#1
Or any other composer like him?

&& When I say covers I mean like with high gain leads, not like exact covers lol

I'm really getting into that kinda stuff, and I could see that sounding amazing

thanks in advance.
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#2
I think Children of Bodom has done some work with one of his songs, not entirely sure though.
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#4
I'm looking more for bands that only do that kinda stuff =\

Oh well.. looks like I may have to start my own classical band lol :P
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I think Yngwie has something, dont remember the name though

he has a song called vivaldi guitar
#7
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I'm looking more for bands that only do that kinda stuff =\

Oh well.. looks like I may have to start my own classical band lol :P

just check out any neo classical players
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Michael Angelo

there are a ton of them, lot of unknowns too, just look around
#9
the powermetal band "At Vance" does an instrumental song called 'Vivaldi Winter' or something like that... You should check that song out. You should check out At Vance anyway so...
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^XD


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Quote by FNAFJ
Or any other composer like him?

&& When I say covers I mean like with high gain leads, not like exact covers lol

I'm really getting into that kinda stuff, and I could see that sounding amazing

thanks in advance.



This is exactly what you're looking for, according to your post. Uli Jon Roth doing Vivaldi's Four Seasons. Highly recommended.

http://www.amazon.com/Metamorphosis-Uli-Jon-Roth/dp/B0000D96OB/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1203756995&sr=8-1
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Uli Jon Roth - Metamorphosis of Vivaldi's Four Seasons (with Sky Orchestra)
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This is exactly what you're looking for, according to your post. Uli Jon Roth doing Vivaldi's Four Seasons. Highly recommended.

http://www.amazon.com/Metamorphosis-Uli-Jon-Roth/dp/B0000D96OB/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1203756995&sr=8-1


Exactly what I was about to say.... COuldnt get much closer then what you asked for TS.
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#17
My only complaint with that cd recommended as the only change is from violin to electric guitar while everything else is the same. No Bass, Drums, or Keyboard.
#20
I've always thought that one or two-guitar covers of pieces that were written for entire orchestras were a bit arrogant.

But that's just me.
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#21
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I've always thought that one or two-guitar covers of pieces that were written for entire orchestras were a bit arrogant.

But that's just me.

ironic isn't it, cause most were composed on a single instrument
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http://youtube.com/watch?v=eZspGWM-aWs

You might like this too. It's the guys from Children of Bodom doing some of Vivaldi's Summer.


You're a bit late on that one...
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#24
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ironic isn't it, cause most were composed on a single instrument


... or not composed on an instrument at all, but rather in the composer's head; often to be performed by upwards of fifty players. I fail to see your point.
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#25
Quote by bucky_2300
I fail to see your point.

your belief that somehow arranging it for a single instrument lessens it's prowess