#1
Any suggestions for songs that would impress. Im looking for something classical with no words. Something with a spanish vibe or flamenco or something. I play a bit of flamenco already just want to expand my repetoire, with something romantic
#3
spanish instrumentals might be a little hard to come by. it doesnt sound romantic anyway. If your trying to impress a girl or somethin you gotta sing. Do some james blunt song like "your beautiful".

EDIT: sorry, i didnt read the whole thing. Scratch what i said b4
#5
try Ball of Twine by Lightnin Hopkins. always makes the ladies want you


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#6
I tried to come up with a good joke about romantic/Romantic, but alas, I failed.
#7
if u already play some flamenco, try paul gilberts 'flamenco'. Its quite an impressive piece although not greatly romantic. However, if ur trying to impress a girl - playing that will still get you laid i think.


heres the link

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11KaKhGAa3I
Last edited by clement1 at Sep 4, 2007,
#8
Spanish Romance, easy as pie and it's exactly what you're looking for. You can also look up Anjelica by Roger Scannura but that's usually done with two guitars.
#9
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#10
You know, my brother (who is seven years my senior) wanted to know why I was growing my nails out, and I told him I was beginning to play classical guitar again. He said "Oh god, you're not going to be playing that damn Spanish Romance song are you? I remember Matt always played that back during 10th grade and he thought it made him 'soulful.' All the girls hated him because he had his head up his ass."

In my defense, I've never learned to play Spanish Romance. If I want a workout, I'll take a crack at the Goldberg Variations (and fail miserably by #2). What I'm saying it, Spanish Romance is great if you're learning and want to feel that you've accomplished something, but please don't keep playing it over and over. Like Matt.
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#11
El Mariachi by the los lobos sounds pretty good in my mind. It has two guitars in it but u can just play one guitar and it will still sounds good.
#12
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You know, my brother (who is seven years my senior) wanted to know why I was growing my nails out, and I told him I was beginning to play classical guitar again. He said "Oh god, you're not going to be playing that damn Spanish Romance song are you? I remember Matt always played that back during 10th grade and he thought it made him 'soulful.' All the girls hated him because he had his head up his ass."

In my defense, I've never learned to play Spanish Romance. If I want a workout, I'll take a crack at the Goldberg Variations (and fail miserably by #2). What I'm saying it, Spanish Romance is great if you're learning and want to feel that you've accomplished something, but please don't keep playing it over and over. Like Matt.


Do you think I'm this Matt guy or something?
#13
No, actually I didn't even see your name. No, my brother's best friend in high school was Matt. If it helps, they all called him "Troll" because he walked kinda weird. I doubt that's you. No offence intended; it's just his particular name.

You sound far more educated than Troll---he wouldn't have even noticed something like that.
Sincerely, Chad.
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#15
etude in e minor by francisco tarrega, it has pretty much the same feel as the spanish romance but its by tarrega =D
<Raven> I got so baked last night
<Raven> that I WOKE UP high o_o
<Raven> Do you have any idea how euphoric that is?
<Raven> I felt like I was being born.
#17
Mariposa Traicionera by Mana (especially if you can get the lyrics down in spanish)

maybe 'Angelina' by Tommy Emmanuel depending on your picking skill (a capo helps too)
#19
Julia Florida. It's one of the most romantic songs you can find but its only instrumental. Look for it on iTunes by John Williams. The guitar player not the composer.
#20
Stanley Myers - Cavatina


That's what CC DeVille's avatar is listening to as we speak. Not the same affect if she slows down.

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#21
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Stanley Myers - Cavatina


That's what CC DeVille's avatar is listening to as we speak. Not the same affect if she slows down.

Cappricio Arabe, another panty peeler.


He said 'romantic', not 'get me laid'. Let's have a little class
#23
we have the same taste XD

i want to learn and play guitar musics w/o words
since im using a classical guitar and ive seen so many artist playing romantic guitar music.

nwei try to search this artist in google

phil lewis

he have a album named with no words...
literally all u can hear are just good sounding guitar singing heheheh
he have some samples[tracks and even tablatures and notation] of his piece...
#25
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Spanish Romance, easy as pie and it's exactly what you're looking for. You can also look up Anjelica by Roger Scannura but that's usually done with two guitars.


i believe thats romanza by john williams, i agree with cavatina, awsome song, really fun to play, impressive and ckind of romanic, im learning it at the moment
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#26
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Any suggestions for songs that would impress. Im looking for something classical with no words. Something with a spanish vibe or flamenco or something. I play a bit of flamenco already just want to expand my repetoire, with something romantic

My dad used to play this when I was a kid in the sixties.I have no idea its history. Go to YOUTUBE and type in "ag1960" Listen and tell me what u think.
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#27
romance - second movement of Paganini's grand sonata. If you are a good interpreter it can be the tops.
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#28
Sting - Shape of my Heart
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