Colin Cosimini - Gypsy Jazz Chord Book Vol.3

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Posted on 2011-02-18. By anonymous.

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Colin Cosimini - Gypsy Jazz Chord Book Vol.3

Colin Cosimini - Gypsy Jazz Chord Book Vol.3
A Silverback Music Production | 2004 | English | no ISBN | 65 pages | PDF + MP3 | 51 MB

The series of books based on Jazz / Gypsy Jazz music and the Django Reinhardt's accompaniment style. Each book comprises of 50 tunes, all played on CD to demonstrate accents and rhythms.

Contents

1. All Of Me
2. Avalon
3. Belleville
4. Besame Mucho
5. Billet Doux
6. Black & White
7. Cesar Swing
8. Chez Jacquet
9. Chez Moi
10. Chicago
11. Cou Cou
12. David
13. Deed I Do
14. Dikeno Sinto
15. Dinette
16. Djangology
17. Donna Lee
18. Groovin' High
19. I'm Confessin'
20. It Don't Mean A Thing
21. It Had To Be You
22. Japanese Sandman
23. (Je Suis) Seul Ce Soir
24. Just A Gigolo
25. La Gitane
26. Latcho Drom
27. Lulu Swing
28. Ma Premiere Guitare
29. Marie
30. Noto Swing
31. Out Of Nowhere
32. Place Parodi
33. Romany Waltz
34. Rosette
35. Seresta
36. Shine
37. Some Of These Days
38. Stompin' At Decca
39. Swing 42
40. Swing D'Alsace
41. Swing Des Puce
42. Stormy Weather
43. Symphonie
44. Tears
45. Tenderly
46. Tiger Rag
47. To Each His Own
48. Topsy
49. Tchavolo Swing
50. Undecided

Many thanks to the original releaser!



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