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edited September 2013 in Woodwinds Posts: 3,707
I just noticed the post about 6 up and coming female GJ violinists.

:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: hmmmmmm need to think on this some :lol:

I can't think of a single female GJ horn player.
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  • KarenAnnKarenAnn Virginia✭✭
    Posts: 55
    Who are some up and coming female GJ guitar players?
  • :shock: :shock:
    The Magic really starts to happen when you can play it with your eyes closed
  • TubbyTubby New
    Posts: 7
    KarenAnn wrote:
    Who are some up and coming female GJ guitar players?

    Hi KarenAnn, I play rhythm for my husband Norm. Here's a short clip of us, sorry the picture quality isn't great, it was pretty dark there. Tubby

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Q6tbgLSJ60
  • AndyWAndyW Glasgow Scotland UK✭✭✭ Clarinets & Saxes- Selmer, Conn, Buescher, Leblanc et.al. // Guitars: Gerome, Caponnetto, Napoli, Musicalia, Bucolo, Sanchez et. al.
    Posts: 603
    Aurelie Tropez sounds like a fine swing clarinet player to me, i hope she plays some GJ now & again.
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  • Craig BumgarnerCraig Bumgarner Drayden, MarylandVirtuoso Bumgarner S/N 001
    edited November 2011 Posts: 795
    Here are a couple:

    Halley Shoenberg with The Bitter Dose in DC:

    http://youtu.be/fwRIUzfVYVY

    Aurora Nealand from New Orleans. This vid is her with the late Vavavoom, a New Orleans jazz band with strong Django influences. I saw her 3-4 years ago with Vavavoom at the Spotted Cat one night and then with the New Orleans Jazz Vipers there the next night. She was GREAT!

    http://youtu.be/4PBEWOGAhEU

    BTW, I'm not sure there really is a GJ horn style, either in Django's day or today. I think the players are all first and foremost swing players and as such fit right in with gypsy swing.

    CB
  • Posts: 38
    @Tubby - Cool video.

    Anat Cohen -you guys would have thought of her eventually.. :)
    H.Alden & Anat Cohen "After You've Gone":
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQwuiDfVDnY
  • AHhhhhh 8) now I can relax
    The Magic really starts to happen when you can play it with your eyes closed
  • jimvencejimvence Austin, TX✭✭
    Posts: 73
    ViperMad77 wrote:
    @Tubby - Cool video.

    Anat Cohen -you guys would have thought of her eventually.. :)
    H.Alden & Anat Cohen "After You've Gone":
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQwuiDfVDnY

    I had the pleasure to see Anat play in New York (The Village Vanguard) back when I lived
    in New Jersey. My wife and I have been hooked on her music ever since, although
    her music is stepped more in traditional jazz and bop (with a Klezmer influence) than Gypsy
    Jazz. She is a brilliant clarinetist and saxophonist to be sure.
  • KarenAnnKarenAnn Virginia✭✭
    Posts: 55
    Very nice Tubby, thanks for posting. Always nice to see some women playing GJ. The only female rhythm player I was very familiar with was Caroline Senoble. She plays some with Serge Kreif. Here is a link to one of the videos with her from youtube.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpQP2CdMd5k
  • TubbyTubby New
    Posts: 7
    Thanks KarenAnn, Wonderful to see Caroline Senoble playing with Serge Krief.
    It sure would be fun to know how many other female Gypsy Jazz players there are out there in the world! Tubby
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