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  • New York Times

    January 25th, 2011 at 6:51am

    The debonair music that the violinist Stéphane Grapelli and the guitarist Django Reinhardt forged at the Hot Club of France in the 1930’s became a paragon of jazz that challenges musicians while delighting audiences. Two trios — uptown and down-home — brought their own sequels to that music to Manhattan last week. Jazz at Lincoln Center presented the violinist Mark O’Connor and his Hot Swing Trio at Alice Tully Hall on Tuesday night, while the Hot Club of Cowtown, from Austin, Tex., performed on Thursday night at the Rodeo Bar…

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