Granada from Suite Española, Op47
An arrangement by Martin Parry of one of Albéniz's most haunting and evocative pieces.
Review: "Another well thought out and lovely arrangement from Martin Parry taking the well-known tune Granada which although originally written for piano has become one of the most important works of the classical guitar repertoire. Here Parry lets the flute have the tune the majority of the time but in places lets the piano take over to add variety and to continue some of the phrases in a different octave. The melody works well on the flute and one which would fit nicely into a Spanish programme of music (which I do get asked to do!) or as an encore to a recital. Very glad to have it added to my repertoire." - Dr. Rachel Smith DMA, MA, BMus (Hons), FTCL - November 2014
Review: "This popular piano solo is now arranged for flute and piano and makes for an ideal encore piece. For studios, schools, colleges and professionals." - New Issues December 1994
Difficulty level, roughly compared to ABRSM exam grades. 0 is beginner, 9 is advanced (beyond grade 8).