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Nelson Amos plays "Spanish Romance"
Nelson Amos plays "Spanish Romance" Spanish Romance, by an anonymous 19th century composer, is a favorite work for classical guitar. Played here by EMU professor Nelson Amos. Purchase this song (Romanza) on Nelson's CD "Summer Serenade." Available on iTunes and cdbaby. www.cdbaby.com
DAVID GARRETT - "CLASSIC ROMANCE" - EPK Video
DAVID GARRETT - "CLASSIC ROMANCE" - EPK Video www.David-Garrett.info © & Upload authorised by http EPK Video zur neuen CD "Classic Romance" & "Classic Romance limited X-Mas Edition" (incl. 3 Bonus Tracks und 1 Video) Album inkl. Mendelssohn Violin Concerto, Zigeunerweisen, Humoresque uvm! Davids offizielle Webpage: www.David-Garrett.com
Romance de España ( Spanish Romance ) - Bogdan Plech
Romance de España ( Spanish Romance ) - Bogdan Plech "Romance Anónimo" (Anonymous Romance) is a Spanish piece for guitar, also known as "Estudio en Mi de Rubira" (Study in E by Rubira), "Spanish Romance", "Romance de España", "Romance of the Guitar", "Romanza" and "Romance d'Amour" among other names. Its authorship is currently in question, and it has variously been attributed to Antonio Rubira, David del Castillo, Francisco Tárrega, Fernando Sor, Daniel Fortea, Miguel Llobet, Vicente Gómez, and Narciso Yepes. The Anonimo (Anonymous) part of its name has been incorporated over the years due to this uncertainty. The question of authorship has probably been propagated by three main reasons: the lack of claim by its true author, the desire to avoid paying copyright fees, and the desire of publishing companies to claim the lucrative copyright of this world-famous song. The style of the piece is that of the Parlour music of the late 19th century in Spain, having a closed three-part form: the first in the minor key and the second being in the major key, with the third being a restatement of the first. Possible Origins Narciso Yepes interpreted and is listed as the author of the song in René Clément's 1952 film Jeux interdits (Forbidden Games). The popularity of the film gave the song worldwide fame. Yepes currently has the copyright of this composition in Spain although recordings and manuscripts of this song predate 1952. Newer publications show Yepes as the arranger and being of anonymous authorship. However, the official ...
Romance for Viola by Max Bruch, Sound Sample, Romanian Viola, Violin
Romance for Viola by Max Bruch, Sound Sample, Romanian Viola, Violin Sound sample of a Romanian viola. The piece is an excerpt of the Bruch Romance for Viola and Piano No. 85. The viola is being played by a violin student who has no formal training on the viola and is sightreading the piece.
"Jeux interdits" AKA "Romance"
"Jeux interdits" AKA "Romance" Per-Olov Kindgren plays "Jeux interdits" also known as "Romance" or "Romance d'Amour". I amalso proud to announce that my arrangements, compositions and transcriptions are now available for purchase/download at www.per-olovkindgren.com It is still growing so if you don't find a piece, it will be there soon. Please be patient...
Romance de Amor
Romance de Amor Romance de Amor, Romance of Love,爱的罗曼斯,a Spanish traditional song, one of the most well known pieces in the world of classical guitar.
Spanish Romance ( classical guitar )
Spanish Romance ( classical guitar ) Spanish Romance for classical guitar, one of the most beautiful piece of music ever written, composed by anonymous. Visit my free web site with best guitar videos, guitar tabs, sheet music and tips about classical guitar technique : www.classicalguitarvideo.com
Spanish Romance - classical guitar and violin
Spanish Romance - classical guitar and violin www.michaellucarelli.com Michael Lucarelli & Theresa Ellis play "Spanish Romance" on classical guitar and violin
Romance (anonymous)
Romance (anonymous) "romance" on the classical guitar. Composer is anonymous/not known as far as I know.
Beethoven Romance No. 2 in F Major, Opus 50
Beethoven Romance No. 2 in F Major, Opus 50 Anna Gongadze performs Romance No. 2 by Ludwig van Beethoven.
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