Hey, Wow, it seems like every time you come here there's another person asking what piece to play for X performance, so, to continue that trend, what should I play for my AS-level exam piece? This is my penultimate year in high school, and we've got our solo performance exam coming up in music, and we need to perform something (er...obviously ). Now, according to our teacher, the examiner is of the "Olde Schoole" who only recognises classical music as being 'real' music. However, this doesn't mean he writes off guitar/bass/modern performances. He just doesn't understand them. He doesn't know what anything we do is, so is quite easily impressed. This means high marks! Anyhoo, having just discovered (I've been living under a rock ) Victor Wooten, I'm tempted to do Classical Thump. I can play all the parts he does in that lesson on his site, and I'm starting to learn the rest. I've got 5 weeks to do it, and I practise a lot every day, so d'you all think it'd be a good idea to play it? Or should I do some kinda funk thing? It just needs to be technically hard so it shows my "true level of music performance and accomplishment", to quote the syllabus. So any suggestions? Thanks very much in advance, Mark.