Belgian Jazz Legend Django Reinhardt Performs 'Stardust'

Belgian born gypsy Jean 'Django' Reinhardt performs the Hoagy Carmichael jazz classic 'Stardust'.

Reinhardt died young, just 43, and is remembered not just for his amazing talent, but also because of the fact that he lost the full use of his fingers following a horrific accident in a fire in 1928. Despite this disability, he went on to become one of the greatest of jazz legends.

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