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Music Chart needed - I Love You

crothcroth ✭✭
in Repertoire Posts: 60
Does anyone have a chart for this tune, or a resource for it, that they can pass along? I need a music chart that has both the melody and the changes on it. I'd like to introduce this tune to my jam group.

Thanks.

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  • bopsterbopster St. Louis, MOProdigy Altamira M30, Wide Sky PL-1
    Posts: 431
    Cole Porter song (1944) or Harry Archer (1920)?
  • geese_comgeese_com Madison, WINew Barault #105
    Posts: 147
  • jonpowljonpowl Santa Cruz, CA✭✭✭ Dupont MD-100, Cigano GJ-10
    edited February 18 Posts: 541
    I found this "standard and tab" in my Django in June folder, not sure if it's the version you're looking for. Here is a nice version courtesy of Brad Brose and William Brunard.
    rudolfo.christ
  • crothcroth ✭✭
    edited February 21 Posts: 60
    Hey, thanks to both of you! The DIJ version is great, and I went and found the one without the tab (there are other instruments in the group besides guitars). Great idea, looking at the DIJ Getting Ready materials. I also liked the Real Book formatted version, which I kept to use with a real book based jazz group that I play in. Is that you Gian that sent that? A note to Bopster- I wouldn't have known which version, only that it's a standard in GJ. Thanks for the reply though.
  • PapsPierPapsPier ✭✭
    Posts: 400
    If you want to learn more about the history of the tune, check the transcription of the 1947 clarinet version or practice with a playalong, you have all this on this page of my website:
    I Love You - 1947
    rudolfo.christAndyW
  • geese_comgeese_com Madison, WINew Barault #105
    Posts: 147
    croth wrote: »
    Hey, thanks to both of you! The DIJ version is great, and I went and found the one without the tab (there are other instruments in the group besides guitars). Great idea, looking at the DIJ Getting Ready materials. I also liked the Real Book formatted version, which I kept to use with a real book based jazz group that I play in. Is that you Gian that sent that? A note to Bopster- I wouldn't have known which version, only that it's a standard in GJ. Thanks for the reply though.

    Yup, it's me!

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