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Sway is the English version of "¿Quién será?", a 1953 mambo song by Mexican composer and bandleader Pablo Beltrán Ruiz. In 1954 the English lyrics were written by Norman Gimbel and recorded by Dean Martin (his recording reached number fifteen on the Billboard magazine best-seller chart and number six on the UK chart).
This song really shines when using 4-part, contemporary chords, a.k.a. “Jazz” chords. However all songs can be simplified down to their basic major, minor, diminished and augmented triads and played using these basic chords.
- Sway - Melody and Chord Ukulele Arrangement
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Sway - Melody and Chord Ukulele Arrangement
Ukulele arraignment for low G, C tuning.
Related Lessons for: Sway
Lessons directly related to Sway.
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|Core Chords - The Big Six - Building a Solid Chord Foundation|
Core Chords is a series of lessons for building your 4-part chords. These chords commonly called jazz chords, are really just 4-part chords used in a wide range of musical styles.
|Cool Ukulele Chords - F Sharp Minor Seven Flat Five|
F#m7b5 or F#half-diminished seven is a common chord in the key of G major and Em - especially Em.
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