Greensleeves (failed by Francis Cutting Ukulele Chords

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Greensleeves (failed by Francis Cutting Ukulele Chords

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| This tablature is the author’s personal interpretation |
| of the song. You may only use it for private studies. The |
| author does not assume any legal liability for the misuse |
| of this material by other individuals or organizations. |

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Original title: Greensleeves
Composer: Anon./Francis Cutting (fl. 1583-c1603)
Source: Audio CD “Greensleeves”
(Deutsche Grammophon/Polydor, 1982)
Performer: Gцran Sцllscher
Transcribed by: Ralf Flicker (rflicker@mac.com)
Date: 22 June 2004 (first transcribed in 1994)

Revisions to this file posted on:
http://homepage.mac.com/rflicker/tabs.html

Originally submitted to Weed’s Classical Guitar Tablature page

Notes:

Cutting’s (original?) version of this renaissance classic
offers a a bit more for the classical guitarist than the
traditionally lame christmas ditty. Sцllscher plays it on an
11-string alto guitar, tuned as the normal renaissance lute

(Bb-C-D-E-F/G-c-f-a-d-g). My transcription for the standard
6-string guitar uses E-A-D-G-B-d tuning. At the time (10 yrs

ago), it seemed like a reasonable compromise, rendering most
of the transcription very true to the original while still
being possible to play. I think now that standard tuning
would have been better, if slightly more compliacted to play,
but now I can’t be bothered to redo it all, sorry. The one I
I give here is still a good version for the 6-string.

As intro (and outro), Sцllscher plays the more commonly known
version of Greensleeves, which you may find a dozen or more
transcriptions of to choose from.

Comments and corrections welcome!

Notation used in this tab:

| bar divisor
( arpeggiate chord
bar numbering
X,Y,Z abbreviated notation for positions 10, 11 and 12

Greensleeves, Anon./F. Cutting

Tuning: E-A-D-G-B-d

Time signature: 6/8
Quantum: 1/16
Tempo: allegro, 100 bpm
Expression: altieramente

D|—|—-0-2—–|—2——–|—0——–|0–2——–|
B|—|1—0-1—1-|3—1-0—0-|1—0—-01-|0—1-0—0-|
G|-2-|2———–|——1—–|2—1-1—2-|—-2-1—1-|
D|—|————|0—–2—–|—-2-2—–|——2—–|
A|—|0———0-|————|0—–3—0-|2—0——-|
E|—|————|———-0-|————|——0—0-|

D|—-0-2—4-|5—–0—–|2–0——–|————|
B|1—0-1—3-|0—–0—–|1—1-0—–|————|
G|2———–|0———–|0—–1—1-|2———–|
D|———-0-|————|—-0-2–4–|2———–|
A|0—2-3—–|——2—–|3———–|0———–|
E|————|3———–|———-0-|————|

D|5(——-4–|0–2——–|2(——-0–|————|
B|0(——–5-|0—1-0—–|1(——–1-|0–1–0—0-|
G|0(———-|—-2-0—–|2(———-|—-2-1—1-|
D|-(———-|0———–|-(———-|0—3-2—–|
A|-(—-3—–|————|0(—-3—–|————|
E|3(———-|——3—–|————|———-0-|

D|—-0-2—4-|5—7-9—5-|7–5–2–0–|—2——–|
B|1—0-1—3-|0—–0—5-|5—7-0—0-|2—2-2—–|
G|2——-0—|0—–0—–|5—7-1—–|2—–2—2-|
D|———-0-|————|—-0-2—–|2———–|
A|0—2-3—–|———-3-|0———–|0—–0—–|
E|————|3—–X—–|———-0-|————|

alt#1

D|—02-7—–|0–54-5–0–|—0—–02-|–2—2—–|
B|1——-5-5-|0—3-0—0-|1—0—–1-|—-4-0—0-|
G|2———5-|0—–0—–|2—1-2—–|–4—1—0-|
D|————|—-0——-|—-2-2—–|—-4—–2-|
A|0———3-|————|0—–3—0-|2———–|
E|————|——3—–|————|——0—–|

D|—20-2-5-4-|5-0-2-0—–|—-2-0—–|————|
B|1——-3—|0——-0-1-|0——–20-|2———–|
G|2—–0—–|0———–|1—2-0–20-|2—–2—–|
D|——–0—|————|2–4——2-|2—2——-|
A|0—2-3—–|–2-3-2—0-|—-3-2—–|0———–|
E|————|3——-3—|————|————|

D|5(—-5-4-2-|0-2—–0—|——2-0—|——2—–|
B|0(———-|0—1-0(–0-|1–0——1-|0–1——0-|
G|0(———-|0—–0(—-|2—2——-|—-2-1—–|
D|-(4-2-0—–|——0(—-|—-2——-|2—–2—–|
A|-(——–3-|2—0–(—-|0—3-3-2-0-|—-0——-|
E|3(———-|——3(—-|————|4—–0—–|

D|——2–0–|5(-4–9—–|X—–6–46-|7(———-|
B|1–0——1-|0(–5-0–X8-|—ZX-4—–|5(———-|
G|—-2——-|0(—-0—–|9—–6—–|6(———-|
D|————|-(———-|X—0-7—–|7(———-|
A|0—–3—–|-(———-|0———–|0(———-|
E|————|3(—-X—–|————|————| Fine
[——–alt#2———]

Alternatives:

alt#1 [——–alt#2———]
D|— -0—–|————|—|
B|-0- —-0–|1–0——0-|2(-|
G|-0- —–0-|2—2-1–21-|2(-|
D|— ——-|—-0-2—–|2(-|
A|— ——-|0———–|0(-|
E|-3- -3—–|———-0-|—|

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