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Django Reinhardt - Swing De Paris album download


Django Reinhardt


Swing De Paris



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1599 mb

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4.7 ✱


Gypsy Jazz, Swing

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Django Reinhardt - Swing De Paris album download


A1 Begin The Beguine 2:51
A2 Blues 3:07
A3 Swing 41 3:06
A4 Nuages 3:15
A5 Pour Vous 3:06
A6 Fantasie Sur Une Danse Norvegienne 2:32
A7 Vendredi 3:02
A8 Liebesfreud 2:38
B1 Little White Lies 3:16
B2 Dark Eyes 2:13
B3 Sweet Sue, Just You 2:49
B4 Mabel 3:15
B5 Swing De Paris 3:00
B6 Oiseaux Des Iles 2:49
B7 All Of Me 2:47
B8 Festival Swing 4:08

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  • Manufactured By – Monk

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  • Barcode: 8 013252 451072

Released in 2003, this four-disc box set presents many of the finest recordings by the Belgian-born performer Django Reinhardt, considered by many to be the greatest jazz guitarist of all time. Drawing from sessions cut between 1934 and '52, the compilation features Reinhardt playing with his lauded pre-WWII ensemble, the Quintette du Hot Club de France, which included his brother, Joseph, and, most notably, violin virtuoso Stephane Grappelli.

Quintette Du Hot Club De France. Written-By – Django Reinhardt (tracks: 10, 13 to 15), Stéphane Grappelli (tracks: 10, 13 to 15). Notes. Digitally remastered on 24-bit. Recorded in Paris on 30 September 1935 (1), 13 October 1935 (2, 3), 21 October 1935 (4 to 8), 14 June 1938 (9 to 13), 21 March 1939 (14, 15). Reissue of the Decca 78rpm discs 5824, 5780, 5943, 5831, 7568, 6899, 6875 and 7198.

With violinist Stéphane Grappelli, Reinhardt formed the Paris-based Quintette du Hot Club de France in 1934. The group was among the first to play jazz that featured the guitar as a lead instrument. Reinhardt recorded in France with many visiting American musicians, including Coleman Hawkins and Benny Carter, and briefly toured the United States with Duke Ellington's orchestra in 1946. In the fifties, bebop superseded swing in jazz, rock and roll took off, and electric instruments became dominant in popular music. Since the mid-sixties, there has been a revival of interest in Reinhardt's music, a revival that has extended into the 21st century, with annual festivals and periodic tribute concerts.

Django Reinhardt et le Quintette du Hot Club de France - Hubert Rostaing (cl); Alix Combelle (cl, ts & chimes); Django Reinhardt (g solo); Joseph Reinhardt (g); Tony Rovira (b); Pierre Fouad (dm) 1940 December 17 - Swing, Paris. Has been played on. Russia 4. Radio Caprice - Jazz Manouche, gypsy jazz, gypsy swing.

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