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Published on Sep 2, 2010
The Prelude from Chants d'Espagne, a suite of pieces for the piano by Isaac Albéniz, (given the opus number op. 232) originally published in 1892. The titles Asturias and Leyenda were given to it when it was incorporated into an extended version of Albéniz's Suite española, (two years after the composer's death). It is probably more famous today in one of its guitar arrangements. Many have attributed the first transcription for guitar to Francisco Tárrega who put it in its most recognizable key, E minor; it was subsequently made popular by Andrés Segovia. The theme, or versions of it, is often used in film music and popular music. [Notes from Wikipedia] Always a challenge to play with fire, passion and accuracy! http://www.danielguitar.com/