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  1. This is the first of Stephane Grappelli's sessions as a leader during the s to be issued on CD, which is rather surprising given the availability of his work from the last two decades of his life. Grappelli is heard exclusively in a quartet with pianist Maurice Vander, bassist Pierre Michelot, and drummer Baptiste Reilles, except for two takes of "Someone to Watch Over Me," when Vander.
  2. Brian Torff is a contributing artist (bassist) on this CD. Recorded April 5, , Carnegie Hall, New York City. "Stephane Grappelli - Live at Carnegie Hall (CD)" by Stephane Grappelli.
  3. Make offer - Stephane Grappelli & The Diz Disley Trio - Violinspration (CD, ) *New* STEPHANE GRAPPELLI - AUDIO ARCHIVE COLLECTORS EDITION TRACK CD- (AA) £
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  5. Brian Torff is a contributing artist (bassist) on this CD. Recorded April 5, , Carnegie Hall, New York City.
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  7. Renowned jazz violinist. Stephane Grappelli was born on January 26, , in Paris, where by the age of 15 he was playing the violin in the streets, at restaurants, and with a theater pit band. In , at a cafe in southern France, he encountered the Belgian gypsy guitarist, Django Reinhardt. Within .
  8. Stéphane Grappelli, born Stefano Grappelli, was a French-Italian jazz violinist who founded the Quintette du Hot Club de France with guitarist Django Reinhar.
  9. About Stephane Grappelli. To most of the public, Stephane Grappelli defines jazz violin. This French maverick met the perfect foil when he teamed up with Gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt in the s and '40s. After Django's death, Grappelli spent the '50s and '60s as a respected European musician before re-emerging as a global superstar in the.

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