maps of several countries. If Geography was not your best subject, here is a chance to see it differently.

I am pretty certain that you have never thought about country maps in such a light.

The song is called Trinidad looks quite like Wales.

And here is another video by Alfred Williams, who is probably the fastest talker I have ever heard, for a good dose of British sense of humour.


  1. Al on the 21st of October 2009 @ 09:23

    This guy is excellent. How come I haven’t heard him before? Thanks, Armelle.

  2. Acilius on the 21st of October 2009 @ 15:22

    Hilarious! Thanks for lightening a day when I’m at home with the flu.

  3. Pattern recognition « Panther Red on the 21st of October 2009 @ 15:39

    […] Ukulele and Languages | Leave a Comment  Friend of the blog Armelle Europe has posted a couple of hilarious videos by Alfred Williams at her website, Ukulele and Languages.  If you like puns, you’ll like “I Can’t Think of Any […]

  4. Armelle Europe on the 21st of October 2009 @ 18:31

    Al : he’s brilliant ! Glad you liked the videos too ;) He’s just uploaded a live version of “I can’t think of any jokes” :

    He also did covers of Love Machine and Mmmbop in Latin. See this post :

    Acilius : sorry to hear you are sick. Get well soon ! Glad Alfred’s videos distracted you, he’s got such a great sense of humour !
    Thanks for the mention on Panther Red !

  5. Al on the 21st of October 2009 @ 20:36

    Yeah, I realised it was the Love Machine in Latin guy when I read Acilius’s post. Subscribed to him now so I won’t miss any more.

  6. Polka Dot Dot Dot, Zoe Lewis, Victoria Vox & BAS: Saturday UkeTube | Ukulele Hunt on the 24th of October 2009 @ 15:02

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