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Piano Jazz Shorts

Stephane Grapelli, 1990


Thursday - August 30, 2012

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About This Show

During the 1930s, violinist Stephane Grapelli founded the Quintette du Hot Club de France with legendary guitarist Django Reinhardt. And Grappelli went on to discover a young English pianist named George Shearing. On this delightful Piano Jazz from 1990, Grapelli and McPartland duet on George Gershwin favorites “I Got Rhythm”, “Someone to Watch Over Me,“ and “Oh, Lady Be Good.”


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