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‘TILL THERE WAS YOU from THE MUSIC MAN – Arranged for Ukulele with Low G tuning by Ukulele Mike Lynch

April 18, 2014

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‘TILL THERE WAS YOU from THE MUSIC MAN – Arranged for Ukulele with Low G tuning by Ukulele Mike Lynch

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“Till There Was You” is a song written by Meredith Willson for his 1957 musical play The Music Man, and which also appeared in the 1962 movie version. The song is sung by librarian Marian Paroo (Barbara Cook on Broadway, Shirley Jones in the film) to Professor Harold Hill (portrayed by Robert Preston) toward the end of Act Two.

‘TILL THERE WAS YOU – Performed by UKULELE MIKE LYNCH

I arranged this classic melody with my ukulele tuned to a Low G. One of the chief advantages of the Low G tuning is that it allows for a larger range of notes that go below the third string C. As Jake Shimabukuro pointed out in a recent concert, that he is often limited to writing basically for just the first…

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