#1
So here's the deal:

I have an audition coming up for a music school. I have to play a piece, but it can't have a backing track. Obviously, I'm looking for something that sounds good by itself. However, I need some recommendations for impressive pieces. No metal please
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#3
Canon Rock!! jk, that would be cool and impressive though. Maybe something simple, but sounds kind of cool like Jessica by Allman Brothers.
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Canon Rock!! jk, that would be cool and impressive though. Maybe something simple, but sounds kind of cool like Jessica by Allman Brothers.



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Cliffs of Dover might be passable, but you'd have to have rock solid rhythm to play it.
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#6
well without knowing your style its hard to make a recommendation, but as far as selection goes, it really doesnt matter, as long as the peice is fairly difficult, they will be able to see your technique. I played an audition at a college because i was there and i could, my sophomore year of high school. played babe im gonna leave you (led zeppelin) and air and the g string (JS Bach) niether of which arrangements were difficult, and they accepted me. I geuss my point is that they are looking at how you play and what you can become, not what you play.
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