Kurt Rosenwinkel

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  • jazz
  • jazz guitar
  • guitar
  • contemporary jazz
  • fusion
Kurt Rosenwinkel (born October 28, 1970) is a jazz guitarist who came to prominence in the 1990s. His improvising style was initially influenced by guitarists such as Pat Metheny and John Scofield, but has emerged as an individual stylist whose lines are lengthy and linear, recalling the styles of Lennie Tristano in the 1940s and 50s. His chordal language is amongst the more advanced for a guitarist, touching on ideas from George Van Eps and Ben Monder.

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Songs

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    A Life Unfolds

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    A Shifting Design

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    All the Way to Rajasthan

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    An Hour Ago

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    Blue Line

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    Brooklyn Sometimes

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    Cake

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    Christmas Song

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    Cubism

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    dcba//>>

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    Deep Song

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    Dream of the Old

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    Dream/Memory?

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    Filters

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    Gesture

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    Grant

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    Heartcore

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    Hope and Fear

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    If I Should Lose You

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    Interlude

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    Love in the Modern World

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    Minor Blues

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    Number Ten

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    Our Secret World

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    Path of the Heart

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    Point of View

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    Synthetics

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    The Cloister

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    The Cross

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    The Enemies of Energy

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    The Next Step

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    The Polish Song

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    Thought About You

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    Tone Poem

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    Use of Light

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    Your Vision

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    Zhivago


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