#1
I want to know what specific style is the song Dee, by Randy Rhoads.
I know it's classical guitar, or just classical, but is there another name for it?

And also, I want to know how to compose classical like that. What scales, and all that stuff.

Thanks!!
#2
Well you sure aren't gonna learn classical composition on an internet forum in ten minutes. It takes years of studying theory.
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#4
Justice_fish, you really can't start with no musical theory and go, I know I'll compose a classical piece, read some books on musical theory and start composing some simple melodys, you could use ternary form to compose a simple piece, start with 1 tune, then after playing it said times you change the tune, you could change the key, make it minor or something. and play a different melody. Then after that play the origianal piece. That's a crash course in ternary form but you should really spend at least a month studying musical theory and different styles of composition
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#6
Hmm..I composed some songs with little theory knowledge. They're not that good - but not terrible either.

If you know your basic scales, chord progressions, simple chord construction, expressions, voicings, and timing, you should be set for a small composition.

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