Douce Ambiance

According to the online translator I used, the title of this song means “Soft Ambience” …but for a long time now, most of the bands I’ve played it in have jokingly called it “two smells!”  Either way, it’s a good example of the gypsy jazz sound.

The intro/outro has some rather odd chords, but don’t worry about soloing over those, as nobody uses them during the solos.  Be careful not to rush the rhythm of the intro/outro… make sure to hold out the half note to the next down beat.  This same rhythm is in the melody too.  The coda is only used for the outro.

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