Symphony X - Egypt, The ending piano solo?
Jakub Luptovec
Oct 4 2008, 09:57 AM
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So.. i finally decided, that guitar is not enough for me and I am ordering a keyboard. The two things that convinced me are:

Marcus Lavendell (hey.. I want to be a bit like him an he plays piano too:P And his Sospiro cover was greatness..)

and second is the piano solo at the end of Symphony X egypt (Stars at 6:30). LINK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UppLCUfLKBA

What I am wondering is, if Pinella wrote it himself, or it is some classical piece?




And btw. is there some good program, similiar to guitar pro for piano? Or will GP suffice?

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Oct 4 2008, 10:05 AM
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I just started to play piano too . I played piano in one year some years ago, but i didn't practice too much, and i surelyy don't remember one bit. But recently i started of by taking the intro of "Unforgiven 3" by metallica on ear, and then it just boomed of. Have you heard the piano solo in Dream Theater's "dance of eternity"? Amazing! Link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jiyZgXF1CDY...feature=related

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Jakub Luptovec
Oct 4 2008, 10:28 AM
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Well.. this is like from western movie biggrin.gif Not saying, that its bad, but I just prefer the classical piano in Egypt tongue.gif

And this one is IMO much harder as well biggrin.gif

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Marcus Lavendell
Oct 4 2008, 11:25 AM
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Thanks Jakub smile.gif

QUOTE (Jakub Luptovec @ Oct 4 2008, 10:57 AM) *
What I am wondering is, if Pinella wrote it himself, or it is some classical piece?

I love that part as well.
I'm pretty sure Pinella wrote it himself (well, Romeo probably had a finger in there too)

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Canis
Oct 4 2008, 09:06 PM
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Ooh, this reminds me that I was gonna order a keyboard as well! I've been dying to learn Sonata Arctica - Tallulah..
I'll definetly learn the outro of this one too biggrin.gif

Thanks for sharing =)

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this is an awesome song. I love this album. The most powerful riff on this album is the intro of "Fallen" with keyboard melody in the background. I am always impressed with these guys creativity.

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QUOTE (Emir Hot @ Oct 4 2008, 04:09 PM) *
this is an awesome song. I love this album. The most powerful riff on this album is the intro of "Fallen" with keyboard melody in the background. I am always impressed with these guys creativity.

Fallen is my favorite song of the V album

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Lian Gerbino
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yeah! that solo piano is killer!!!

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Jakub Luptovec
Oct 8 2008, 07:01 PM
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And from piano players perspective - question for any piano/keyboard player - how difficult it looks? Now for me, it seems impossible to play it..

but I have experiences from guitar and after one year of practicing, nothing seems unplayable for me with aproperiate training smile.gif Is piano much harder than guitar?

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Jose Mena
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Like you said everything is possible, is a matter of practicing, Piano and Guitar are easy to learn, I don't think it is harder, but I wouldn't expect to have it done in a couple of weeks, if you just started with Piano

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Piano is easier to visualize than on guitar,its very easy to see the scales and arps in their octave groupings up the keyboard with the black keys there!I have an fully weighted 88 key synth in my music room that I play a bit on but I love to play guitar more!

Great thing about keyboards is the tuning is rock solid,and there are no strings to change.wish I had more time to play keys but I dont

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Ramiro Delforte
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To write down all piano parts I don't recommend the guitar pro. I use Sibelius or Finale, but it could be done in Cakawalk/Sonar.
The solo by Pinnella I'm pretty shure that he improvised or could be part composed but is not a classical composition, just have that flow.

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