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The Kurt Rosenwinkel Forum » Tag: spirituality - Recent Posts http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ The Kurt Rosenwinkel Forum » Tag: spirituality - Recent Posts en Sat, 30 Jul 2016 13:01:40 +0000 Melodic Dreamer on "Where Does Music Come From" http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/topic/where-does-music-come-from#post-14190
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Melodic Dreamer 14190@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p><blockquote>God who created the Universe and everything in it. A metaphorical fire, it is a gift to share and commune with God and our fellow man. At the last supper, before Jesus would die on the cross: "And when they had sung an hymn, they went out into the mount of Olives." Matthew 26:30 Music is communal and a source of peace. </blockquote></p> <p>Jazzman, I try to stay away from talking about anything religious on a music forum, but a question like this will have many answers that come from very personal places based on various beliefs. Personally I, like you come from a Christian world view and would agree that music is a gift of God who created it. As with the rest of my life, my music is inspired by everything around me. The key is to be true to that. So many of us get caught up trying to imitate other players that we forget to be true to our experiences and our story. My music is a glimpse into my world, through my eyes and my ears summarizing a moment, feeling, fear, mystery, problem or expression through sound and story telling. It is not all encompassing, but ever changing just as I am. </p>
jazznan on "Where Does Music Come From" http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/topic/where-does-music-come-from#post-14185
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jazznan 14185@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>God who created the Universe and everything in it. A metaphorical fire, it is a gift to share and commune with God and our fellow man. At the last supper, before Jesus would die on the cross: "And when they had sung an hymn, they went out into the mount of Olives." Matthew 26:30 Music is communal and a source of peace. </p>
sellelos on "Where Does Music Come From" http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/topic/where-does-music-come-from#post-14184
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sellelos 14184@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>Before I begin I know that this question can be answered by listening to music and formulating your own opinion. But a discussion would be wonderful for this topic and I haven't seen a conversation like this on the internet in a while.</p> <p>A lot of people talk about playing from the heart and soul etc. That explanation has always seemed to scratch a shallow surface of this monumental discussion. The feelings and musical sense each person plays with are extremely personal, but I think they can be explained. So, fellow musicians. </p> <p>Where do <em>you </em>think music comes from? Life experiences? Personal outlooks on life? An innate quality respective to each individual? Space? The earth? Simply hard work and dedication, like how a miner continues to dig until he or she finds gold? Drugs? Love of the craft? </p> <p>For me, so much of it is the mood I am in. The more concentrated and calm I am the quicker I can tap into whatever lets me make enjoyable melodies. I feel I am only at the surface though, "the warm up". It seems like being concentrated and calm should always be with you and then you can hop into the musical realm. </p> <p>Been thinking a lot about this lately after listening to Kurt, Mark Guiliana, Eric Harland, Coltrane, Bill Evans, and Monk. Each make such perplexingly beautiful music and it's all so individual. Beautiful and individual. Where does it all come from?</p> <p>I know this post is difficult to talk about, but I would love to hear from anyone on where they go to mentally to get their music out of them. </p> <p>Thank you and take care. </p>
david6strings on "The life and growth of a Musician - question directed to Kurt and everyone" http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/topic/the-life-and-growth-of-a-musician-question-directed-to-kurt-and-everyone#post-3958
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david6strings 3958@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>one beautiful thing a friend of mine said once is: you reach the goal for a musician the first day you get the instrument.<br /> so for everybody who once wanted to be pat metheny, as i did, is a good sentece in order to discovery what is fake and what is true when we think about walking the whole life path of being a musician. </p>
Basile865 on "The life and growth of a Musician - question directed to Kurt and everyone" http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/topic/the-life-and-growth-of-a-musician-question-directed-to-kurt-and-everyone#post-3946
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Basile865 3946@http://www.kurtrosenwinkel.com/forum/ <p>The concept of growing to a certain high level of musicianship, virtuosity; &quot;genius&quot; is a path I&#39;m trying to understand greater. </p> <p>Part of the beauty of this is the fact that theres no &quot;secret&quot; in a certain light. You literally just have to listen, focus, and practice - rinse and repeat. A friend told me about a John Scofield interview in which he said something to the extent of &quot;anybody can be a virtuoso if they put in 10,000 hours.&quot; I believe it.</p> <p>But what I also want to touch on is the spiritual side of it.......you guys know how you can have a night where &quot;the cosmos align&quot; and everything is mind blowing, your hair stands on end. etc etc. Then we have the nights where we just can&#39;t get it together. </p> <p>My guess is that the people that really know themselves and have a healthy mindset can tap into the zone, or sweet spot, whatever you want to call it and have the &quot;cosmos aligning&quot; effect more often then the average musician. </p> <p>The question directed to Kurt and everyone else is how do you get to that place? A thought I had was just leading an enriched life outside of music itself - which seems to make the practice sessions more fruitful for myself. I&#39;m trying to understand the most effective way to grow and I think we, as musicians, are constantly trying this. </p> <p>I&#39;m open to anything including religion/spirituality comments; I know some forums have rules to keep away from religion and politics as it usually leads to online battles haha, but I think we&#39;re all coming from pretty similar places being that we&#39;re on Kurt&#39;s forum and on the quest to bettering ourselves musically, striving to reach levels of people like Kurt himself.</p> <p>If you do read this Kurt - on a side note - I&#39;m working to get you down to the south east man - I&#39;m in NC and have talked with your management about trying to get something together - I know theres less of a market down here for modern jazz. But its my hope just to have a conversation with you in person one day man. Anyhow thats all for now - I&#39;m excited to see the responses. Thanks everyone.</p> <p>-Rob </p>