YouTube Channel: KenMiddletonUkulele
From his notes: Although it is in the style of a Scottish lament, this beautiful tune was composed by Jay Unger in 1982. I have just used the tune and worked my own arrangement around it. It has not been my intention to copy any existing version.
The title refers to the village of Ashokan, in the Catskills, which is now covered by the waters of a reservoir.
I am playing an Ohana TK-35CG. This is my favourite ukulele to play and the best all-round tenor uke of any that I use (including very much more expensive instruments).
This arrangement is quite difficult to play as you have have to be very precise with the fingering and dynamics.
My TAB for this arrangement is available free. I’m having problems with my website at the moment, so, if you want the TAB, please send me your email address and I will send it to you. If you try this arrangement, it would be really helpful to me to get some feedback. Thanks.