Heavy Neoclásico

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  • #12706


    Buddy
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    Por cierto, que el tío este es ahora el guitarrista de Rob Rock, tanto en solitario como en el proyecto de Fires of Babylon (que no sé en que se diferencia de su carrera como solista) Al final muchos de los grupos en los que ha estado Rob Rock tienen cierto regusto neoclásico aunque igual el sonido sea más heavy.

  • #12708


    cliff burton
    Participante

    desde la ignorancia, por qué neoclásico y no clásico (supongo que para diferenciarlo de un supuesto heavy clásico)?

  • #12752


    Juanfran
    Participante

    Ahora falta Joeymes para explicar por qué lo de neoclásico es una mierda.

    See ya

  • #13266


    cliff burton
    Participante

    desde la ignorancia, por qué neoclásico y no clásico (supongo que para diferenciarlo de un supuesto heavy clásico)?

    no?

    nadie?

  • #13489


    Buddy
    Participante

    Yo he encontrado esto:

    [b]Naming controversy[/b]

    The use of the term «Neoclassical» to this characteristic genre of Metal has been generating enduring polemics. The western music traditionally entitled «Classical», in contrast to the so-called «Popular» music- which is generally defined as an spontaneous popular manifestation of music- spans from a period roughly consisting from the Low Middle Ages to our days. Inside this genre, exists a period called the Classical Period, which happened after the Baroque and before the Romantism. Neoclassicism in music is a 20th century approach, by modern composers, to bring some of the aesthetic ideals from the Classical Period, which is marked by simplicity, «clean» harmony, and formalism. In a similar fashion Neoclassical art and architecture recovers the ideals of proportions and equilibrium- which have originated in Ancient Greece- as synonyms of supreme beauty. Neoclassical Metal, however, uses the word «Neoclassical» in a complete different way, covering the whole Western Classical Music. This is also the subject of another controversy, as such labelling supposed that the production of Classical Music has ceased today, while this is not true.

    https://sites.google.com/a/feherfarkas.com/www/neo-classicalmetal

  • #13549


    Roy
    Participante

    las guitarras virtuosas, los teclados, y las melodias basadas en la musica clasica

    Red Sharks!

  • #13552


    cliff burton
    Participante

    Yo he encontrado esto:

    [quote]Naming controversy

    The use of the term «Neoclassical» to this characteristic genre of Metal has been generating enduring polemics. The western music traditionally entitled «Classical», in contrast to the so-called «Popular» music- which is generally defined as an spontaneous popular manifestation of music- spans from a period roughly consisting from the Low Middle Ages to our days. Inside this genre, exists a period called the Classical Period, which happened after the Baroque and before the Romantism. Neoclassicism in music is a 20th century approach, by modern composers, to bring some of the aesthetic ideals from the Classical Period, which is marked by simplicity, «clean» harmony, and formalism. In a similar fashion Neoclassical art and architecture recovers the ideals of proportions and equilibrium- which have originated in Ancient Greece- as synonyms of supreme beauty. Neoclassical Metal, however, uses the word «Neoclassical» in a complete different way, covering the whole Western Classical Music. This is also the subject of another controversy, as such labelling supposed that the production of Classical Music has ceased today, while this is not true.

    https://sites.google.com/a/feherfarkas.com/www/neo-classicalmetal

    [/quote]

    coño, gracias, porque lo de guitarras virtuosas y teclados no me explicaba nada.

  • #13560


    Roy
    Participante

    joder nunca has escuchado Malmsteen?? pues so mismo

    Red Sharks!

  • #13568


    cliff burton
    Participante

    joder nunca has escuchado Malmsteen?? pues so mismo

    es que no preguntaba a qué se le consideraba heavy neoclásico (sic), sino por qué neoclásico como etiqueta.

  • #13571


    Buddy
    Participante

    Otra banda de neoclásico sería Ring Of Fire.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRqx59jNWlM

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