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Opihi Moe Moe was composed by Leonard Kwan and is one of the most requested slack key guitar songs of all time. The piece is played on the guitar in the key of G but transposed to C to fit the ukulele. The lesson includes a slightly simplified version first, using mostly quarter and eighth note rhythms but triplets are added later to keep it more traditional, and a little more challenging. Try to keep up the energy in this piece to give it a paniolo style (Hawaiian cowboy). Some of the techniques necessary are addressed in the Solo Ukulele Workshop series of lessons.