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Robert Jürjendal

Robert Jürjendal
Country
Estonia
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Robert Jürjendal is an Estonian guitar player and composer. Trained as a classical guitarist, later studied Robert Fripp's Guitar Craft and learned to play loop music. He is a member of Weekend Guitar Trio, UMA, Fragile, and The Fragile Moment. He has worked with Riho Sibul, Tõnis Mägi, Siiri Sisask, David Rothenberg, Petri Kuljuntausta, and others.
Website
http://robertjyrjendal.com
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Releases on file (8)
Colin Edwin / Robert Jürjendal — Another World Colin Edwin / Robert Jürjendal — Another World
((Not on label) , 2018, CD)
Robert Jürjendal — Lihtminevik / Simple Past Robert Jürjendal — Lihtminevik / Simple Past
(Strangiato Records 2007.2, 2016, CD)
Robert Jürjendal — Valguse Palsam / Balm of Light Robert Jürjendal — Valguse Palsam / Balm of Light
(Iapetus IAP1503, 2015, CD)
Robert Jürjendal — Rõõmu Allikas / Source of Joy Robert Jürjendal — Rõõmu Allikas / Source of Joy
(Unsung UR020CD, 2013, CD)
Weekend Guitar Trio — Coca Inca Weekend Guitar Trio — Coca Inca
(Bandcamp no#, 2009, CD / DL)
This Fragile Moment — This Fragile Moment This Fragile Moment — This Fragile Moment
(Unsung UR012CD, 2009, CD)
Weekend Guitar Trio — Aim Weekend Guitar Trio — Aim
(Beg the Bug 211200-003, 2003, CD)
Weekend Guitar Trio — Animotion Weekend Guitar Trio — Animotion
(Beg the Bug 211200-001, 2001, CD)

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