You Made Me Love You


This is the Harry James version of You Made Me Love You, and, as you might expect, it is a Trumpet feature. Harry James recorded this version a couple of times. Once in the early 40's and again in the mid 50's. On both occasions he used a string section in the band. We have scored this version for a regular 5444 line-up, and have removed the strings and written their lines back into the band, whilst retaining the flavour and feel of the original concept. The sax parts are printed double sided. On one side is the version calling for all saxes to double clarinets (bari on bass clari) as per the HJ original, and the other side is scored for a regular AATTB section with no clarinet doubles. Please ensure your players all use the same version. The Trumpets are scored for solo, 1, 2 & 3, and we have written 4 trombone parts to fill out the section, as HJ only used 3. The HJ solo is taken from the 1941 recording. The brass ranges are moderate, so we have graded this Easy / Medium.

Part Number
Arranged by
Harry James
Transcribed by
Alan Glasscock
Harry James
3 mins 10 secs
Trumpets 1-4
B5, G5, E5, D5
Trombones 1-4
A4, F4, Eb4, C4
Easy / Medium

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