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Transcript of Djengo Reinhardt
23 January 1910
Died:16 May 1953 Reinhardt was injured from his house burning down, supposedly he knocked down a candle and his house caught on fire. Luckly his negihbors pulled him out of the fire at the last second.
But he suffered from 2nd and 3rd degree burns. His right leg was paralized and his left hand was badly burnt. Liberchies, Pont-à-Celles, Belgium The doctors though he wouldnt be able to play gutair anymore but he was so detacated to playing his gutair that he learned how to play with only 2 fingers Jean-Baptiste Reinhardt With violinist Stéphane Grappelli, he co-founded the Quintette du Hot Club de France, described by critic Thom Jurek as "one of the most original bands in the history of recorded jazz. How did Djengos child hood affect his music? How did djengos 'disability' affect his playing? Injury Most famous tracks:
1. Limehouse Blues
2. When Day Is Done
3. St. Louis Blues
4. Minor Swing
5. My Serenade
6. You Rascal You
7. Montmartre Main influences: British rock guitarists Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, and Eric Clapton, Biblography:
EduardoLirani. "Django Reinhardt - Limehouse Blues." YouTube. YouTube, 28 June 2008. Web. 18 Sept. 2012. <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=En7EGSxUbTM>.
"Django Reinhardt." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 13 Sept. 2012. Web. 18 Sept. 2012. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Django_Reinhardt>.
"Django Reinhardt - The Best of Django Reinhardt [Capitol-Blue No (download Torrent) - TPB." Django Reinhardt - The Best of Django Reinhardt [Capitol-Blue No Djengo stands for I wake in 'Gypsy' Discovery of Jazz:
1923 and 1933 was a big era for Djengo because he this is when he first started to play jazz. Up until then he was playing a banjo. But when he first heard American Jazz he fell in love with it and started to play the gutair. Final Years before Death: In 1951, he retired to Samois-sur-Seine, near Fontainebleau, where he lived until his death. He continued to play in Paris jazz clubs and began playing electric guitar (often a Selmer fitted with an electric pickup), despite his initial hesitation towards the instrument. His final recordings made with his "Nouvelle Quintette" in the last few months of his life show him moving in a new musical direction Born into a gypsy family with many musicans How would Djengos life have been if the accadent hadnet occured?