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Joseph Reinhardt: Sonny Boy (Circa 1955)

For more Joseph Reinhardt see his CD: Live In Paris 1966

The video archive is dedicated to Mary Honcoop. She generously shared her large collection of Gypsy videos with nearly anyone who asked. The video archive aims to continue her generosity now that she is gone.

The Video Archive is devoted surviving video of Django Reinhardt and other masters of the Gypsy jazz genre. If you enjoy these videos consider making a donation.

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Matelo Ferret and Boulou Ferre: Chez Jaquet

Matelo Ferret was one of the central figures in the history of Gypsy jazz. He was the youngest of the guitar playing Ferret family which included Sarane Ferret and Baro Ferret. They all served an apprenticeship accompanying Django, and later had careers of theirs own.

This clip, which was shot at the yearly Django Reinhardt festival in Samois, France, shows Matelo playing the waltz Chez Jaquet which was composed by Django. For the music to this waltz and many other of Django waltzes, see the book: Django Reinhardt  Undiscovered – Inedit. Matelo is accompanied by his son Boulou Ferre, who is one of the premier Gypsy jazz guitarists today.

For more Matelo Ferret see his CD: Tziganskaia and Other Rare Recordings 1960-1978 and Manouche Partie.

The video archive is dedicated to Mary Honcoop. She generously shared her large collection of Gypsy videos with nearly anyone who asked. The video archive aims to continue her generosity now that she is gone.

The Video Archive is devoted surviving video of Django Reinhardt and other masters of the Gypsy jazz genre. If you enjoy these videos consider making a donation.

To view this video you need Real Player software. Download for free here: Real Player

Matelo Ferret and Jo Privat: Minor Swing (Circa 1965)

Matelo Ferret was one of the central figures in the history of Gypsy jazz. He was the youngest of the guitar playing Ferret family which included Sarane Ferret and Baro Ferret. They all served an apprenticeship accompanying Django, and later had careers of theirs own.

For more Matelo Ferret see his CD: Tziganskaia and Other Rare Recordings 1960-1978 and Manouche Partie.

The Video Archive is devoted surviving video of Django Reinhardt and other masters of the Gypsy jazz genre. If you enjoy these videos consider making a donation.

To view this video you need Real Player software. Download for free here: Real Player

Matelo Ferret w/ Guy Viseur: Djangology (Circa 1965)

Matelo Ferret was one of the central figures in the history of Gypsy jazz. He was the youngest of the guitar playing Ferret family which included Sarane Ferret and Baro Ferret. They all served an apprenticeship accompanying Django, and later had careers of theirs own.

For more Matelo Ferret see his CD: Tziganskaia and Other Rare Recordings 1960-1978 and Manouche Partie.

The video archive is dedicated to Mary Honcoop. She generously shared her large collection of Gypsy videos with nearly anyone who asked. The video archive aims to continue her generosity now that she is gone.

The Video Archive is devoted surviving video of Django Reinhardt and other masters of the Gypsy jazz genre. If you enjoy these videos consider making a donation.

To view this video you need Real Player software. Download for free here: Real Player

Joseph Reinhardt: Bric a brac (Circa 1955)

In this clip Django’s brother Joseph demonstrates his considerable skill as a soloist and composer. The unusual flat top guitar he is playing was supposedly built by Joseph himself. In many photos from after Django’s death, Joseph can be see holding this same guitar. Also take note that Joseph’s accompanist, Vivian Villerstein, is playing American style flat four rhythm on an archtop guitar. These are all characteristics of the post-Django era in Paris, in which musicians tended to stray away from Django’s style and repertoire.

For more Joseph Reinhardt see his CD: Live In Paris 1966

The video archive is dedicated to Mary Honcoop. She generously shared her large collection of Gypsy videos with nearly anyone who asked. The video archive aims to continue her generosity now that she is gone.

The Video Archive is devoted surviving video of Django Reinhardt and other masters of the Gypsy jazz genre. If you enjoy these videos consider making a donation.

To view this video you need Real Player software. Download for free here: Real Player

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