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The 21sy Century (Electric Violin) - The Great Kat - Beethoven On Speed (CD, Album)

She favors leather, fishnets, and other dominatrix-inspired garb, and her signature talent is the ability to 'shred' the electric guitar. She's a Juilliard-trained violinist, but she's declared classical music 'dead. The station is centered around the fleet fingers and virtuoso fretwork of wizards like The Great Kat.

She does not just play Beethoven: she considers herself Beethoven reincarnated. In a male-dominated field, heavy metal, she is virtuosic, transgressive, and aggressive. Beethoven Shreds CD. Regarded as one of the greatest extreme shred albums of all time. Not only is this track stupidly difficult to play on the violin due to its use of chromatic sixteenth notes, to attempt this on guitar, at speed and execute it well, takes incredible talent and fingering precision.

Kat does so, and this is probably due to her multi instrument virtuosity and her knowledge of classical music in general. Kats virtuosity knows no bounds and this is in part to her graduating from Juilliard. There are many guitarists and musicians who could learn a lot from this woman and her shredding technique.

Beethoven Shreds. Her shredding is exceptional. But then Katherine discovered heavy metal, picked up an electric guitar, and changed her name to The Great Kat. With blistering speed and impressive metal chops, The Great Kat has injected classical music with "cyberspeed," bringing it into the 20th Century.

We asked the Great Kat for an interview and, by God, we got one. It's as much an infomercial as it is an interview but, hey, that's half the fun. Rough Edge : When you were playing classical music, did you ever feel complete? Or did you always think there was something more you wanted to reach for? Rough Edge: According to your bio, at one point you realized that classical music is dead.

Tell us about that moment. Rough Edge: Why the jump from classical all the way to heavy metal? The Great Kat performs all violins, viola, guitars and conducts. Violin AND guitar virtuosity performed at unbelievable speeds. Special Offers On Offer Awards Award Winners View full details Read reviews Listen to samples. The journey is vividly delineated from the outset of the Berg. With Abbado drawing sonorities from his first-rate orchestra, Usually despatched in 3 - 4 working days.

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8 thoughts on “The 21sy Century (Electric Violin) - The Great Kat - Beethoven On Speed (CD, Album)”

  1. Shasho says:
    The 21sy Century (Electric Violin) Opus Two: Beethoven Mosh (5th Symphony) Written-By – Ludwig van Beethoven, The Great Kat: Gripping Obsession Written-By – The Great Kat: Paganini's 24th Caprice Written-By – Niccolò Paganini, The Great Kat: Worshipping Bodies Written-By – The Great Kat.
  2. Yodal says:
    Sep 10,  · The 21st Century (Electric Violin) Violin [Electric Violin], Music By – The Great Kat: Opus Two: Beethoven Mosh (5th Symphony) Music By – The Great Kat Written-By – Ludwig van Beethoven: Gripping Obsession Music By, Lyrics By – The Great Kat: Paganini's 24th Caprice Music By – The Great Kat Written-By /5(11).
  3. Gohn says:
    Beethoven On Speed is actually a good album, regardless of whether Kat is the Beethoven of the 20th century or not. Her guitar skills are good even if somewhat overrated, not only by herself. Although as fast as Yngwie Malmsteen and Vinnie Moore, she doesn't hit the notes quite as accurately. But nevermind, this is a fun (but short - 30 mins /5(17).
  4. Shajin says:
    Feb 09,  · The Beethoven is most certainly on speed, and the vocal tracks are rather evil sounding with Mrs. Kat spewing out the vocals. Not great by any sense of the imagination, but it was worth the buck just for the shock of the whole thing. Note: this came out originally on LP and cassette in on Roadracer records/5(9).
  5. Yolkis says:
    Mar 04,  · Beethoven On Speed is actually a good album, regardless of whether Kat is the Beethoven of the 20th century or not. Her guitar skills are good even if somewhat overrated, not only by herself. Although as fast as Yngwie Malmsteen and Vinnie Moore, she doesn't hit the notes quite as accurately. But nevermind, this is a fun (but short - 30 mins /5(17).
  6. Yozshuktilar says:
    16 Songs, 32 Minutes Released: Sep 18, ℗ Roadrunner Records. B.V. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.
  7. Vibar says:
    Play full-length songs from Beethoven On Speed by The Great Kat on your phone, computer and home audio system with Napster. An album by The Great Kat on Napster (Acoustic Violin) / The 21st Century (Electric Violin) Play Beethoven Mosh (Beethoven's 5th Symphony in C Minor) Play Gripping Obsession. Play.
  8. Nagore says:
    album. Beethoven On Speed [Explicit] The Great Kat. 16 Titres (32 minutes) Sorti le 18 septembre Mes titres; (Acoustic Violin) / The 21st Century [Electric Violin] The Great Kat: Beethoven Mosh (Beethoven's 5th Symphony in C Minor) The Great Kat: Gripping Obsession.

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