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Stephane Grappelli Quartet - yehudi Stéphane Grappelli Quartet Vol. 1 flac album

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Performer: Stephane Grappelli Quartet
Title: yehudi Stéphane Grappelli Quartet Vol. 1
Released: 1973
Style: Bop, Swing
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.2 ✦
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Лучшие композиции – Стефан Граппелли. Stéphane Grappelli – тема. Воспроизвести все. Отправить. My Funny Valentine - Stéphane Grappelli & Yehudi Menuhin. Stephane Grappelli & McCoy Tyner Summertime. Body And Soul - Joe Venuti Quartet. Nature Boy. Stéphane Grappelli - Topic.

Hmm, it looks like we don’t know much about this album. A Tribute To My Friends. Oscar Peterson Quartet. Trio 2: Live at Montmartre. Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen Trio.

Album · 1999 · 41 Songs. Stéphane Grappelli, Yehudi Menuhin, Instrumental Ensemble, Max Harris, Alan Clare, Denny Wright & Ike Isaacs. 2. Soon (1988 Remastered Version). Emma Kirkby, Stéphane Grappelli, Yehudi Menuhin, Charles Daniels, Instrumental Ensemble, Neil Jenkins, Andrew King, Max Harris, Roger Woolley, Taverner Consort, Choir & Players, Andrew Parrott, Rogers Covey-Crump, Paul Elliott, Alan Clare, Denny Wright & Ike Isaacs. 3. Summertime (1988 Remastered Version).

When Stephane Grappelli entered the recording studio with Oscar Peterson in 1973 to record this collection of standards, it marked his 50th anniversary as a professional musician. Grappelli's most famous collaboration was of course his six-year stint in the 1930s with the Gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt, but it wasn't until he started playing with pianists like Peterson that he really developed into a world-class soloist.

Stéphane Grappelli (26 January, 1908 – 1 December, 1997) was a pioneering jazz violinist who founded with Django Reinhardt in 1934 the "Quintette du Hot Club de France", it was one of the first all-string jazz bands. He has been called "the grandfather of jazz violinists" and continued playing concerts around the world well into his 80s. For the first three decades of his career, he was billed using a gallicised spelling of his last name, Grappelly, reverting to "Grappelli" in 1969. ПодписатьсяПодпискаПодписка.