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Roger Chaput

Postby Teddy Dupont » Mon Aug 07, 2006 10:05 am

I am writing a piece on Roger Chaput but I can find very little about him after he recorded the "Tonton Guitare" LP's in 1965. Any information would be gratefully appreciated.
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Postby Teddy Dupont » Sun Aug 20, 2006 7:21 pm

Many thanks for the amazing response!!
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Postby mr moto » Mon Aug 21, 2006 12:36 am

i,ve been searching the web since you first posted this, and there is just nothing out there :shock: maybe no one has replied because nothing is known ?
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Postby Barengero » Wed Aug 23, 2006 7:15 pm

Hi Teddy,

sorry for not responding. I searched my record collection and archive but found less than nothing about Roger Chaput since he recorded his Tonton Guitare records (only a re-edition of the records with some pics of Roger, but I think you know this ones).

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Postby Barengero » Sat Aug 26, 2006 12:23 am

By the way:
Does anybody have some of the following recordings of Roger Chaput? They all has been published by the german TRI-ERGON company and they are all 25-cm-shellacs with a green label:

6524-B 04768
Un baiser, rien qu´un baiser
Walzer
M: Gramon
Roger Chaput et son orchestre musette - Viard, saxo
[?Fabriqué en France?]


6524-A 04761
Futilités
Walzer
M: Carrara und Gramon
Roger Chaput et son orchestre musette - Viard, saxo
[?Fabriqué en France?]


6510-A 04759
Suprême etreinte
Valse
(Carrera)
Roger Chaput, Orchestre Musette, Saxophone: Viard


6510-B 04760
Je ne saurai jamais dire ca
Foxtrot
(Roger Chaput, Carrera)
Roger Chaput, Orchestre Musette, Saxophone: Viard


6503-A 04762
J?en Suis Un
Foxtrot du film ?Il est charmant?
M: Raoul Moretti
Roger Chaput et son Orchestre musette - Viard, Saxo
(Französisch gesungen)
[?Fabriqué en France?]

6503-B 04763
Te Bercer, T?endormir
Foxtrot
M: Barnabi
Roger Chaput et son Orchestre musette - Viard, Saxo
(Französisch gesungen)
[?Fabriqué en France?]

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Postby Teddy Dupont » Fri Sep 15, 2006 10:17 am

Barengero wrote:Hi Teddy,

sorry for not responding. I searched my record collection and archive but found less than nothing about Roger Chaput since he recorded his Tonton Guitare records (only a re-edition of the records with some pics of Roger, but I think you know this ones).

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Thanks for trying Barry. What about Challain Ferret? Do you know when he died so I can finish that one? Early 90's I think.
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Postby Barengero » Fri Sep 15, 2006 3:49 pm

Sorry, Teddy - no idea! Perhaps it would be a good idea to ask his son Paul "Challain" Ferret.

http://art6.chez-alice.fr/jmm/artist/ferret.htm

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Roger Chaput - guitar method

Postby Gypsyjazzer » Mon Jan 14, 2008 12:56 pm

Hi,

One thing that Roger Chaput did produce was a guitar method book called "Hot - Guitar" - Cours de Guitare de Jazz. I believe it was published around, or shortly after the time he was playing with the QHCF, and there was a copy for sale on ebay about two years ago.

I bid up to $50 or so, but I think it went for around $100.

It goes without saying it would have been really interesting to see what chord shapes etc., he was using, and perhaps to have made it available to others as a downloadable e-book.

I've attached scans of the front cover and an inside page for info.

Naturally, if anyone knows where we might see a copy, then please get in touch.

Stuart
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Postby Teddy Dupont » Mon Jan 14, 2008 3:22 pm

Chaput was a guitar teacher amongst other things for a while. I think you would find he used pretty much standard chord shapes as did the rest of the HCQ rhythm players.

It certainly all sounds fairly standard on this piece by Chaput:-
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Missing files

Postby Gypsyjazzer » Mon Jan 14, 2008 4:53 pm

It looks like the files I thought I'd attached previously didn't transfer - hopefully they have this time.

Stuart
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