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Gypsy jazz for Rookies

Postby quecumbar » Thu Apr 22, 2004 7:01 pm

Surely the best is to go stay with Lollo at his home for 4 - 5 days and go one to one and soak up everything you can details on Le Q website
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Paris clubs for gypsy jazz

Postby justjack » Wed Nov 17, 2004 4:39 pm

If you're looking for places to hear gypsy jazz in Paris, follow the link below-a great list of places to soak it up.
http://www.hotclub.co.uk/forum/viewtopi ... 1078#11078
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Postby justjack » Fri Jan 14, 2005 9:34 am

To make it easier, I've collected all the assorted links into this one post, though they're still mostly about playing instead of CDs or guitars (no particular order, either, as sites do come and go). I think this is to be copied to M. Horowitz's new US forum over at www.djangobooks.com:

http://www.hotclub.co.uk/ (Django Swingpage)
http://www.hotclub.co.uk/forum/index.php (Steve's forum-lovely)
http://www.hotclub.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=914 (going to Samois)
http://www.visi.com/~mpv/charts/ (standard charts)
http://www.manoucheries.com/grilles.php
http://jazz.chansons.free.fr/guitarejazz2.htm (tab & standard)
http://www.outsideshore.com/primer/prim ... r-5-2.html (soloing)
http://www.angelfire.com/music2/blackmack/jazz.html (tabs)
http://www.ralphpatt.com/Song.html (chords)
http://www.djangobooks.com (tutorial books)
http://www.robinnolantrio.com (tutorial books)
http://www.robinnolan.com (more)
http://www.geocities.com/djangoforever/ (assorted)
http://banjo.boya.to/django/chordbook.html?A (chords)
http://www.djangology.net (one of our own's journey)
http://www.freddiegreen.org/ (triad shapes and inversions)
http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/gypsyjazzguitar/ (yahoo forum)
http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/gy ... equipment/
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/GypsyGuitarDownload1/
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/GypsyGuitarDownload2/ (also try 3, ...)
http://www.slowgold.com/woodsheddin/iss ... trills.htm (solo tips)
http://www.slowgold.com/woodsheddin/Iss ... oloing.htm (solo tips)
http://nuagesdeswing.free.fr/jouer/jouer_index.html (great playalongs)
http://thiefri.free.fr/ (post your solos with above rhythms-click on Defis)
http://guitweb.ifrance.com/guitweb/page ... bledit.htm (tabs)
http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/factual/dja ... ardt.shtml (history)
http://www.hotclub.co.uk/forum/viewtopi ... 1078#11078 (Paris venues)
http://www.gypsyjazzguitar.com/ (Don Price's site)
http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/gypsyjazztunes/ (amateur uploads)
http://lartilleux.ifrance.com/lartilleux/ (french guitarist, some sheet music)
http://djangostation.com (great spot for listening on the web)
http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/gy ... ewengland/ (for NE GJ)
http://www.stifterhof.de/index___.htm#00 (klezmer)
http://swingjo.apinc.org/downloads.php (transcriptions of Jo Privat)
http://djangoreinhardt.free.fr/ (French Django site)
http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/cafedjango/ (images)
http://www.djangomontreal.com/doc/FavLinks.htm (yet more links)
http://www.fleche-dor.com/ (Dennis' site-great videos and transcriptions)
http://www.cosimini.co.uk (chord books and playalong sets)
http://www.guitar-primer.com/Charts/index2.html (standard charts)
http://www.everwander.com/patrick/photos.php (stunning photo archive)

As always, more to come...
Jack.
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Postby emicad » Wed Jan 19, 2005 11:07 am

justjack wrote:
justjack wrote:Another: http://nuagesdeswing.free.fr/jouer/jouer_index.html

Some mp3 and real audio files with chord grids. Note they use a slightly different style than www.gadjodrom.com when dividing up a single bar. Gadjodrom is west, north, south, east; this is upper left, upper right, lower left, lower right. Clear enough, though, I'm sure.


If you enjoy playing over the rhythm download available at the above, you'll probably like this, too:
http://thiefri.free.fr/


Click on the Defis link, and you'll find a page of amateur recordings people have made using the nuagesdeswing backing tracks. Inspiring and fun.

Hi Jack,
this is a dead link...can you help me? you know the new adress (if there is a new adress)?
Thx
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Postby nwilkins » Wed Jan 19, 2005 2:45 pm

emicad,

those links work. I just tried them.
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Postby emicad » Wed Jan 19, 2005 3:04 pm

nwilkins wrote:emicad,

those links work. I just tried them.

sorry i mean this link:
http://thiefri.free.fr/
doesn't work...
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Postby justjack » Wed Jan 19, 2005 5:44 pm

Worked for me...once you get there, you'll want to click on 'Defis' on the left side of your screen.

Best,
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Postby emicad » Thu Jan 20, 2005 7:58 am

justjack wrote:Worked for me...once you get there, you'll want to click on 'Defis' on the left side of your screen.

Best,
Jack.

Mmmmh...today seems to work, mybe a network problem.
Thank you
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Postby chap » Mon Apr 04, 2005 6:01 pm

On that link

http://thiefri.free.fr/

Really great videos I have not seen before. The Bireli/McLaughlin version of All Blues is really nice. Also that Hungaria. Is that Hono Winterstein?

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Postby stublag » Mon Apr 04, 2005 7:05 pm

[quote="chap"]On that link

http://thiefri.free.fr/

Really great videos I have not seen before. The Bireli/McLaughlin version of All Blues is really nice. Also that Hungaria. Is that Hono Winterstein?
quote]

Yes thats Hono.
Nice stuff.
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Postby emicad » Tue Apr 05, 2005 12:23 pm

stublag wrote:
chap wrote:On that link

http://thiefri.free.fr/

Really great videos I have not seen before. The Bireli/McLaughlin version of All Blues is really nice. Also that Hungaria. Is that Hono Winterstein?
quote]

Yes thats Hono.
Nice stuff.
Stu

I'm happy every time i see Hono playing, he makes me cheerful, one of the most likely characters of the scene, a GREAT.
Anyone knows his age?
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Postby stublag » Tue Apr 05, 2005 1:39 pm

emicad wrote:
stublag wrote:
chap wrote:On that link

http://thiefri.free.fr/

Really great videos I have not seen before. The Bireli/McLaughlin version of All Blues is really nice. Also that Hungaria. Is that Hono Winterstein?
quote]

Yes thats Hono.
Nice stuff.
Stu

I'm happy every time i see Hono playing, he makes me cheerful, one of the most likely characters of the scene, a GREAT.
Anyone knows his age?


Hi
Yes Hono is a great character;the 'Oliver Hardy' of Gypsy Jazz!!.... BUT an awesome guitarist lets not forget that--i think he is in his mid forties.
I have a video from the mid eighties where he plays with Claudio and Dorado--he's much slimmer!--almost unrecognizable!
With Holzmano Lagrene,Potzi,Nousche Rosenberg and Matcho Winterstein he is the best rhythm guy out there imo.
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Postby emicad » Wed Apr 06, 2005 12:24 pm

stublag wrote:
emicad wrote:
stublag wrote:
chap wrote:On that link

http://thiefri.free.fr/

Really great videos I have not seen before. The Bireli/McLaughlin version of All Blues is really nice. Also that Hungaria. Is that Hono Winterstein?
quote]

Yes thats Hono.
Nice stuff.
Stu

I'm happy every time i see Hono playing, he makes me cheerful, one of the most likely characters of the scene, a GREAT.
Anyone knows his age?


Hi
Yes Hono is a great character;the 'Oliver Hardy' of Gypsy Jazz!!.... BUT an awesome guitarist lets not forget that--i think he is in his mid forties.
I have a video from the mid eighties where he plays with Claudio and Dorado--he's much slimmer!--almost unrecognizable!
With Holzmano Lagrene,Potzi,Nousche Rosenberg and Matcho Winterstein he is the best rhythm guy out there imo.
Stu

What you mean with "he is in his mid forties"? I've not understood
Where you have taken the slim-Hono video? Can you send it to me?
There are some characters i don't know as Holzmano, Potzi and Matcho, who they are?
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Postby Rich » Wed Apr 06, 2005 4:14 pm

What you mean with "he is in his mid forties"?


It means he is about 45 years old. In the middle of the 40s.
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Postby emicad » Thu Apr 07, 2005 1:26 pm

Rich wrote:
What you mean with "he is in his mid forties"?


It means he is about 45 years old. In the middle of the 40s.

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