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You Don't Know What Love Is - Jazz Guitar Chord Melody

By Chris Whiteman

Guitar, Guitar Tab - Advanced Intermediate - Digital Download
Arranged by Chris Whiteman. Solo Part, Tablature. 4 pages. Published by Chris Whiteman (H0.707087-SC001293067).

Item Number: H0.707087-SC001293067

Solo jazz guitar arrangement of the 1941 standard "You Don't Know What Love Is",  by Gene De Paul & Don Raye. This arrangement contains standard notation, guitar tablature and chord symbols.

Chris Whiteman
ASCAP member
former faculty, Jazz Studies, University of Miami: Frost School of Music

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  • January 31, 2020 You Don’t Know What Love Is

    This arrangement is sophisticated and amazingly musical. Each “A” part harmonizes the melody in a different way. The contrary motion and bass lines in the chord voicings are as good as I’ve ever seen. Lots more could be said, but I’ll close with this comment - Chris Whitman is...

    a special talent.

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