the world’s first and only curated collection of ukulele arrangements.
Welcome to edUKEcation.com, the world’s first and only curated collection of ukulele arrangements. Our differentiated approach meets you where you are, making it easy for players of different skill levels to play together and giving solo players an array of options to help you grow over time.
Every bit of sheet music in our collection is written by dedicated pros who know the ukulele inside and out, blending the musical instincts of composers, players, and conductors alike. Unlike the machine-generated attempts at “one-size-fits-all” sheet music you might find in other places, each piece in our collection is expertly written by an actual human, assessed by the ear of an educator, and arranged especially for you.
We’ve made our entire collection easily searchable so it’s simple to find what you want.
We’ve made our entire collection easily searchable so it’s simple to find what you want. You can browse our ukulele sheet music by genre, song title, or composer and choose tablature or standard notation for each song, all in multiple parts (soprano, concert, tenor, and baritone) and arranged for players of various skill levels (beginner, intermediate, and advanced).
So, whether you’re a solo player looking to learn a new song or level up on one you already know, or if you’re a teacher ready to expand a casual ensemble into a parlor quartet or full orchestra, there’s something perfect for you here.EXPLORE the collection
we can strike arranging from your to-do list in just a few clicks.
If you’re a music teacher, you’ve already got a lot on your plate, and we can strike arranging from your to-do list in just a few clicks of our ukulele sheet music collection. If you’re a soloist, we’ve got your recital repertoire options right here. And if you’re somewhere in between, you’ll find something to get excited about—either new pieces to explore or new ways to play what you already know, on your own or with fellow players.
About the Ukulele
How do we love the ukulele? Let us count the ways!
This instrument is one of the most welcoming in all the world, able to be picked up and learned by people of every shape, size, background, and budget. Its practicality as a musical literacy-building tool is unmatched, and its versatility can surprise those who aren’t familiar with the richness of its range.
Introduced to the people of Hawaii in the late 19th century by Madeiran immigrants who brought over a small Portuguese guitar called the machete, the ukulele was soon reimagined into the string instrument we know today. Now, it’s generally constructed of wood in four sizes: soprano, concert, tenor, and baritone, all of which typically have four strings (though a few special varieties have six or eight).
Lightweight and often inexpensive, the ukulele is a highly portable instrument and instant camaraderie builder, perfect for everyone from beginners to accomplished multi-instrumentalists looking to explore new territory. From its Portuguese-Hawaiian origins and its underground popularity in 1930s Japan to its modern viral video ubiquity and widespread use in Canadian school music programs, the “uke” has enjoyed a long and spirited history around the world.