Ukiversal Ukulele Pdfs

These ‘Ukiversal’ (Universal Ukulele) 4 string Chord/Melody Tabs can be played on most tunings of ukuleles. They can be played on either re-entrant, or non re-entrant tunings. They can also be played on the top four strings of a guitar. They have been arranged to be played fingerstyle, or with a plectrum.

Please Note: Although ‘Ukiversal’ tabs are suitable for most tunings of uke, you may like to leave the bottom note off of 4 note chords when playing high up the fretboard on a Soprano uke, especially if you have large fingers.


A Toye (16th Century)


Aloha Oe

Andante In D


Arkansas Traveller

Au Clair De La Lune

Baidin Fheilimi

Barbara Allen

Blow The Man Down

Bouree (Krieger)

Bouree Cello Suite No.3 (Bach)

Brahms Lullaby

Branle (16th Century)


Cordiality Max

Dance Renaissance (16th Century)

Deck The Halls

Drops Of Brandy


El Noi De La Mare

El San Pedro

El Testamento


Etude No.4 (Sor)

Etude No.5 (Sor)

Etude No.11 (Sor)


Gavottes (Bach)

God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

Go From My Window (Dowland)

Grandfathers Clock

Greensleeves (16th Century)

Gypsy Air

He’ll Have To Tango

I Can’t Wait For You

In The Bleak Mid Winter

Jesu Joy Of Man’s Desiring

Kemps Jig (16th Century)

Kum Ba Yah

La Ci Darem La Mano

Larghetto Espressivo

La Sandunga

Las Mananitas

Love Me Tender

Maybe, One Day

Minuet (Purcell)

Minuet In G (Bach)

Minuet (Sor)

Minuet In D (Sor)


Montana Trails

Morning Has Broken

Mrs. Winter’s Jump (Dowland)

My Lady Hunsdons Puffe (Dowland)


O Come All Ye Faithful

Ode To Joy

Orlando Sleeps

Pachelbel’s Canon

Packingtons Pound (16th Century)

Petite Piece (Mozart)

Romance (Mozart)



Sleepers Wake

Symphony No.7 (Beethoven)

Tabulation Blues


The Cork Road

The First Noel

The Frog Galliard (Dowland)

Theme From Swan Lake

The Sick Tune (Dowland)

The Water Is Wide (O Waly Waly)

Tom Dooley


Volte (16th Century)

Waltz No.2 (Aguado)

Waltz No.3 (Carulli)

Waltzing Matilda

We Stand As One

We Three Kings

We Wish You A Merry Christmas

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