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    Aleksandr Gedike - Little Piece No.17, Trinity Grade 4 Piano


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    I like how this is called "Little Piece No.17, Trinity Grade 4 Piano".
    I played in hard rock bands, rock show-bands, country and Caribbean island bands.
    In these bands, the guitarist plays solid chords and it's a matter of having or not having rhythm.
    Lead guitarists stop doing that and start playing leads, usually one note at a time.
    Learning the intro to a song by a progressive rock band, usually an acoustic thing,
    is as far as most guitarists get to anything classical.
    So yes, this is more complicated than anything I have ever played,
    but I still like my guitar playing the best.

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