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  1. Django Reinhardt was melding the traditions of Gypsy music with French impressionist concert music and jazz improvisation during the 1930s in France. (Web site)
  2. Django Reinhardt was the great gipsy jazz guitarist who invented this style.
  3. Django Reinhardt was the son of a traveling entertainer and the brother of Joseph Reinhardt.
  4. Django Reinhardt, the last major pre-war jazz guitarist still actively recording, had disappointed in his later amplified work. (Web site)
  5. Django Reinhardt was born in Liberchies, Belgium and is commemorated by a yearly Django Reinhardt Jazz Festival held there. (Web site)

Stéphane Grappelli

  1. British guitarist Diz Disley was strongly influenced by Django Reinhardt and collaborated on numerous projects with Stéphane Grappelli.

Dynamic Genre

  1. Before long you'll be playing exciting solos in the style typified by Django Reinhardt, Birelli Lagrenne, and other hot players of this dynamic genre.

Selmer-Maccaferri Guitar

  1. The Selmer-Maccaferri Guitar is an unusual acoustic guitar best known as the favored instrument of Django Reinhardt.
  2. Selmer Maccaferri: Simulation of the Selmer-Maccaferri guitar used by Gypsy Jazz great Django Reinhardt in France from 1930 into the fifties. (Web site)

Gypsy Caravan

  1. Django Reinhardt, one-of-a-kind jazz guitarist, a Belgian Gypsy with limited movement in his hand due to a fire in a gypsy caravan.

Brother

  1. Brother to Django Reinhardt, he selflessly played a rhythm guitarist's role for his more famous brother.

Course

  1. Of course I still wanted to be like Charlie Christian, Django Reinhardt, and Hank Garland - my heroes. (Web site)

Father

  1. His father was a guitarist too and influenced by Django Reinhardt.

Important

  1. Gelly & Rod Fogg the music of Django Reinhardt is as important today as it has ever been.

Earliest

  1. His earliest and strongest musical influence was Django Reinhardt, the famous gypsy guitarist. (Web site)

Listening

  1. He furthered his musical education by listening to jazz recordings of Django Reinhardt, Charlie Christian, Tal Farlow, and saxophonist Charlie Parker.

Tradition

  1. The group continues to pursue a tradition born from the music of Django Reinhardt. (Web site)

French

  1. The French, not to be outdone, awarded him the prestigious "Prix Django Reinhardt". (Web site)

Paris

  1. A member of Glenn Miller 's Army Air Corps Band in 1943-45, he played with Django Reinhardt in Paris at war's end. (Web site)

Joe

  1. Editor James Sallis has included essays that focus on individual guitarists, including Charlie Christian, Django Reinhardt, and Joe Pass.

Jazz Musicians

  1. Django Reinhardt when i was in my jazz stage i found him, and he's among a few other jazz musicians that i still listen to a good amount 34.

Best

  1. Whether this CD qualifies as The Best of Django Reinhardt is perhaps arguable. (Web site)

Sound Quality

  1. The sound quality varies somewhat from song to song, but what comes through loud and clear is the utter genius of Django Reinhardt. (Web site)

Coleman Hawkins

  1. This 1961 album was a revisitation of a '37 session Carter cut with Coleman Hawkins, Django Reinhardt, and two European saxophonists.

World

  1. As Elios says, speaking first in French, then switching to English to emphasize his point: Django Reinhardt is the greatest guitarist in the world. (Web site)

Contemporaries

  1. This anthology features the predecessors and contemporaries of Django Reinhardt and Charlie Christian with an emphasis on the jazz guitar duet.

Considerable Influence

  1. Lang’s legacy would exert a considerable influence on future jazz guitar greats like Django Reinhardt and Charlie Christian. (Web site)

Quintet

  1. He might be best known for playing clarinet or saxophone in Django Reinhardt 's quintet. (Web site)

Play

  1. In Paris he even had a chance to meet and play with Django Reinhardt, the great French gypsy guitarist. (Web site)
  2. There has never been a better time for anyone wishing to play in the tradition of the great gypsy, Django Reinhardt. (Web site)

Play Guitar

  1. Among the gypsy jazz musicians that play guitar in the style of Django Reinhardt there are few that really stand out like Lollo Meier. (Web site)

Guitar Playing

  1. After being wounded in World War II, he began working seriously on his guitar playing, influenced heavily by Django Reinhardt.

Guitarist

  1. Story played with many of the Jazz greats in Paris, including one of his favorite musicians, guitarist Django Reinhardt.
  2. As with the music of Django Reinhardt, Charlie Christian, and Jimi Hendrix, any guitarist can draw inspiration from Bryant. (Web site)
  3. Babik Reinhardt (8 June 1944, Paris - 13 November 2001, Grasse) was one of Django Reinhardt 's sons, and a guitarist in his own right. (Web site)

Les Paul

  1. Hanging out with his father, John was exposed to all the great jazz music of the era, from Erroll Garner and Les Paul to Django Reinhardt. (Web site)

Reinhardt

  1. Joe Pass - Django Reinhardt - Reinhardt was a Belgian Gypsy who became the only European to significantly influence Jazz during the swing era. (Web site)
  2. Django Reinhardt as a boy At the age of 18 Reinhardt was injured in a fire that ravaged the caravan he shared with Bella, his first wife.

Musical Legacy

  1. The Djangomatics are a trio (two acoustic guitars and an upright bass) who draw their inspiration from the musical legacy of Django Reinhardt. (Web site)

Europe

  1. The Golden Django is an award for jazz musicians in Europe named after guitarist Django Reinhardt.
  2. In recent years, Stojka has been spreading the gospel of Django Reinhardt throughout Europe and parts of Asia with his Gipsy Swing band.

Merle Travis

  1. He played mostly electric guitar and his picking technique was inspired mostly by Merle Travis with musical influences from Django Reinhardt and Les Paul.
  2. He started playing guitar about age nine, admiring Les Paul, Django Reinhardt and the finger-picjing style of Merle Travis.

Gypsy Jazz

  1. Hot Club Swing in the style of Django Reinhardt (aka "gypsy jazz") with vocals.
  2. Gypsy jazz (also known as “Gypsy Swing”) is an idiom sometimes said to have been started by guitarist Django Reinhardt in the 1930s.

France

  1. And of course, later on, 36,37,38, the Quintet of the Hot Club of France, with Django Reinhardt.
  2. Along with sides by Eddie Lang and Django Reinhardt 's Hot Club of France, these are the recordings that made jazz guitar history.
  3. Django Reinhardt grew up a talented musician in a Gypsy caravan, travelling around France.

Influence

  1. Django Reinhardt also had an influence on other styles and musical genres, including Western Swing, notably in the work of Bob Wills.
  2. La Bouche Manouche derive their influence from the music of Django Reinhardt and the great Gypsy Jazz tradition. (Web site)
  3. Gypsy Jazz was invented and perfected in the cafes of Paris in the 30's and 40's by the influence of Django Reinhardt. (Web site)

Music

  1. Django Reinhardt himself was inspired by traditional eastern music and the Reinhardt Family were famous because of their ability to play that style of music.
  2. Around the mid-90s Taylor started a band inspired by the music of Django Reinhardt and the Hot Club which he named Spirit of Django. (Web site)
  3. As his proficiency grew, he spent many hours listening to the music of legendary guitarists, Django Reinhardt, Joe Pass, and Johnny Smith. (Web site)

Playing

  1. He likes to try new ways of playing, but always with the solid underpinning of his first love: the music of Django Reinhardt.
  2. The playing of Django Reinhardt in particular would be important to the rise of gypsy jazz, which is one of the earliest genres to start outside the US. (Web site)
  3. His playing has been heard at high-profile festivals such as The Django Reinhardt Festival at Samois sur Seine, among others.

Jazz

  1. In Europe, where musicians like the Gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt continue to play despite a Nazi ban, jazz is a beacon of hope. (Web site)

Jazz Guitarists

  1. Whether or not many jazz guitarists have any gypsy blood, the influence of Django Reinhardt is often readily apparent in their playing.

Jazz Guitarist

  1. There is not a jazz guitarist alive today who doesn't owe a huge thank you to Django Reinhardt.

Style

  1. They play the Django Reinhardt style, or Gypsy Jazz, with a fresh and contemporary approach. (Web site)
  2. Joscho is a wonderful guitarist, playing mostly in the Django Reinhardt style but with some Chet Atkins finger style thrown in when it suits. (Web site)
  3. He had a style that was very much his own." French tourists who listened to him playing in bars occasionally compared his music to Django Reinhardt´s.

Guitarists

  1. Like Charlie Christian, Django Reinhardt had an enormous influence on the guitarists who followed him.

Guitar

  1. Django Reinhardt pioneered the use of the guitar in jazz and was arguably the first great jazz guitarist. (Web site)
  2. Disley grew up in Wales and the north of England, where he learned to play banjo, switching to guitar at the age of 14 when he heard Django Reinhardt. (Web site)

Wes Montgomery

  1. I want to see some more respect for jazz guitarists like Django Reinhardt, Charlie Christian, and Wes Montgomery.
  2. He later did the same with recordings by earlier jazz guitarists - Wes Montgomery, Django Reinhardt and Joe Pass.
  3. The way I think of it, the first generation would include Wes Montgomery, Django Reinhardt and their contemporaries, basically the pre- Jimi Hendrix era. (Web site)

Jazz Guitar

  1. In his childhood, he learnt to play the banjo, but took up the jazz guitar at the age of 14, after hearing the playing of Django Reinhardt.

Guitar Players

  1. Django Reinhardt has astounded and thrilled numerous generations of guitar players and jazz lovers with his amazing command of the guitar.

Charlie Christian

  1. By the '70s and '80s he had, like Charlie Christian and Django Reinhardt before him, become a major influence on other guitar players.
  2. At an early age, King developed a love for blues artists like T-Bone Walker and Lonnie Johnson and jazz artists like Charlie Christian and Django Reinhardt. (Web site)
  3. He teaches jazz phrases in the style of Charlie Christian and Django Reinhardt and explains how these masters have influenced his music.

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  1. Guitars > Guitarists > Jazz Guitarists > Charlie Christian
  2. Guitar Players
  3. Jazz Guitar
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