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i didnt know if i should havew put this in the pit or song and band whatever but...

what is the most fastest, shred-iest classical peice that you've heard of?
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i ment more like beethoven and bach and stuff. like the full orchestrated songs with flutes and trumpets and stuff lol
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... I guess a lot of paganini's caprice(s?) are pretty shreddy. (Violin if I remember correctly)
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#13
Firstly, they're not 'songs' unless they have singing in them (and it sounds like that's not what you're looking for), they're 'pieces' or 'works', depending on scale.

Pedantry over with...

If you want really fast stuff then you could listen to 'Winter' from Vivaldi's Four Seasons although that's not technically a full orchestra. Moonlight Sonata and Paganini's caprices are also good calls.

If you want big 'heavy' type stuff then I would recommend 'Symphonic Dances by Rachmaninoff - it isn't particularly fast but it's big and brash, you'll probably like it if you're into teh metulz. Now I think of it Rachmaninoff's piano music is pretty virtuosic you might like it.

That's some stuff to be getting on with.
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#14
yeah probably Paganinis 5th caprice easily. although there definetly are faster ones out there. but many are played at different tempos.
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#21
rage over a lost penny - beethoven
ein kleina nachtmusik(sp?) - 'zart
paganinis 5th and 24th i think
vivaldi too, though i can't remember anything. 4 seasons? no idea.
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Classical music sucks balls along with shred music.

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most of Joe Stump's stuff is pretty impressive


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most ignorant **** ever right there
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This!
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also op, if you're looking at older music for some inspiration, might wanna take a look at some jazz fusion and jazz dudes. learn crazy cycling phrases and junk.
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God you people are odd, look at my damn profile.

I'm a shred fanatic....jesus people learn to look deeper than the cover.

EDIT: In order to be helpful,

Look into some jazz-fusion stuff, like Guthrie Govan, Shawn Lane, and the like. Theyre some badass shredders. Jeff Loomis, Bumblefoot, Vai, these guys are some insane shredders. Heavy classical influence too.

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God you people are odd, look at my damn profile.

I'm a shred fanatic....jesus people learn to look deeper than the cover.
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i didn't feel like clicking to go to your profile. i figured you were just some douche trying to troll
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i didn't feel like clicking to go to your profile. i figured you were just some douche trying to troll




Really I was trolling, I got bored and figured I'd see what peoples responses were

I really do love classical and shred though.

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God you people are odd, look at my damn profile.

I'm a shred fanatic....jesus people learn to look deeper than the cover.

EDIT: In order to be helpful,

Look into some jazz-fusion stuff, like Guthrie Govan, Shawn Lane, and the like. Theyre some badass shredders. Jeff Loomis, Bumblefoot, Vai, these guys are some insane shredders. Heavy classical influence too.


As much as I hate comparisons between shredders and classical musicians, I would admit Yngwie has a bit of classical influence. But Loomis, Vai, and Thal? Vai and Thal have almost no classical influence and Loomis? Well let's just say sweeped arpeggios =/= classical influence.
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#35
Probably something Chris Broderick plays. He plays classical guitar pretty fast. I can't really name any of his songs as his style isn't really my thing, but check him out.
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As much as I hate comparisons between shredders and classical musicians, I would admit Yngwie has a bit of classical influence. But Loomis, Vai, and Thal? Vai and Thal have almost no classical influence and Loomis? Well let's just say sweeped arpeggios =/= classical influence.



Yngwie has very little "classical" influence. The harmonic minor scale doesn't mean classical music in any way, it wasn't even used that commonly, you can just get the cliche "classical sounding" licks out of it but not much else to sound classical there.
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As much as I hate comparisons between shredders and classical musicians, I would admit Yngwie has a bit of classical influence. But Loomis, Vai, and Thal? Vai and Thal have almost no classical influence and Loomis? Well let's just say sweeped arpeggios =/= classical influence.



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