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La romanesca
composer
1913; after a popular Spanish sixteenth-century dance tune

Recordings
'Achron: Complete Suites for violin and piano' (CDA67841)
Achron: Complete Suites for violin and piano
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La romanesca
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La romanesca is a popular Spanish sixteenth-century dance tune, arranged by Achron in 1913. Liszt composed a piano piece based on the same theme (S252a, in two versions), and although Achron made arrangements for violin and piano of two other Liszt piano works in the same year (Gnomenreigen and Liebestraum No 3) his version of La romanesca makes no mention of the Hungarian composer (despite being listed in some Achron sources as an arrangement of Liszt).

from notes by Malcolm Miller © 2012

Track-specific metadata
Details for CDA67841 disc 2 track 33
Artists
ISRC
GB-AJY-12-84157
Duration
3'38
Recording date
10 March 2009
Recording venue
Jerusalem Music Centre, Israel
Recording producer
Eric Wen
Recording engineer
Zvi Hirshler
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  1. Achron: Complete Suites for violin and piano (CDA67841)
    Disc 2 Track 33
    Release date: March 2012
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