Composed in 1886, the guitar tremolo study Recuerdos de la Alhambra is without doubt Tárrega's best-known piece. It evokes memories of the Moorish citadel located on a hill in the Spanish Granada. Thanks to the present arrangements, the enchanting gem with its slightly melancholy tinge is now available for solo flute, violin, and cello with piano accompaniment.
Publisher: Schott (Hal Leonard)
Catalogue Number: 49017914
Northwest Product Number: 106-1802-03-001
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