Solid S/hit
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#1
So I was watching a video of his and I really need some help can anyone tell me the piece he starts playing at 3:17?
I'd really like to know, thank you.
DrPooh
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#3
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#5
that entire thing is "No Boundries" i think
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Solid S/hit
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#6
I thought it something he added in from a classical piece, I've heard before I believe. Sounds extremely good.
rky
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#8
the second bit, from 3:30 onwards, is a variation on paganini's fifth caprice (played rather sloppily, which i find pretty shocking for MAB )iono about 3:17-3:30 though
Tapping_Ninja
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#9
Well his style is based off dead conposers music... So yes you probably have heard a lot of his stuff already...
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Mayano
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#10
The first half is an original melody played over the progression from Paganini's 24th caprice, and the second half is a variation of his 5th caprice.
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