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Stringzville's repertoire of songs is a blend of three musical genres:

Gypsy jazz, which originated in France between the two world wars. This is the music most often associated with legendary jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt and his musical partner violinist Stephane Grappelli, and harkens back to the exciting Jazz Age of Paris in the 1930s.

Bossa nova, the cool, airy "Girl-From-Ipanema" music that took the U.S. by storm in the early 1960's. This "Latin" music was quickly embraced by such jazz luminaries as Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis, Bill Evans, Herbie Mann, Charlie Byrd, and Gerry Mulligan.

Recognizable jazz standards
, mainly from the Swing and Cool periods of jazz history. Stringzville pays tribute to the music of such jazz luminaries as George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Duke Ellington, Johnny Mercer, Miles Davis, and Charles Mingus, just to name a few.

p.s. we've been known to erupt into some rollicking bluegrass and country music, given the proper occasion and opportunity...


Below are some of the many songs that make up Stringzville's repertoire:

All of Me (swing)
Nuages (gypsy ballad)
Autumn Leaves (bossa)
Blue Skies (swing)
Miss New Orleans (ballad)
Samba de Orfeu (bossa)
There Will Never Be Another You (swing)

Confessin' (ballad)
Somewhere Over The Rainbow (bossa)
But Not For Me (swing)
Tenderly (waltz/ballad)
Black Orpheus (bossa)
Embraceable You (swing)
Les Valseuses (ballad)
Gordo Antonio (bossa)
Moon Glow (swing)
At Last (ballad)
Out of Nowhere (bossa)
Bittersweet (bop)
Nature Boy (bossa)
All Blues (cool ballad)
Satin Doll (swing)
PolkaDots & Moonbeams (ballad)
How High The Moon (bossa)
Crested Hens (gypsy)
Little Boat (bossa)
I Only Have Eyes for You (swing)
I'm Beginning To See The Light (swing)
Blue Bossa (bossa)
Nostalgia in Times Square (cool)
Perdido (cha-cha)
Fly Me To The Moon (swing)

Swing 42 (gypsy)
Artillerie Lourdes (gypsy)
Django's Castle (gypsy ballad)
Minor Swing (gypsy)
Route 66 (swing)
Misty (ballad)
East Of The Sun (swing)