#1
does anyone know of any moderately easy classical spanish guitar songs i could play? my grandma is in a nursing home, and theyre letting me bring my accoustic in her room, so i want to play something for her. i know she really likes that kind of music, but i dont know any songs!
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#2
hello...wanna play some classical Spanish? How about Romanza Espanol?
or maybe you should play any easy Flamenco.
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#3
do you know if this site has any tabs? i dont know any artists. is Romanza Espanol a song or a person ?(sorry that im so slow lol)
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#4
Flamenco can be easy. But knowing the rhythm isn't. ie. You may screw up flamenco that may be within your technical limits. Not because of technical level, but because of rhythmic incapability. And flamenco compas takes tons of time to develop.

My advice. Stick to Spanish music unless you're intending to go deep into flamenco. Or else you might get disapproving stares from people who know what flamenco is.

The Spanish classic Malaguena is a cliche one but popular nonetheless. Marice Ravel's Bolero is good, though a tad monotonous.
#5
yeahh...i guess so...you search in this site.just send the name of song...

some say that songs called Les Jeux Interdits.

if you wan a tab from me..simply give your email address.

Gracias...
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#6
Romanza Espanol is the name of the songs. You may heard Spanish Eyes too from Esteban.
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#7
Not perfect if your a complete begginer, but Im sure its not to hard to pick up-if you buy the "Trinity Grade 3" classical guitar exam book, the first piece in section B is a spanish piece called Dark Eyes, its not to hard to play, but sounds VERY impressive, and looks like your playing something very difficult. The book is about £3-ish but well worth it
#10
Romanza or Romance de Amor is an anonymous composition.

Lagrima was composed by Francisco Tarrega.
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Flamenco can be easy. But knowing the rhythm isn't. ie. You may screw up flamenco that may be within your technical limits. Not because of technical level, but because of rhythmic incapability. And flamenco compas takes tons of time to develop.

My advice. Stick to Spanish music unless you're intending to go deep into flamenco. Or else you might get disapproving stares from people who know what flamenco is.

The Spanish classic Malaguena is a cliche one but popular nonetheless. Marice Ravel's Bolero is good, though a tad monotonous.

I would like to go very deep into flamenco. Any suggestions. Easy ones first of course...