Ángel Barrios: Flor Granadina (Granada's Flower)

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Kazu Suwa Adivinanza de la Guitarra (KSR002)

Description

From the album Adivinanza de la guitarra (track #16)

This work is an example of a composition intended for learning flamenco. It is about granadinas* and requires considerable technical skill to perform.

Notes written by Ismael Ramos

* A musical form of flamenco which was developed in Granada, originating from a fandango.

Composer

Ángel Barrios

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