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Stochelo Rosenberg: Minor Swing

For more Stochelo Rosenberg see his CDs: Gypsy Guitar Masters, Readyn able, Noches Calientes, Live in Samois, Seresta, Live at the North Sea Festival, Caravan, Gypsy Swing, Suenos Gitanos, Gipsy Summer, The Collection, Double jeu, Impressions, and Elegance.

He also appears on the Live at The North Sea Jazz Festival ’94 DVD, Gypsy Guitar MastersLive in Samois, Tribute to Django Reinhardt DVD, Bireli Lagrene DVD and The Django Legacy VHS.


Thanks Dennis!

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.

Lesson 4: Gypsy Music Theory: Understanding Django’s Scales and Arpeggios Part I

This lesson is the first of a two part series which explains the scales and arpeggio choices Django used while improvising. This lesson demonstrates how Django used the “Major 6/9 Sound” and “Minor 6 Sound” in his solos. 9 notated and MP3 audio examples are included. 6 of these are musical ideas transcribed from Django and other Gypsy guitarists. 5 pages of text .

For more info or to download go to: Lessons Online

Lesson 5: Gypsy Music Theory: Understanding Django’s Scales and Arpeggios Part II

This lesson is the second of a two part series which explains the scales and arpeggio choices Django used while improvising. This lesson demonstrates how Django used the “Dominant 13 Sound” and “Dominant b9 Sound” in his solos. 8 notated and MP3 audio examples are included. 5 of these are musical ideas transcribed from Django and other Gypsy guitarists. 5 pages of text.

For more info or to download go to: Lessons Online

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Lesson 6: Walking Bass and Chords

Become a one man Gypsy jazz rhythm section by learning the Walking Bass and Chords technique of accompaniment. This lesson demonstrates how Django used a combination of walking bass lines and chords to create the illusion of an entire rhythm section on just one guitar. 8 notated and MP3 audio examples are included. A full Gypsy style Walking Bass and Chords arrangement of the popular jazz standard All of Me is included. 8 pages of text

For more info or to download go to: Lessons Online

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