I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face

About this piece

The original song, “I’ve Grown Accustomed to her Face”, is from a well-known musical called “My Fair Lady” (c. 1956), by Alan J. Lerner (lyrics) and Frederick Loewe (music).

At this point in the story, the protagonist (Henry Higgins) is starting to realise how he really feels about his student (Eliza Doolittle) now that she’s gone away.

About this recording

This recording is my partially improvised jazz interpretation of the song. I’ve left the contrasting dramatic sections where (in the original) the character refuses to admit his feelings even to himself. Instead, I’ve focused on the overriding romantic theme.

Usage

Even though this is my own arrangement, the original tune is (as far as I know) still under copyright. As such, the usage rights are not mine to offer.

Please note that no copyright infringement is intended by this recording.

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