Here's the gist of the arrangement. Everyone is more or less doing it the same way. Let's try something fresh.
Django/Stephane video intro, guitar (myself) and clarinet @PapsPier playing the Stephane's part (J'attendrai 2 file)
1625 then opening melody, everyone plays, as written, right on the beat in unison with @AndyW playing fills around the melody. To record use "opening melody template", to hear what it might sound like listen to rough melody sketch.
Break, then vocal stanza @Willie followed by the first verse
Solos, depending on the number of people we end up with, we might have to split chorus. But record a whole chorus and I'll split it in software if needed. Use "rhythm track for solos" file to record). Note that the rhythm track start at 4 bars turnaround to get you to the top of the form where you'd start soloing, and it continues for a few bars past the end of the form just so it doesn't stop abruptly. Perhaps vocal scat for last solo...
Second vocal verse, break then second stanza.
And, maybe, final crescendo with everyone.
If you're not set up for dedicated studio microphone recording, then easiest way is to use one device, a phone or tablet or similar to listen to the track over headphones and a second device with the camera to record (make a video recording) so you end up with an isolated audio/video track. Then upload somewhere, Google drive or Photos or Dropbox or...and send me the link.
Currently everyone interested can record opening melody and solo. Make separate recordings for each. We'll worry about ending once we have everyone's solo and vocals, then I'll be able to record a rhythm for the ending tag.