Traditional

Molondron by Traditional

Molondron by Traditional The Music of Spain has a long history which has played an important part in the development of Western music. It has had a particularly strong influence upon Latin American music. The Latter, found within Central and South America, is a series of musical styles and genres that mixes influences from Spanish, …

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El Humahuaquerno by Traditional

El Humahuaquerno by Traditional The Music of Spain has a long history which has played an important part in the development of Western music. It has had a particularly strong influence upon Latin American music. The Latter, found within Central and South America, is a series of musical styles and genres that mixes influences from …

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La Zandunga by Traditional

La Zandunga by Traditional The Music of Spain has a long history which has played an important part in the development of Western music. It has had a particularly strong influence upon Latin American music. The Latter, found within Central and South America, is a series of musical styles and genres that mixes influences from …

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God Save The Queen by Handel

God Save The Queen by Handel “God Save the Queen” (alternatively “God Save the King”) is an anthem used in a number of Commonwealth realms and British Crown Dependencies. It is the de facto national anthem of the United Kingdom.

Malaguena by Traditional

Malaguena by Traditional A malaguena is a dance from the southern Spanish seaport Malaga. It is in the family of the fandango, which is in triple time (usually 3/4) and danced by couples to guitar and castanet accompaniment. Chords are strummed from bass string to treble (towards the floor) and from treble to bass (towards …

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El Testamento De Amelia by Traditional

El Testamento De Amelia by Traditional The melody of this beautiful folk ballad comes from Cataluna, an old province of northeastern Spain. It was first made famous by guitar virtuoso Miguel Llobert’s ethereal setting in D Minor. In A Minor the piece conveys a simpler and more beauty. Play slowly and with expression.

La Llorona Traditional Spanish Ballad

La Llorona Traditional Spanish Ballad The title of this traditional ballad translates as “The Weeping Woman.” The basic story is that La Llorona was a beautiful woman who killed her children to be with the man that she loved. She drowned the children and then, after being rejected ande eventually killed herself. She is doomed …

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Greensleeves 16th century Traditional English

Greensleeves– Traditional English This is a short and sweet song. “Greensleeves” is a traditional English folk song and tune, a ground of the form called a romanesca. Romanesca is a song form popular in the late 16th and early 17th centuries. It was most popular with Italian composers of the early Baroque period.

Romance de Espana – Spanish Traditional

Grade 3– Intermediate Romance de Espana– Spanish Traditional Song Exercise (ami) Time 0:55 This song both lyrical and sentimental, made popular from the french movie “Jeux Interdits”. Romance de Espana melody is a classic classical piece and not too difficult to play. There are 2 parts to the song. Take each part at your own …

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