Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Montagne Sainte Genevieve (Django's Waltz) · Matelo Ferré · Sarane Ferré · Jacques Montagne Tziganskaïa and t. .Tziganskaïa and the Django Waltzes. 2012 Hot Club Records. Released on: 1988-12-01.
Album · 1988 · 27 Songs. 3. Mademoiselle de Bucharest.
Jean Pierre "Matelo" Ferret (1918–1989) (also spelled Matelot, Matlo and Matlow, surname also later spelled Ferré on occasion) was a French musette and gypsy jazz guitarist and composer. He was an associate of Django Reinhardt and the brother of guitarists Baro and Sarane Ferret. He recorded with his own sextet in Paris in the 1940s and continued performing there, with occasional recording sessions, until his death in 1989.
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MATELO FERRÉ - Tziganskaïa + the Django waltzes (full album) HD. HOT CLUB RECORDS proudly presents: MATELO FERRÉ solo guitar JACQUES MONTAGNE rhythm guitar (track 1-4) SARANE FERRÉ rhythm guitar (1-4) BOULOU FERRÉ guitar .Django Jazz Manouche. 5 February 2016 ·. youtube. Django Legacy Full Documentary. For fans of Gypsy Jazz Guitar and Django Reinhardt. A video that I taped from Channel 4 in the UK that I've had since 1991.
Tziganskaïa and the Django Waltzes (feat. Matelo Ferré & Boulou Ferré.
Count: 26. Views: 3. Tziganskaïa and the Django Waltzes tracks. Mademoiselle De Buchareste.
Chez Jacquet (Django Reinhardt) 02:20 04. Choti (Django Reinhardt) 01:53 05. Tziganskaïa 03:06 06. Songe D'Automne (Archibald Joyce) 02:47 07. Mademoiselle De Bucharest (Matelo Ferré) 02:02.
Tziganskaïa and the Django Waltzes. 03. 05. In Einer Kleinen American Bar. Matelo Ferré feat. 06. Cher Ami.
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|1||Montagne Sainte Genevieve||2:02|
|7||Mademoiselle De Bucharest||2:02|
|9||In Einer Kleinen American Bar||1:58|
Written By – Smith/Praeger
|18||Nette Presse Pas||3:13|
|25||Route Des Acacias||4:08|
|26||Valse Des Officiers||1:52|
- Cimbalom – Michel Villach (tracks: 5 to 27)
- Double Bass – Ernst Pseffer (tracks: 5 to 27)
- Guitar – Boulou Ferré (tracks: 5 to 27)
- Guitar [Solo] – Matelo Ferré*
- Producer – Charles Delaunay
- Reissue Producer – Jon Larsen
- Rhythm Guitar – Sarane Ferré* (tracks: 1 to 4), Jacques Montagne (tracks: 1 to 4)
- Written-By – A. Ferreri* (tracks: 21), Archibald Joyce (tracks: 6), Django Reinhardt (tracks: 1 to 4, 8, 22), E. Rapé* (tracks: 15), F. Marchetti* (tracks: 17), Franz Lehar* (tracks: 10), Gaby Wagenheim (tracks: 27), Matelo Ferré* (tracks: 7, 12, 14, 16, 19), Pollack* (tracks: 15), Ressö Seress* (tracks: 11), Berger* (tracks: 20), Sidney Bechet (tracks: 23)
NotesTracks 1 to 4 rec. Paris 1960
Tracks 5 to 27 rec. Studio Sidney Bechet, Villetaneuse, 1978.
First CD edition © 1988 by Hot Club Records under artist name "Matelot Ferret" and title "Tziganskaïa And Other Rare Recordings"
Present second CD edition © 2006 by Hot Club Records
|HCRCD 46||Matelo Ferret*||Tziganskaïa And Other Rare Recordings 1960-1978 (CD)||Hot Club Records||HCRCD 46||France||1988|