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Grappelli

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St?phane . 1908--97, French jazz violinist: with Django Reinhardt, he led the Quintet of the Hot Club of France between 1934 and 1939
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O'Connor had auditioned as a guitarist, but Grappelli essentially became his violin mentor, a role Grappelli rarely took on.
The Stphane Grappelli track is, without doubt, the jewel in the crown," says Mason of the unlikely collaboration that never made the finished version.
Speaking of Stephane Grappelli and his love of learning about other cultures makes me think of your Double Concerto.
Anyone, meaning early inspirations like roots fiddlers Doug Kershaw and Vassar Clements to his encounters with Grappelli and classical violinists Isaac Stern and Yehudi Menuhin to his work with contemporaries like Joshua Bell, Edgar Meyer and Yo-Yo Ma.
Given that climate, out gays such as French jazz violinist Stephane Grappelli have been the exception.
Among the top names in the "Warner Starbreak" programme are Stephane Grappelli, Frankie Vaughan, Joe Pasquale, Humphrey Lyttelton and Helen Shapiro, Jim Bowen, Chas & Dave, Adrian Walsh and Acker Bilk.
Subramaniam has collaborated with legendary musicians including Sir Yehudi Menuhin, Zubin Mehta, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Jazz greats Stephane Grappelli, Herbie Hancock, Joe Sample and the Crusaders.
Julian Lloyd Webber will W recount stories and anecdotes of touring, recording sessions, concerts and TV shows to link with rare video footage of him talking and performing with Nigel Kennedy, Elton John, Katherine Jenkins, Tim Rice, Yehudi Menhuin, Cleo Laine and Stephane Grappelli.
Signed to Linn Records in 1991, she has since released 17 CDs with the label, collaborating with musical luminaries including Martin Taylor, John Martyn, Stephane Grappelli, Mark Nightingale, Jim Mullen and renowned pianist and composer Sir Richard Rodney Bennett, who she performed with until his death in 2012.
BORN WOODY Allen, US filmmaker, 1935, above BETTE Midler, US singer, 1945 PABLO Escobar, drug baron, 1949 DIED EDMUND Campion, English martyr, 1581 ALEISTER Crowley, occultist, 1947, above STEPHANE Grappelli, jazz violinist, 1997
The mantel of Stephane Grappelli was passed on to him,'' Finlay said of O'Connor.
I A night of superlative and varied music covering the Gypsy Jazz of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli, celtic airs and standards from The Great American Songbook and more.