These are a few concepts taken from the compositional thinking of composer Karlheinz Stockhausen.
The first idea is a 5/4 Vamp. This employs alternate picking starting on an upstroke.
The next idea is to employ an atonal line in triplets moving from the “Bass strings to Treble strings”
The next ideas are a variation of the beginning vamp but they employ semitones as the answer effect.
Lastly we employ our old friend the atonal triplet figure again:
This are just a few basic ideas from Stockhausen for creative modern Guitar Thinking, Composing and Improvising.
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