Guitar 1 part from See Amid the Winter’s Snow - Guitar Quartet

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Full details

See Amid the Winter’s Snow is a well loved Christmas hymn with words by Edward Caswall, 1858 and music "Humility" by John Goss, 1871 who died in 1880. A personal favourite! Although well known in choral versions for many, many years the tune has never lost its freshness and this arrangement for four guitars hopefully reflects that freshness, simplicity and innocence.

It should be playable by guitarists at the AB grade 2/3 level, requires some simple three part playing in the accompaniment and a single note melody in seventh position. Tab parts are available for the less than confident! Guitar 2 is an easy melody for the less confident and guitar 4 is a chordal fingerstyle part.


Composer
John Goss
Duration
2 minutes
Genre
Other
Licensing

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