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Blues Riff. Django ReinhardtDuke Ellington. His modernist piece Rhythm Futur was also intended to be acceptable Tea For Two - Django Reinhardt - LOr De Django (CD) the Nazis.
Biographer Michael Dregni  : They had a son, Babik Reinhardtwho became a respected guitarist. Severe rationing was in place, and members of Django's circle were being captured by the Nazis or joining the resistance.
Reinhardt's first attempt at escape from Occupied France led to capture. Unlike the estimatedGypsies who were interned and killed in the PorajmosReinhardt survived the war without incident. One of his songs, 's "Nuages",  became an unofficial anthem in Paris to signify hope for liberation. After the war, Reinhardt rejoined Grappelli in the UK. In the autumn ofhe made his first tour in the United States, debuting at Cleveland Music Hall  as a special guest soloist with Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.
He played with many notable musicians and composers, such as Maury Deutsch. At the end of the tour, Reinhardt played two nights at Carnegie Hall in New York City; he received a great ovation and took six curtain calls on the first night. Despite his pride in touring with Ellington one of two letters to Grappelli relates his excitementhe was not fully integrated into the band. He played a few tunes Pojo Pojo the end of the show, backed by Ellington, with no special arrangements written for him.
These performances drew large audiences. Tired of waiting, Reinhardt returned to France in February After his return, Reinhardt re-immersed himself in Romani life, finding it difficult to adjust to the postwar world.
He sometimes showed up for scheduled concerts without a guitar or amplifier, or wandered off to the park or beach. On a few occasions he refused to get out of bed. Reinhardt developed a reputation among his band, fans, and managers as extremely unreliable. He skipped sold-out concerts to "walk to the beach" or "smell the dew. In Rome inReinhardt recruited three Italian jazz players on bass, piano, and snare drum and recorded over 60 tunes in an Italian studio, Tea For Two - Django Reinhardt - LOr De Django (CD).
He united with Grappelli, and used his acoustic Selmer-Maccaferri. The recording was issued for the first time in the late s. You Know What I Mean - Phil Collins - Face Value (Cassette, Album) in Paris, in JuneTea For Two - Django Reinhardt - LOr De Django (CD), Reinhardt was invited to join an entourage to welcome the return of Benny Goodman.
He also attended a reception for Goodman, who, after the war ended, had asked Reinhardt to join him in the U.
Goodman repeated his invitation and, out of politeness, Reinhardt accepted. However, Reinhardt later had second thoughts about what role he could play alongside Goodman, who was the "King of Swing", and remained in France. InReinhardt retired to Samois-sur-Seinenear Fontainebleauwhere he lived until his death. He continued to play in Paris jazz clubs and began playing electric guitar. He often used a Selmer fitted with an electric pickup, despite his initial hesitation about the instrument.
In his final recordings, made with his Nouvelle Quintette in the last few months of his life, he had begun moving in a new musical direction, in which he assimilated the vocabulary of bebop and fused it with his own melodic style. On 16 Maywhile walking from the Gare de Fontainebleau—Avon Station after playing in a Paris club, he collapsed outside his house from a brain hemorrhage. Reinhardt's second son, Babikbecame a guitarist in the Dont Do It - Victoria Wood - Lucky Bag (Vinyl, LP, Album) jazz style.
His first son, Loussonwas more of a traditionalist. He followed the Frédéric François - Je Taime À LItalienne (Vinyl, LP, Album) lifestyle and rarely performed in public.
After Reinhardt died, his brother Joseph at first swore to abandon music, but he was persuaded to Tea For Two - Django Reinhardt - LOr De Django (CD) and record again. Joseph's son Markus Reinhardt is a violinist in the Romani style. A third generation of direct descendants has developed as musicians: David Reinhardt, Reinhardt's grandson by his son Babikleads his own trio.
Dallas Baumgartner, a great-grandson by Lousson, is a guitarist who travels with the Romani and keeps a low public profile. A slightly younger distant relative, violinist Schnuckenack Reinhardtbecame famous in Germany as a performer of gypsy music and gypsy jazz up to his death inand also assisted in keeping Reinhardt's legacy alive through the period following his death. Reinhardt is regarded as one of the greatest guitar players of all time, and the first important European jazz musician to make a major contribution with jazz guitar.
Using a Selmer Guitar in the mids, his style took on new volume and expressiveness. For about a decade after Reinhardt's death, interest in his musical style was minimal. In the fifties, bebop superseded swing in jazz, rock and roll took off, and electric instruments became dominant in popular music.
Since the mid-sixties, there has been a revival of interest in Reinhardt's music, a revival that has extended into the 21st century, with annual festivals and periodic tribute concerts. His devotees included classical guitarist Julian Bream and country guitarist Chet Atkinswho considered him one of the ten greatest guitarists of the twentieth century.
Jazz guitarists in the U. In fact, Byrd, who lived from tosaid that Reinhardt was his primary influence. Guitarist Mike Peters notes that "the 若者よ怒りを忘れるな - Nasca Car - Maximum Speed (CD) 'genius' is bantered about too much. The popularity of gypsy jazz has generated an increasing number of festivals, such as the Festival Django Reinhardt held every last weekend of June since in Samois-sur-Seine France  the various DjangoFests held throughout Europe  and the US, and Django in June, an annual camp for Tea For Two - Django Reinhardt - LOr De Django (CD) jazz musicians and aficionados.
The movie covers Django's escape from Nazi-occupied Paris in and the fact that even under "constant danger, flight and the atrocities committed against his family", he continued composing and performing.
The documentary film, Djangomania! The hour-long film was directed and written by Jamie Kastner, who traveled throughout the world to show the influence of Django's music in various countries.
The festival was organized by George Wein. Numerous musicians have written and recorded tributes to Reinhardt. Ramelton, Co. Donegal, Ireland, each year hosts a festival in tribute to Django called "Django sur Lennon" or "Django on the Lennon" the Lennon being the name of the local river that runs through the village. In coincidence with Django's th birth anniversary, a graphic novel depicting his youth years was published under the title "Django Main de Feu", by writer Salva Rubio and Tea For Two - Django Reinhardt - LOr De Django (CD) Efa through Belgian publisher Dupuis.
French recording artist, Serge Krief . Many guitar What A Wonderful World - Various - Top 40 Ken Je Klassiekers (CD) and other musicians have expressed admiration for Reinhardt or have cited him as a major influence.
Jeff Beck described Reinhardt as "by far the most astonishing guitar player ever" and "quite superhuman". Grateful Dead 's Jerry Garcia and Black Sabbath 's Tony Iommiboth of whom lost fingers in accidents, were inspired by Reinhardt's example of becoming an accomplished guitar player despite his injuries. Garcia was quoted in June in Frets Magazine :.
His technique is awesome! Even today, nobody has really come to the state that he was playing at. As good as players are, they haven't gotten to where he is. There's a lot of guys that play fast and a lot of guys that play clean, and the guitar has come a long way as far as speed and clarity go, but nobody plays with the whole fullness of expression that Django has. I mean, the combination of incredible speed — all the speed you could possibly want — but also the thing of every note have a specific personality.
You don't hear it. I really haven't heard it anywhere but with Django. Toots Thielemans . Andrew Latimerof the band Camelhas stated that he was influenced by Reinhardt. Willie Nelson has been a lifelong Reinhardt fan, stating in his memoir, "This was a man who changed my musical life by giving me a whole new perspective on the guitar and, on an even more profound level, on my relationship with sound During my formative years, as I listened to Django's records, especially songs like 'Nuages' that I would play for the rest of my life, I studied his technique.
Even more, I studied his gentleness. I What A Feeling (Hi_Tack Remix) - The Hughes Corporation - What A Feeling (CD) the human sound he gave his acoustic guitar.
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