Swing Guitars - Django Reinhardt - Djangology - The Gypsy Genius (CD)

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  • Oct 29,  · As witnessed on Reinhardt’s s recordings like “Limehouse Blues” (see full transcription in AG’s June issue) and “Minor Swing” (appearing in the October issue), the guitarist’s complete command of music, as well as his stunning technique, gave his genius the full opportunity to express itself. And of course the music.
  • Style Guide: Django Reinhardt and Gypsy Jazz. Mike Cramer. April 08, A A If you take time to listen and transcribe the melody to “Minor Swing,” you’ll find it is composed of arpeggiated minor and major triads. (Django: The Life and Music of a Gypsy Legend and Django Reinhardt and the Illustrated History of Gypsy Jazz).
  • The present CD reissue is held in high esteem by fans of Django Reinhardt. Musically it is excellent but sound wise far below what other reviewers may have you believe. Interestingly - and I am still trying to understand Mr. Reinhardt's recording history - the same group of musicians recorded at the same time in the same place for Pathe Marconi/5(55).
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  • Django Reinhardt, a true original, was the original Sultan of Swing. His sound blends, in a single phrase of melody and rhythmn, blues, folk, swing, classical, "gypsy jazz," and prayer song. It will get your toes tapping and at the same time soothe a baby to sleep. There's nothing as warm and energizing as Django's jazz guitar/5(4).
  • Product description. CD > POPULAR MUSIC > JAZZ dautretiltisladis.poztpradrahmdonsmoulmechanmarlwadtavertio.infoinfo In , Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli reunited for a brief tour of Italy. While they were there they recorded about 50 tunes with an Italian rhythm section, and although they didn't know it at the time, these sessions marked the last time the Gypsy guitarist and the French violinist recorded together/5(72).

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