#1
So, UG. I'm doing a long- term project for school (about different learning styles, how I'm improving as a learner, more IB program bul|****) and I'm writing a few songs. I just had a thought, and it went like this: "Hey, I wouldn't it be sort of cool to do a cover of a classical piece, kinda like what JerryC did with Canon in D?" Unfortunately for myself, I have an extremely limited collection of classical music and I can't think of another piece that would work well as an instrumental neo- classical shred piece.

So.. suggestions?

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I have really no idea which forum this would go in, so I just put it in the pit because there were 3 or so forums which it could fit in. If this is in the wrong place, I'll be happy to move it!

#2
Vivaldi's Summer maybe... or anything that is well known, such as Beethovens, Mozart, etc ...
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#3
Steve Vai has a version of movement 1 of Beethoven's 5th Symphony.
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#6
Turkish March by Mozart. I think Matt Rach did a version of it, it's on youtube somewhere under amadeus rock I think.
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#7
^Turkish March is a good one too.
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