Romance Sheet Music

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
2 Compositions for Organ, Op.37 - Romance and Meditation Louis Adolphe Coerne Organ Romantic
2 Romances Claude Debussy Voice(s) and Piano Late 19th century
2 Romances for Violin and Small Orchestra, Op.50 Max Reger Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra Early 20th Century
2 Romances, Op.9 Sergei Taneyev Voice(s) and Instruments Romantic
2 Romances, Op.13 Richard Wüerst Solo Instrument and Piano Romantic
2 Romances, Op.15 Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst Solo Instrument and Piano Romantic
2 Romances, Op.21 Anton Arensky Voice(s) and Piano Romantic
2 Romances, Op.115 Alexander Dreyschock Piano Romantic
2 Romances, Op.182 Joachim Raff Solo Instrument and Piano Romantic
2 Romances sans paroles Karl Anton Florian Eckert Piano Romantic
2 Romances sans paroles, Op.10 Émile Pessard Piano Romantic
2 Romances sans Paroles, Op.23 Camillo Sivori Solo Instrument and Piano Romantic
2 Romances sans paroles, Op.82 Charles Delioux Piano Romantic
2 Romances, WoO 4 Felix Mendelssohn Voice(s) and Piano Romantic
2 Romanzen, Op.72 Franz Wohlfahrt Solo Instrument and Piano Romantic
2 Sentimentala romanser, Op.28 Wilhelm Stenhammar Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra Romantic
3 Romances, Op. 28 Robert Schumann Piano Romantic
3 Romances, Op.3 César Cui Voice(s) and Piano Romantic
3 Romances, Op.11 Édouard Wolff Piano Romantic
3 Romances, Op.14 William Sterndale Bennett Piano Romantic