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Classical pieces in Symphony X's work...

Discussion in 'Symphony X (Unofficial)' started by MorphineChild205, Mar 16, 2006.

  1. MorphineChild205

    MorphineChild205 Lt. Horatio Caine

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    I'm doing a presentation on the correlation between European classical music (such as Bach, Beethoven, and Mozart) and Symphony X, and I need a list of the classical pieces in Symphony X's compositions and who originally composed them. I know Luis posted them on here before, but I can't seem to locate them.

    I also get to play some Symphony X in my presentation. Does anyone have any ideas on what original sections of Symphony X songs would be the best to present? I will be using some of the sections written by the classical composers, but I would also like to play some classically-inspired sections written by MJR and the rest of the band.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Luis

    Luis Mortal With Immortal Mind

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    You should just insert that link in your sig, it would be really useful.
    And I think Dressed to Kill from 3:32 to 4:01 would be a great example, if not the best example to prove the connection between Euro composers and SX. :headbang:
     
  4. wchuck

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    You could play the beginning of "Masquerade" or "Sonata" or maybe even "The Damnation Game"!

    And as inspired things, you could play are e.g.: "Transcendence", "On the Breath of Poseidon" or "The Odyssey".

    Good luck btw!!
     
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