Traditional: Willsons wilde (in G)

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Traditional: Willsons wilde (in G) As promised in my previous post, here is a version raised in pitch from C to G to fit in some more base notes (the lute original used the tonic, dominant and subdominant).

In the first 41 bars you have to run up and down the first string rather a lot, so as an experiment the repeat (bar 42 …) has a lot of 5th position playing, which falls easier under the fingers. Which do you prefer?

Available in pdf (preview), pdf auto download, png (p1), png (p2) and TablEdit formats.

Music Tablature of Willsons wilde for Low G Ukulele

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