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Mo'Jazz 27 : Gypsy Jazz

Mo'Jazz 27 : Gypsy Jazz

Gypsy jazz (also known as gypsy swing or hot club jazz) is a style of jazz music often said to have been started by guitarist Jean "Django" Reinhardt in the 1930s. Because its origins are largely in France it is often called by the French name, "jazz manouche", or alternatively, "manouche jazz", even in English language sources. Django was foremost among a group of Gypsy guitarists working in and around Paris in the 1930s through the 1950s, a group which also included the brothers Baro, Sarane, and Matelo Ferret and Reinhardt's brother Joseph "Nin-Nin" Reinhardt.
Many of the musicians in this style worked in Paris in various popular Musette ensembles. The Musette style waltz remains an important component in the Gypsy jazz repertoire. Reinhardt was noted for combining a dark, chromatic Gypsy flavor with the swing articulation of the period.
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Great selection of tunes. Thanks!


selezione relax....Top Track....Belleville Rendez-Vous (bellissimo cartone animato!!!!) e Minor Swing....


Could life get better? Non!

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Dubbel Dee: monsieur Zajj, le professeur de Jazz!!




Definitely in love with this superb selection, Dick.......thank you for the musical education !!!


Je kiff!!!

Thomas Vanwolleghem

really enjoyed this!

Jake Stern (Zowah Zay)

SUPERB selection DD! Favs for me: Sweet Georgia Brown has a Travelling Blues feel to it which is uplifted by it's pace, love the clash of the strings against the wind instruments in Daphne, good blend into Belleville, Night and Day an excellent choice to show Django at his best, Tears is simplistic song but a delight! like the ending on Speevey gave it a looney twist. You have given us a wicked taste to this particular genre!

Birgen Maene

loving your french R !