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The Bluebells of Scotland
The Bluebells of Scotland is an arrangement of the popular folk tune for ukulele duet. It is written for GCEA tuning; I had high G tuning in mind, but it would work nicely on low G too.
The arrangement is a set of simple variations. Both ukuleles get a turn at playing the melody and there are strummed chords, simple picking, and an arpeggio pattern as accompaniments. The whole piece is in first position so this would be a nice introduction to playing in parts!
The sheet music is written as tab and traditional notation and I am making it available at no cost on request - please get in touch with me at email@example.com if you'd like a copy.
This is an arrangement of the song by Stephen Foster, famously recorded by Bing Crosby, Jerry Lee Lewis and Roy Orbison, among many others.
It is arranged here for simple fingerstyle ukulele. It can be played as a solo melody piece for ukulele with GCEA tuning (high or low G), as duet with a baritone ukulele (DGBE), or as a trio with a third player adding a strummed accompaniment (chord boxes are marked on both parts). Of course it could also be played by a larger ensemble with players doubling up on the parts.
The sheet music (score and individual parts) can be purchased from Sheet Music Plus.