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Michael Dregni's Django - Illustrated History of Gypsy Jazz
Just received this great new book, with some amazing photos and history of gypsy jazz. Did I miss something or is there no mention of any of the UK G…
Unsure of best method with GP for this type of seq of notes
I have GP book, and understand the string change always a downstroke rule, but have not seen this addressed:<br /> <br /> Ok, assume please that thes…
History of Jazz
I was pleasantly surprised to find mention of Denis Chang, Swingology, Lost Fingers, Shelley Park and others in The History of Jazz/Swing/Gypsy Jazz/…
evan christopher talks jazz clarinet & Django
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=evJHywXBmTI<br /> <br /> Essential stuff. there's at least one more part.
Does anyone know of a Gypsy Jazz version of this instrument?
Whit Smith of Hot Club of Cowtown "Lick of the Week" Inversions
Great Video from Whit Smith here in Texas<br /> <br /> Although it's in the [b][i][u]Western Swing Style[/u][/i][/b] It's got some info to move int…
How about an update on the state of Gypsy Jazz in America?
As a newcomer the GJ, I've been reading through the forum archives. [url="http://www.djangobooks.com/forum/discussion/486/gypsy-jazz-in-north-america…
Influence of gypsy jazz and video of Autumn Leaves
Hi!<br /> <br /> I haven't been around here for years and also haven't played gypsy jazz style actively for a period. Distance to this style has re…
Players of gypsy jazz accordion: what is your approach for your gypsy jazz accordion style?
This is the music of Django right? Specifically where does the accordion fit in? We don't say the same things guitars do, and we don't say the things…
FS: Altamira M01 Gypsy Jazz Guitar and lots of jazz guitar books
Sadly, I need to sell this lovely guitar that I bought here in Dec, 2015. Altamira M01, Like New-Exc condition with black hardshell case. [url="http:…
Loads of Gypsy Jazz and jazz guitar books/CDs
Robin Nolan 1-4 (all with CDs)<br /> Robin Nolan Gypsy Jazz Guitar Licks Volume 1 (w/CD)<br /> Swing and Big Band Guitar<br /> Getting Into Gypsy …
Anyone heard of a 'La Manouche' brand of Gypsy Jazz guitars?
Hi to the wonderful GJ community<br /> Just wondering, a guy here in Brisbane is seeking to sell this [url="http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/pacific-p…
Gypsy Jazz Version of "Have You Met Miss Jones?" - Know of any?
Has anyone heard a gypsy jazz version of "Have You Met Miss Jones?"<br /> <br /> It is my favorite standard but it doesn't seem to be one that is p…
Gypsy Jazz -- or -- Gypsies Playing Jazz
Hi All,<br /> <br /> Music always grows and changes - beginning with certain attributes and evolving. Django proved this best. But since Django and…
A way of thinking about chords on mando
In advance of creating a lesson on this for Djangobooks.com, a little food for thought on chord voicings:<br /> <br /> From [url]http://www.johnmcgan…
What's the role of Electric Guitar in Gypsy Jazz?
Wow -- I just caught up on my reading in the "history" section of Ted's thread, "Gypsy Jazz or Gypsies Playing Jazz" (I've been pulled away with othe…
Gypsy Jazz licks: not just for Gypsy Jazz!
In addition to gypsy jazz, I am also a big fan of 1960's era Jamaican ska music. Recently I recorded some tracks for my Ska group and did a very inte…
Now available Volume 4 of The Gypsy Jazz Chord Book
[b]Now available Volume 4 of The Gypsy Jazz Chord Book, [/b]<br /> <br /> Last in the series, order now to complete your set, another 50 cracking tit…
Clips of Anouman at UC Jazz Choir show
Isn't it great when you play a show, and later find out that someone recorded it on their minidisc player and posted on the net? Okay, so that's only…
All of Me: Tune of the Month, June '06
Seems like Jack's busy, or we didn't support his efforts enough. I'm going to try and contribute by doing this. <br /> <br /> [img]http://nuagesdes…
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Victor Goines talks about history of jazz clarinet
Glasgow Scotland UK
Clarinets & Saxes- Selmer, Conn, Buescher, Leblanc et.al. // Guitars: Gerome, Musicalia, Bucolo et. al.
Not particularly 'gypsy" jazz related, but this is a great talk on the history of New Orleans clarinettists and their equipment etc
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