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Happy Weekend Everyone. Mr. YNGWIE MALMSTEEN playing incredibly classical prelude intro on "Black Star" song. "Black Star" is a song by one the king of neoclassical metal guitarists Yngwie Malmsteen, and appears on the album Rising Force (1984) and on the live album Trial By Fire: Live In Leningrad (1989). This track shows how Yngwie Malmsteen's music is classical done, and true music theory. "Black Star" shows off the many facets of Yngwie’s singular style. The opening guitar piece is a classical prelude (as one might expect) to the larger work. It is vaguely reminiscient of Bach’s “Bourree in Em,” with its ¾ rhythm and use of secondary dominant chords…The passage at the close of the guitar’s exposition is similar to the effect of the spiccatto (“bouncing bow”) classical violin technique. It is the first of many references to classical violin mannerisms…This is a diminished chord sequence, based on the classical relationship of C diminished; C D F A (chord) to B major in a Harmonic passage. There are probably three guitar tracks on "Black Star". It's a mind blowing masterpiece and considered one of the greatest guitar solos in the history of rock. “I’ve been playing 'Black Star,' or variations of it, since I was a teenager in Sweden,” Yngwie Malmsteen recently told his fan club. “I used to play really long, uninterrupted improvisations, I didn’t sit down and actually write out the notes for it; when I’m feeling inspired, the music just flows out of me. It’s in my head and my ears and flows out of my fingers". Yngwie has a deeply idiosyncratic technical and musical style, and it’s these quirks that make his playing so unique and instantly recognisable. 🎸❤ Follow : @hovig_guitar_ 👍🎸👊
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Our legendary guitar solo of the day is the solo performed in "ALWAYS WITH ME ALWAYS WITH YOU" by the legendary guitarist Mr. JOE SATRIANI. "Always With Me Always With You" is a song written by Joe Satriani and appears on his second studio album Surfing With The Alien. It was released on October 15, 1987, by Relativity Records. The album is one of Satriani's most successful to date and helped establish his reputation as a respected rock guitarist. Joe Satriani is known for many things: his inimitable legato technique, formidable guitar tutelage legacy, uncompromising approach to composition, those shades. But most of all, it’s 10 tracks and four words that both defined Satriani and shred guitar as a whole: Surfing With The Alien. Satriani wrote this instrumental as a love song for his wife, Rubina. This is a particularly interesting solo, its in the key of B. The song is at a fast 148 beats per minute and it’s in 3/4 time. Joe starts with B natural minor. You can hear him accent the minor 3rd of the Bm chord, bending up from the 2nd of the scale in that opening squeal - a very emotionally charged movement. Of course, there is also the use of slides and legato (hammer-ons, pull-offs) throughout to give the phrases more feelin. sounds so perfect because of how each note he accents is connected to the backing chord and it demonstrates just how rich and colorful the major scale can be made to sound. Enjoy🎸❤ Follow : @hovig_guitar_👍🎸👊
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