Quintette

Quintette may refer to:

  • Quintette, California
  • Quintette du Hot Club de France

Other articles related to "quintette":

Raymond Scott - Early Life & Career
... a band from among his CBS colleagues, calling it the "Raymond Scott Quintette." It was a six-piece group, but the puckish Scott thought Quintette (his spelling) sounded "crisper" he also ... The Quintette represented Scott's attempt to revitalize Swing music through tight, busy arrangements and reduced reliance on improvisation ... The Quintette existed from 1937 to 1939, and racked up numerous big-selling discs, including "Twilight in Turkey," "Minuet in Jazz," "War Dance for Wooden Indians," "Reckless Night on Board an Ocean Liner," "Pow ...
Louis Vola
... died in Paris on 15 August 1990), was a French double-bassist famous for his work with the Quintette du Hot Club de France ... In 1934 he was a founding member of the Quintette du Hot Club de France ... Vola later left the Quintette but eventually rejoined ...
Powerhouse (song) - History
... Special of CBS Radio's Saturday Night Swing Club, on which the Raymond Scott Quintette performed, host Paul Douglas announced that "Powerhouse" had been ... Scott's Quintette (actually a sextet) first recorded "Powerhouse" in New York on February 20, 1937, along with three other titles ... (An unreleased 1939 recording by the original Scott Quintette was issued in 2002 on the 2-CD Scott compilation Microphone Music.) ...
Quintette Du Hot Club De France - History
... and called it 'La Grosse Pomme.' She entertained there nightly and hired the Quintette du Hot Club de France as one of the house bands at the club ... As World War II broke out in September 1939, the Quintette was on a concert tour of England ... Django continued using the Quintette name with a different group, featuring Hubert Rostaing as the first of several clarinetists backed by a more conventional rhythm section with drums, bass and a rhythm guitar ...
Quintette Du Hot Club De France
... Quintette du Hot Club de France, short “QdHCdF” (“The Quintet of the Hot Club of France”) was a jazz group founded in France in 1934 by guitarist Django Reinhardt and violinist ... One of the earliest and most significant continental jazz groups in Europe, the Quintette was described by critic Thom Jurek as "one of the most original bands in the history ...