Me too. And downtuning makes it a different song.I am against downtuning. Downtuned live songs that I know well from the album sound odd to me.
Me too. And downtuning makes it a different song.
Johann Sebastians Bachs Minuet in G Minor for example wouldn't be Minuet in G Minor any longer if downtuned, but Minuet in F# Minor. Or Minuet in F Minor. But the composer wanted it G minor.
100%.So there are two songs by Iron Maiden called Lord Of The Flies then, right? One was released in 1995 on TXF in F# minor, while the other was released in 2005 on DOTR in E minor.
Excuse the sarcasm, but it's pretty silly to compare classical composing and naming conventions with Heavy Metal songs. Let's not forget that classical pieces change keys quite often and don't remain in the same key for the entire duration. Beethoven's Fifth, also known as Symphony No. 5 in C minor has sections in C major and Ab major. Also, since adopting equal temperament, the difference between keys has drastically diminished. Unless someone's got perfect pitch, it's very unlikely that they'd be able to tell if Maiden were to play in Eb standard or E standard live. I'm absolutely convinced that 95% of the audience wouldn't even realize. And I'm talking about being in the arena, not analyzing the video on YouTube afterwards.
I was wondering about the same thing, and this mornig I got an Email by them that the Ticket had been sent out just today. So you should have yours soon.I have ticket to the first show in Krakow. So you have any idea when Ticketmaster will post the tickets, since I couldn't buy eTicket?
I took that videoAlso, another thing I remembered: Right after TWOTW released there was a video from one of Bruce's one man shows. For the a cappella section he decided to sing the new song. What's hilarious to me is that he started singing it, realized mid-line how freaking high that was and that he wasn't properly warmed up/had talked a lot by that point, so he immediately changed keys and transposed it a bit to a more comfortable range. Just throwing that out there