Romance Music Recordings

In music, the term 'romance' has been applied to many different genres and styles of composition. Originally used for Spanish ballads, it was later adopted by Classical and Romantic composers to mean a simple, lyrical and intimate piece, either for voice or solo instrument, most of the times in 3/4 or a similar time signature.

Title Composer Instrument Period Ratings
3 Romances, Op. 28 Robert Schumann Piano Romantic
6 Romances, Op.4 Sergei Rachmaninoff Voice(s) and Piano Romantic
14 Romances, Op. 34 Sergei Rachmaninoff Voice(s) and Piano Early 20th Century
no. 3 from Romance sans paroles, Op. 17 Gabriel Fauré Piano Romantic
Romance Maria Girbiat Guitar Late 19th century
Romance, Op. 37 Camille Saint-Saëns Flute Romantic
Romance oubliée, S. 527 Franz Liszt Piano Romantic
Romance, S. 169 Franz Liszt Piano Romantic
Romance sans paroles, Op. 92 Louis James Alfred Lefébure-Wély Piano Romantic
Romanza Francesco Molino Guitar Romantic
Sainte Cécile Auguste Mathieu Panseron Cello Romantic
Une fleur Alberto Nepomuceno Piano Romantic