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The Count of Tuscany by Dream Theater - Full Piano Cover/Arrangement/Version by Vikram Shankar

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Me playing the absolute epic "The Count of Tuscany" by Dream Theater on solo piano.
Apologies for the too-quiet sound, my mic was being weird, but I decided to upload this take anyways. And also apologies for the overly cautious playing, in the playing of an eighteen minute odyssey like this I didn't want to make a slip
up and have to do it all over again, lol.
Anywho, please watch and enjoy! And remember to turn your volume up 'cause it'll sound better!
Like, comment, rate, subscribe, and such! And if you think it's REALLY good, then I would really appreciate it if you would share it with your friends/anyone who would be interested! Thank you!

My personal/"solo group" pages:
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My progressive rock/metal group:
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^Our third album, 'The Edge of Eternity', is available NOW on iTunes! We've opened for Dream Theater multiple times and have played shows with Kamelot, Nightwish, Epica, Sonata Arctica, and Rhapsody of Fire, among others.
My piano/vocals project:
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^A thing my girlfriend and I do together. I happen to really proud of the stuff we've put out, super ambient stuff. Makes for very relaxing night listening, I like to think. We've covered material from bands like Nightwish and Within Temptation, and we're in the process of writing our first original album together.
My symphonic/instrumental progressive metal band:
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http://officialmeridian.ban...
^You can download our debut record for free on our bandcamp page!

About me: I'm a 19 year old guy (16 when this was recorded) who plays piano, guitar, drums, bass, tenor sax, french horn, and mandolin. I've been studying piano for 9 years, and I've been playing the others, self taught, for a few years. I mainly play metal (especially melodic and progressive stuff, but I'm into everything), jazz (modal jazz and fusion in particular), classical, classic rock, pop, and lots of other stuff. And listening wise, I'm all over the map... I honestly listen to and can appreciate everything out there. I don't do anything professionally aside from some small time gigs and stuff, but it's my dream to do so one day.

Friend me on FaceBook; I'm always open to meeting new muzak fans!
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