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Häns'che Weiss Quintett - Das Häns'che Weiss Quintet flac album
  • Performer Häns'che Weiss Quintett
  • Title Das Häns'che Weiss Quintet
  • Date of release 1975
  • Country Germany
  • Style Gypsy Jazz
  • Other formats AIFF AAC MP2 RA MIDI VOC MMF
  • Genre Jazz / World & Folk & Country
  • Size MP3 1142 mb
  • Size FLAC 1952 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 341

Häns'che Weiss (1951 – 2 June 2016) was a German gypsy jazz and modern jazz guitarist in the tradition of Django Reinhardt. From 1969-1972 he played with the Schnuckenack Reinhardt Quintett, after which he made five albums with his own ensemble playing acoustic gypsy jazz along with self-composed and traditional gypsy tunes.

Guitarist Häns’che Weiss died June 2 following a long illness. The German Sinto musician was a significant interpreter of so-called gypsy jazz, the style of music developed and first brought to a worldwide audience in the 1930s by the great Django Reinhardt (1910-1953). Weiss was born into a West Berlin Sinti family in 1951 and began playing the guitar at an early age. Prior to the Second World War, his father, Gono, had been a versatile musician who mastered the violin, guitar, accordion and zither

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Schnuckenack Reinhardt Quintett, Häns'che Weiss. This first Quintett consisted of Schnuckenack on violin and vocals, Daweli Reinhardt and Bobby Falta (who had also played with Joseph Reinhardt in the 1960s) on solo guitars, Spatzo Weiss on rhythm and Hojok Merstein on double bass. In 1967 and 1968, the group performed at the International Waldeck Festivals. In 1969, Bobby Falta and Daweli Reinhardt were replaced by Holzmanno Winterstein on rhythm guitar and the then 18-year old guitar virtuoso Häns'che Weiss, who hailed from East Germany, on lead acoustic guitar


A1 As Long As I Live 4:07
A2 La Cinquantaine 2:50
A3 Valse À Trajo 2:01
A4 Paboll, Paboll 4:26
A5 Tears (Muri) 5:18
A6 Mulatok Mert Jo Kedvem Van/Roma Tschawo/Dui, Dui 2:39
B1 Cherokee 4:46
B2 Blue Drag 5:26
B3 Unisono-Valse 2:28
B4 I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me 2:38
B5 Nuages 4:38
B6 Nota/Csardas 2:57

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Panne-Paulsen Studios
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Songbird
  • Copyright (c) – Songbird


  • Cover – Peter-J. Bertsch
  • Double Bass – Hojok Merstein
  • Engineer – Eberhard Panne
  • Liner Notes – Andreas Rossmann
  • Photography By, Liner Notes – Siegfried Maeker
  • Producer – Siegfried Maeker
  • Rhythm Guitar, Piano – Holzmanno Winterstein
  • Violin – Titi Winterstein
  • Voice, Guitar – Häns'che Weiss


Recorded: 24.-29.9.1975
Erstauflage: Dezember 1975

On back cover:
Printed in Germany by 4P NICOLAUS GMBH, Köln

©+℗ 1975 by SONGBIRD

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
F 666 928 Häns'che Weiss Quintett Das Häns'che Weiss Quintet ‎(LP, Album) Songbird F 666 928 Germany 1975
1C 062-31 137 Häns'che Weiss Quintett Das Häns'che Weiss Quintet ‎(LP, Album) Songbird 1C 062-31 137 Germany Unknown