Amazing Grace Solo Guitar Arrangement

Amazing Grace is a famous Christian hymn. The music is a variation of the song “New Britain”, which has a Scottish or Irish origin, the composer is unknown though. The lyrics were written by John Newton (England) in the 18th century.

This jazz guitar chord-melody version of Amazing Grace is arranged and played by Vince Lewis:

 

 

Here’s the sheet music with guitar tabs of Vince Lewis’ solo guitar arrangement of Amazing Grace:

Amazing Grace solo guitar arrangement

 

A bigger and printable version available as a PDF here:

PDF DownloadAmazing Grace Sheet Music PDF

Start of a Beautiful Song

Here is another beautiful solo jazz guitar arrangement of a song called Start of a Beautiful Song, composed and played by Vince Lewis:

 

 

Here is the sheet music for this arrangement:

 

Start of a Beautiful Song sheet music

 

A bigger and printable version is available as a PDF here:

PDF DownloadStart of a Beautiful Song Sheet Music PDF

 

 

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33 thoughts on “Amazing Grace Solo Guitar Arrangement”

  1. Terence K. Focasan

    I really like to learn chords progression in jazz because i have a lot of song to put up a jazz chords in it

  2. david brown

    I love this thank you’re so much for this great work, please how do I get the mp3 of the amazing grace and Start of a beautiful song
    Here is my email davidhandsum@yahoo.com thank you

  3. Scott Paxton

    Great arrangement. The voicing of the chords just bring an already joyous song alive. I would love an mp3 so I can rehearse sections at a time. Thank you so much.

  4. Peter

    Wow!Great.please send me the mp3 of these tune.

  5. Fred Kenyon

    I am playing with an alto sax player. If he plays in key of C as presented on above chart, I have to play my guitar in key of E flat. Am I correct? If so, is there a way to change the sheet music above to E flat for my part? I could capo on third fret I believe but I hate to shorten the range on the neck. Harder to improvise chords (at least for me it is!). Thanks!
    Love this version. Especially with key change you put in. Very unuasual and cool sounding.

  6. Emlyn

    Yes…..loved this piece….very relaxing….and not too difficult either…..with a bit of practice I can play this!……Thanks a lot….

  7. Neville

    So beautiful and soothing to the ear and mind. Thank you.

  8. Jim Davey

    Very nice. Vince is a great player and teacher.

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