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Hey all - Summer has arrived and we're doing our part to help cool you down with today's new Uke Lesson: "Schizophrenic Snowflakes"! It's a little lengthier than usual, with breakdowns of the "snowflake" intro and all three major themes in the song ... this one should keep you busy for a bit.

But once you get it down, here's a nice little vid for you to watch how the whole thing plays out: "Schizophrenic Snowflakes".

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*Also* If you would like to review our handy tutorials on:

The 5-Finger Roll! (Uke Minutes 15, for the Advanced Strumming) or
Finger Stretching Exercises (Uke Minutes 16, for that crucial Theme 1-B)

feel free to check them out in the Uke Minutes Section. And as always, if you have any questions, there are always awesome and amazingly talented UUers all over the Forum to help you out, OR you can email the man directly at: ASKALDRINE(at)GMAIL.COM. Muchos Mahalos! We love you long time, for always checking us out!

-UU Staff


  1. Would it be possible to get any sort of sheet music for this as I’m planning to perform this for my GCSEs (I live in the UK – so basically our big exams at the end of high school) and the examiners need some sort of sheet music to mark me… Any help is appreciated D: thanks x

  2. For the tuning, why tune everything up a step when you can whack a capo on the first fret?? Does it sound nicer or am i missing something??

  3. Hey I have a question. You know when you bend the note when you play on the 5th fret E string and then you pluck the 3rd fret and hammer onto the 5th fret of the E string…umm, how do you do that thing where you’re making the note hold longer…you’re finger looks like they vibrate or something like that. If you would be so kind to show me how that is done please. And thanks SOO much for all the lessons…MUCH LOVE TO YA! ^_^

  4. Great song, I have been using youtube’s “play it forward” to try to lean how to play the uke. the lesson set up you have is the best I have come across. I’m still in the process of learning this song but it should be pretty impressive to have this the first I learn.

    Great site. Keep it up

    Regards Joe

  5. Thank you for shairing your wonderful song with us. It is a good stretch and a great zone out tune.

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