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Classical Metal

Some classical music that might appeal to fans of heavy and/or technical stuff. Expecting abuse or indifference but whatever.
1Modest Mussorgsky
A Night on the Bare Mountain

doom, hell and chaos, play very loud
2Niccolo Paganini
Violin Concerto No. 4 in D minor, MS 60

Caprice No.5 - fans of technical solos will love this, if you hate the sound of a violin try and
imagine a guitarist playing this instead
3Richard Wagner

Siegried Funeral March - great slow gloomy number (if you've seen the movie Excalibur you've
heard this)
4Franz Schubert
String Quartet No.14 (Death and the Maiden)

some nice riffing
5Johann Sebastian Bach
Toccata and Fugue in D minor

Passcaglia and Fugue in C minor - play full volume, great bass line
6Igor Stravinsky
Le Sacre du printemps

Rite of Spring - crazy and tense
7George Frideric Handel
Concerti Grossi Op.6

Concerti grossi op6 no 10 - the master of baroque riffs
8Carl Orff
Carmina Burana

creeping menace
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