I got my Kahua zebra wood concert uke out,opened the book,and started playing thru "Las Hachas". OMG what eloquent beauty. The tune is easy to play,and sounds so much more complicated than it is. The tab,I should mention,is in an easy to read size,to boot. I played thru this tune a few times,and proceeded to play "Paradetas". Again,nothing too complicated here- something a beginning-intermediate uke player could do.
Most of the pieces are easy,however there are some that are dandys as far as being a more complex arrangement. One example would be "Canarios" which also goes up the neck. "Pasacalle in Dm" would be another more complicated and longer piece to memorize. It'd be something else if a ukulele player and a classical guitarist got together to perform duets using the tunes in this book. If you have a love of Spanish guitar music,this book is a must for your library. I still have copies left with the CD in my online store. (Mel Bay has now went to online audio downloads and no longer offers CDs with their books) To grab a copy with the CD,merely click on the cover of the book above,and pick one up for yourself! It's also a fine way of introducing kids to Spanish baroque music.