When I am laid in earth, may my wrongs create no trouble in thy breast. Remember me but forget my fate.
(It's one of those pieces that all sorts of people have covered, not only classical singers but also musicians as diverse as Alison Moyet and Richard Thompson.)
I've often thought this would make a good guitar solo though my sporadic attempts to arrange it have come to nothing until recently.
Last year at West Dean I heard someone play a nice simplified arrangement by the late Paul Palmer (available online and played here: viewtopic.php?f=48&t=79810&hilit=Dido) and then I found a more complete arrangement by Emre Sabuncuoğlu (from Los Angeles Guitar Academy Publishing, referenced here: viewtopic.php?f=1&t=98601&p=1081134&hilit=Purcell#p1049133) which tries to preserve all the musical parts, but struck me as too complex, and I was spurred to try and make an arrangement more complete than the first one and less complex than the second.
...So here is what I came up with: