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The Gipsy Jazz Violin Summit

The Gipsy Jazz Violin Summit

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1.1
Nothing Else
The Gipsy Jazz Violin Summit
4:42
1.2
Satin Doll
The Gipsy Jazz Violin Summit
5:16
1.3
Les feuilles mortes (Autumn Leaves)
The Gipsy Jazz Violin Summit
3:40
1.4
Gipso Nipso
The Gipsy Jazz Violin Summit
4:10
1.5
Bye Bye Blackbird
The Gipsy Jazz Violin Summit
4:07
1.6
Orpheus
The Gipsy Jazz Violin Summit
4:56
1.7
What a Difference a Day Made
The Gipsy Jazz Violin Summit
3:34
1.8
Flamingo
The Gipsy Jazz Violin Summit
6:24
Total Playing Time    36:49
Accompanied by a top-flight rhythm section, four exceptional German gypsy violinists trade solos on five standards and three originals. The album swings infectiously as the violinists present lively renditions of Satin Doll and Autumn Leaves, as well as a surprisingly up-tempo Bye Bye Blackbird. The four are following in the tradition of legendary gypsy guitarist Django Rheinhardt and his musical soulmate French violinist Stephane Grappelli, but there is a taste of something more modern. Leader of the pack Zipflo Rheinhardt is descended from Django, but admits to being influenced by Jean-Luc Ponty.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – MPS Records Studio Masters

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