PETER KEMP'S THEATRE REVIEW OF
"BEETHOVEN'S GUITAR SHRED" DVD!
by Naja Kemp,
Peter Kemp's Theatre
The Great Kat Beethoven's Guitar Shred
Reviewer: Naja Kemp
The Great Kat was born in Swindon, England, she has performed - touring
the world and is also a classical violin soloist. She studied in New
York at the prestigious Juilliard School of Music. She has created a new
musical score known as Shred Guitar. A revolutionary musician in what
your reviewer would call Speed Metal . She plays 300 beats per minute; a
Metronome meter of rhythm measurement can only do 208 beats per minute.
The Great Kat Guitar Shreds 'Beethoven's 5th Symphony, Bach's
Brandenburg Concerto #3: Bach's piece is light and merry and Kat has
gracefully shaded this piece with counterpoint layering, constrating the
staccato notes with finely tuned, profoundly innovative pieces; like a
magician to reach into deep knowledge from nonrational sources,
innovative new visions, perspectives, and creative inspiration for new
possibilities, the bringer of the magnificent for our greater goodrealm
opening, calling us all into the future with Kats.
Flying V Guitar as The Sky Goddess ultimate, electrifying, incandescent,
The Great Kat's original piece with her Torture Piece A theatrical
paddling, chaining, blindfolding, vocalizing and basically "Whipping her
Bands Areses" reminds your correspondent of The Aztecs beautiful goddess
(Venus or Xochiquetzal) descending into The Underworld after The Sky
Monster shamefully breaking his 'vows of poverty' submitting to his
basic instincts with her
Xochiquetzal (Venus) was challenged to The Game of Life and Sky Master
lost the ritual ball-game 'Peylota' and was sacrificed by The Sun.
Xochiquezal rose from Teh Underworld accompanied by human blood
sacrifice and fertility rites, covered with the blood of the dead.
Fantastically performed by Kat, covered in blood, with her band in the
song Torture Techniques.
This Venus goddess of war, which is a symbol of the Venus Retrograde
Cycle; Kat became The Goddess surrendering our outmoded values,
releasing them and then attaining this rebirth of new conscious values.