La Foule by Roland Dyens (1955-2016)
Dyens is a French/Tunisian classical guitarist, composer, and arranger. He studied guitar with the Spanish classical guitarist Alberto Ponce and analysis with Désiré Dondeyne. As a performer, Dyens is known for his extraordinary capacity for improvisation. Essentially unique among classical guitarists. His guitar music draws on many elements of folk music and jazz, and has become popular with players.
20th centurt. “La Foule,” famously sung by world-class singer Edith Piaf, was originally a celebrated Latin American song called “Que nadie sepa mi sufrir,” otherwise known as “Amor de mis amores.” Music by E. Dizeo and A. Cabral. Arranged by Dyens. 6 pages. 83 measures. Time signature 6/8. 2 guitars. Rasgueados at the end. Drop D. Click the link for Duet version
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