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Shredding Styles Author: German Schauss Instrument: Guitar Format: You May Also Like. John Petrucci: German Schauss's Serious Shred: Complete Rock Guitar Method: The Complete Fingerstyle Guitar Method: So what is the role of the performer? Ultimately performers communicate the intentions of the composer to the listener regardless of whether their interpretation is right or wrong.
The interpretation is what is in question, rather than the performer itself. Also how are we to interpret the intentions of the composer particularly if we can not refer to their intentions? These intentions also change for a number of reasons.
Finally the needs of the reception also drive the performance, its practices and the composition. In other words the listener or audience has become the new patron for the performer and composer and their demands also have influence on the communication process.
In the western art tradition this has become the score. This therefore, is in flux like a performance and its interpretation.
So when a composer commits their intentions to a score they are in turn bound by the same constraints that a 3 The Joy of Music, p. Nigel Sanders M Page 3 performer is bound, namely, that of music theory. This prescribes a set of rules for which music is communicated on the score.
These constraints also represent social behaviours and interpretations. Therefore, music theory informs performance and performers whilst composition is informed by music theory.
This highlights the mode of communication through the score and its boundaries of music theory. So if we are to consider the intentions of the composer the performer needs to learn and understand the meaning of the score and its theory in the same way that the composer has.
Crucially then both need to be schooled in the same way and both need to understand what the score is saying. Also they both need to understand the style and form in which the piece has been composed.
The problem with understanding score and its pedagogy is that there are limitations in the system. As with all modes of language and its meaning semantics there are always ambiguities in which the intentions are not clear.
If this is the case then reference to the composer would be necessary, however, this is the problem. This is not always possible as the composer may be dead or unobtainable. How can the performer then, truly interpret the intentions without access to the composer? The score is certainly the main form of communication but not perfect. The former is prescriptive, like instrumental tablature, the latter descriptive, like pure staff notation. Does this mean therefore, that it is open to interpretation because if it were prescriptive then the notation would state that it is one way only?
Analysis, as the following example shows, can reveal performance practices that the composer intended in which the score does not reveal straight away. I have seen ensembles sigh with relief at this discovery in rehearsal, as the opening harp arpeggio becomes redolent of a graceful baroque flourish, not a dirge. If we are too look at the changing intentions of composers then further undetermined answers are sought.
The point, however, is that, given the analytical theory applied to.. His annotated score, we can say more or less objectively that…. In discussing the final point, in the role of the performer, how does the reception and the listener influence what the performer plays. As the new patron of music since the start of concert hall traditions in the nineteenth century, the listener or rather audience has had much influence on what is performed and the practices related to it.
Public opinion is therefore, important in deciding on repertoire for concert hall performance and ultimately what performers have to analyse and interpret. Differences also occur here because of performance traditions and styles.
Culturally based dialect and language also shapes performance and its interpretation. I myself am a big fan of metal music, Brett knows this and is able to help me understand theory a lot better by showing me ways to apply it to the kind of music I enjoy and ultimately make my music a lot better and more interesting.
All in all if you need a guitar instructor look no further than Brett because he's the best you're gonna get. He actually listens to me and develops a lesson dealing with what I want to learn, not what he thinks I should learn, in a clear and understandable fashion. His passion comes out in his caring about you learning to be a better guitar player in a friendly and supportive manner.
He has answered every question I have had in a clear and understandable way.
He is a very accomplished musician and composer, I say that because he is much more than your ordinary guitar instructor. He's helped me to raise my skill level on guitar from a frustrated mid-level beginner been "playing" for about 15 years on and off before that to a confident advanced intermediate guitarist.
Again I say guitarist v. There have been some sessions where we would talk almost exclusively about theory and scales and keys, etc for almost the whole session.
And that's one of Brett's strongest attributes, his ability to communicate abstract concepts and theories in a very easy to understand, digestable way. One of his biggest mantra's is take things in small blocks, master it, then move on.