Twelve Spanish Dances, Op. 5

The Doce danzas españolas (Twelve Spaniard dances) for piano is a series of pieces written by Enrique Granados. The exact composition date of the pieces is unknown, though Granados himself stated that he wrote the majority of them when he was 16 (in 1883). These dances display influences from a variety of Spanish genres, and, consequently, lend themselves to being arranged as guitar pieces, which has been done multiple times.

This piece contains the following parts:

  Song Title Performer License Download HD
Twelve Spanish Dances, Op. 5 - I. Galante, Minueto
Twelve Spanish Dances, Op. 5 - II. Oriental
Twelve Spanish Dances, Op. 5 - III. Fandango, Zarabanda
Twelve Spanish Dances, Op. 5 - IV. Villanesca
Twelve Spanish Dances, Op. 5 - V. Andaluza
Twelve Spanish Dances, Op. 5 - V. Andaluza
Twelve Spanish Dances, Op. 5 - VI Rondalla aragonesa, Jota
Twelve Spanish Dances, Op. 5 - VII. Valenciana
Twelve Spanish Dances, Op. 5 - VIII. Sardana, Asturiana
Twelve Spanish Dances, Op. 5 - IX. Mazurka Romantica
Twelve Spanish Dances, Op. 5 - X. Danza Triste, Melancolica
Twelve Spanish Dances, Op. 5 - XI. Zambra
Twelve Spanish Dances, Op. 5 - XII. Bolero, arabesca

Enrique Granados

Enrique Granados i Campiña was a Spanish pianist and composer of classical music. His music is in a uniquely Spanish style and, ...
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