[PDF] Sanderson, Wilfred - Until. Guitar and Voice

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[PDF] Sanderson, Wilfred - Until. Guitar and Voice

Post by Adrian Allan » Tue Jul 17, 2018 6:15 pm

Wilfred Sanderson (23 December 1878 – 10 December 1935) was a composer and organist based in Doncaster. He studied organ under Frederick Bridge as pupil and later assistant organist at Westminster Abbey from 1895 - 1904. During this time, Wilfrid was present during Queen Victoria's funeral and memorial service held on 2 February 1901. He wrote around 170 songs, and also some pieces for piano and organ. His most famous song, presented here, is Until - it sold over a million copies.

Here is the PDF of the song arranged for guitar and voice. It was originally in the key of Db major, so I changed it to D major, a popular guitar key, and dropped the guitar's E-string to D.
I have a request for anybody who can spare a minute - my editor is not a guitar player; his forte is making the score as professional as possible in sibelius. So, for this piece and any other - if anybody spots any mistakes in either the music or the TAB, please let me know here, it would be much appreciated.

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