Silent Night Fingerstyle Ukulele Solo

Franz Xaver Gruber, Joseph Mohr
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Mona Wang and Josiah Heng reside in Singapore and have been playing fingerstyle ukulele for years. They currently teach fingerstyle ukulele as well as arrange Public Domain music scores to sell online. They are certified and teach according to the VCM (Victoria College of Music) and LCM (London College of Music) syllabuses as well as prepare students for relevant practical examinations. They draw inspiration from and their influences include famous Hawaiian ukulele players like Jake Shimabukuro, Kalei Gamiao, Aldrine Guerrero, Taimane Gardner, Brittni Paiva and Troy Fernandez.

This beautiful ukulele fingerstyle solo arrangement of 'Silent Night' is arranged for the intermediate & advanced-intermediate level fingerstyle players as it involves lots of natural and artificial harmonics while playing in an arpeggiated style. Take your time to slowly work through it, playing it with a 'free' feel while keeping a steady tempo.

Score ID
Franz Xaver Gruber, Joseph Mohr
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
2 minutes
Solo instrument (Ukulele [tab])
Rock and Pop Music and Jazz music

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