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Gordon Shumway said
It's likely to be difficult. The Grappelli book is probably the best you can do.
There's a Grappelli composition called Flonville that the ABRSM prescribe for their grade 6 exam: -
Yeah I'm grade 1 on my best day. I'll just stick to the lead sheets I have from a Django Fakebook I found.
I wonder what people think of that Grappelli recording.
I'm disappointed - I thought he was better than that. I remembered him as having perfect intonation, which he doesn't have here. It's scratchy and trembly in places.
I suspect he was very old when he recorded it. But I was always a bigger fan of Reinhardt.
I always wanted to be a juvenile delinquent but my parents wouldn't let me.
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