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Neo Classical Caprice No. 24

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Dec 17, 2009 | 8:16 AM EST
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Song
7.5 MB
5 min 29 sec
Score
4.32 / 5.00

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Rated 4.32 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - Classic Rock
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Author Comments

Nicolo Paginini's Caprice no 24 has 12 variations of its theme. It's originally written for Solo violin. In this track, I used the Electric Guitar as the solo instrument and accompany it by a modern rock band.

Nicolo Paganini is one of my fave classical composer. His skill in playing the violin is the same as his skill in playing the guitar. And his melodies are timeless, this track is the proof that one can use it even in modern instrument such as The Electric Guitar.

I enjoyed doing this Arrangement. I hope you like it! Thank you very much!

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HighBallersHighBallers

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I love these neoclassical songs. The arrangement is sick and very erratic. Entertaining song I must say. Just the guitar work is a lil sloppy.....it could use some tighting up. well i i also just noticed this song is submitted in 09, so thats probably already handled with.



FalloffenixFalloffenix

Rated 5 / 5 stars

:) Fantastico!

Esta me gusta mucho!! Me suena como Malmsteen. Bien hecho.


masheenH3ad responds:

Muchas Gracias!


stiltoncheesstiltonchees

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice

Nicolo Paginini? Isn't that one of Yngwie Malmsteen's main influences also? Well like Yngwie, nice sweeping technique. Well I haven't read the reviews, but I guess you probably have already gotten a lot of mention of the name. If you haven't heard of Yngwie (however unlikely that is) you should check him out.



kiwipuffkiwipuff

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing

For some reason I pictured a half-rotted suited man playing guitar in this song. He is getting funky in the middle of an abandoned library, and no one is around.


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masheenH3ad responds:

Cool! Thanks for the thought!


Darkmaster603Darkmaster603

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great

Is this real guitar playing? If so you have some nice skills. This is played very cleanly, good job. I remember when I played electric guitar I'd play stuff like this all the time. My guitar teacher actually taught me this piece a few years ago, so I know how hard it can be to play. Now I stick to the classical guitar version.

Great job, you need a better drum sound though.


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masheenH3ad responds:

Caprice no. 24 will always be a part of my Classical Guitar repertoire. I always play this piece using my Classical Guitar. As a matter of fact I played this for my Graduation recital. I Attended a lot of master classes just to play it right and convincing. ^^

It just came to me that it is a good idea to use an electric guitar with a rock band accompaniment for a change. Thanks for giving some of your time to give my track a great review.