Classical Music With Electric Guitar

classical music with electric guitar
    classical music
  • Serious or conventional music following long-established principles rather than a folk, jazz, or popular tradition
  • traditional genre of music conforming to an established form and appealing to critical interest and developed musical taste
  • (more specifically) Music written in the European tradition during a period lasting approximately from 1750 to 1830, when forms such as the symphony, concerto, and sonata were standardized
  • Classical music is the art music produced in, or rooted in, the traditions of Western liturgical and secular music, encompassing a broad period from roughly the 9th century to present times."Classical", The Oxford Concise Dictionary of Music, ed.
  • Usually signifying serious music intended for the concert hall, the term can also mean any kind of music with lasting value (hence, classical jazz, classical pop songs, etc.)
    electric guitar
  • A guitar with a built-in pickup or pickups that convert sound vibrations into electrical signals for amplification
  • An electric guitar is a guitar that uses the principle of electromagnetic induction to convert vibrations of its strings into electric signals. Since the generated signal is too weak to drive a loudspeaker, it is amplified before sending it to a loudspeaker.
  • a guitar whose sound is amplified by electrical means
  • "Electric Guitar" is the seventh single by the English electronic music band Fluke. Taken from the album, Six Wheels on My Wagon the track was released in many formats but did not generate the same amount of interest as the previous single, Slid.
classical music with electric guitar - Easy Classical
Easy Classical Electric Guitar Duets: Featuring music of Elgar, Grieg, Bach and others. In Standard Notation and Tablature.
Easy Classical Electric Guitar Duets: Featuring music of Elgar, Grieg, Bach and others. In Standard Notation and Tablature.
This collection features a selection of classical pieces by the world's most renowned composers: Antonio Vivaldi, Johannes Pachelbel, Johann Sebastian Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Richard Wagner, Johannes Brahms, Johann Strauss, Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Giuseppe Verdi, Edgar Grieg and Edward Elgar. For the beginnner Electric Guitar player, in both standard notation and tablature. Includes right & left hand fingerings. Includes: 1812 Overture A Little Night Music The Blue Danube Bridal Chorus Canon in D Dance of the Flowers Fur Elise Greensleeves In the Hall of the Mountain King Jesu, Joy Of Man Desiring La Donna e Mobile Land of Hope and Glory Lullaby Ode to Joy Spring - Four Seasons

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Electric Mary (35)
Electric Mary (35)
DEEP PURPLE Deep Purple will perform their full concert including their hits Smoke On The Water, Black Night, Hush, Highway Star, Woman From Tokyo & much more. Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice, Steve Morse & Don Airey return to rock the foundations! Since 2001, Deep Purple's keyboard wizard has been Don Airey (formerly from Ozzy Osbourne's band, Whitesnake & Rainbow) who joins a formidable line-up of rock legends. Special guests - Electric Mary. In-depth Biography Deep Purple survived a seemingly endless series of lineup changes and a dramatic mid-career shift from grandiose progressive rock to ear-shattering heavy metal to emerge as a true institution of the British hard rock community; once credited in the -Guinness Book of World Records as the globe's loudest band, their revolving-door roster launched the careers of performers including Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale, and Ian Gillan. Deep Purple was formed in Hertford, England, in 1968, with an inaugural lineup that featured guitarist Blackmore, vocalist Rod Evans, bassist Nick Simper, keyboardist Jon Lord, and drummer Ian Paice. Initially dubbed Roundabout, the group was first assembled as a session band for ex-Searchers drummer Chris Curtis but quickly went their own way, touring Scandinavia before beginning work on their debut LP, Shades of Deep Purple. The most pop-oriented release of their career, the album generated a Top Five American hit with its reading of Joe South's "Hush" but otherwise went unnoticed at home. The Book of Taliesyn followed (in the U.S. only) in 1969, again cracking the U.S. Top 40 with a cover of Neil Diamond's "Kentucky Woman." With their self-titled third LP, Deep Purple's ambitions grew, however; the songs reflecting a new complexity and density as Lord's classically influenced keyboards assumed a much greater focus. Soon after the album's release, their American label Tetragrammaton folded, and with the dismissals of Evans and Simper, the band started fresh, recruiting singer Ian Gillan and bassist Roger Glover from the ranks of the pop group Episode Six. The revamped Deep Purple's first album, 1970's Concerto for Group and Orchestra, further sought to fuse rock and classical music. When the project, which was recorded with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, was poorly received, Blackmore took creative control of the band, steering it towards a heavier, guitar-dominated approach which took full advantage of Gillan's powerful vocals. The gambit worked; 1970's Deep Purple in Rock heralded the beginning of the group's most creatively and commercially successful period. At home, the album sold over a million copies, with the subsequent non-LP single "Black Night" falling just shy of topping the U.K. pop charts. Released in 1971, Fireball was also a smash, scoring a hit with "Strange Kind of Woman." Plans to record the follow-up at the Casino in Montreux, Switzerland, were derailed after the venue burned down during a live appearance by Frank Zappa, but the experience inspired Deep Purple's most enduring hit, the AOR staple "Smoke on the Water." The song, featured on the multi-platinum classic Machine Head, reached the U.S. Top Five in mid-1972 and positioned Deep Purple among rock's elite; the band consolidated its status with the 1973 studio follow-up Who Do We Think We Are and the hit "Woman from Tokyo." However, long-simmering creative differences between Blackmore and Gillan pushed the latter out of the group that same year, with Glover soon exiting as well. Singer David Coverdale and bassist/singer Glenn Hughes were recruited for 1974's Burn, and Gillan meanwhile formed a band bearing his own name. After completing 1974's Stormbringer, Blackmore left Deep Purple as well, to form Rainbow with vocalist Ronnie James Dio; his replacement was ex-James Gang guitarist Tommy Bolin, who made his debut on Come Taste the Band. All the changes clearly took their toll, however, and following a farewell tour, the group dissolved in 1976. Coverdale, meanwhile, went on to form Whitesnake, and Bolin died of a drug overdose later in the year. The classic lineup of Blackmore, Gillan, Lord, Glover, and Paice reunited Deep Purple in 1984 for a new album, the platinum smash Perfect Strangers. The House of Blue Light followed three years later, but as past tensions resurfaced, Gillan again exited in mid-1989. Onetime Rainbow vocalist Joe Lynn Turner was recruited for 1990's Slaves and Masters before Gillan again rejoined to record The Battle Rages On..., an apt title as Blackmore quit the group midway through the supporting tour, to be temporarily replaced by Joe Satriani. In 1994, Steve Morse took over the guitar slot (fresh from a stint in Kansas), and the revitalized group returned to the studio for 1996's Purpendicular, which proved a success among the Purple faithful. 1998's Abandon followed, as well as a 1999 orchestral performance released the follo
Can you see a face? With the mouth open??? I'm a genius!
Can you see a face? With the mouth open??? I'm a genius!
When Frank O. Gehry met with co-founders Paul Allen and Jody Patton, he was introduced to their drive and passion to share the creative inspiration of music with others. To design the building, Gehry looked to music for his inspiration. A classical music fan, Gehry wanted to understand rock 'n' roll so he traded in his Bach for Hendrix and took a trip to the neighborhood guitar store. Gehry bought several electric guitars, took them back to his office and cut them into pieces. The guitar pieces were the building blocks for an early model design. Influenced by the colors in the early model, Gehry's final design brightly displays the red and blue hues of electric guitars.

classical music with electric guitar
classical music with electric guitar
Cordoba C7-CE Acoustic Electric Classical Guitar, SP/IN
The C7-CE features a solid Canadian Cedar or European Spruce top and Indian Rosewood back and sides. The top is braced with a 7 fan Torres style bracing system for a warm and resonant sound. The neck is made of lightweight Cedar, and the fingerboard is Rosewood. As a full size traditional Spanish guitar, the scale length is 650mm (25.6 inches), and fingerboard width at the nut is slightly thinner than standard at 50mm (1.96 inches). The Fishman Presys Blend pickup offers both an under saddle piezo and an internal microphone with the option to blend both together for a warm, natural tone. It also features an onboard digital tuner, 4 band EQ, and phase switch. Other details include an all rosewood binding with a maple and ebony inlaid purfling, rosewood bridge with bone saddle and rosewood & bone inlaid tie block, rosewood headstock veneer, and heel cap. The burgundy ring and mosaic rosette has been inlaid by hand is made using all natural woods. The gold tuning machines are floral engraved with black accents and ebonized buttons. A Cordoba padded gig bag with shoulder straps is included.