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Uke can do it!

| Hansen Hasenberg
Introduced to Hawaiians by the Portuguese in the 19th century, the ukulele has become a staple of the island’s sound. The unique instrument, which employs four nylon strings around a small, guitar-like body, is also quite popular beyond the 50th state.
Students at West Navarre Intermediate test out ukuleles.


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