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Cantos de España, Op.232

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Cantos de España, Op.232 - written by Isaac Albéniz

I heard a version of this by Julian Bream on the radio and really liked the melody so I thought I would try making an electronic version. The piece is actually a lot longer than this and gets a lot more frenetic but this was my favourite part.

Used in Pleasure Island 2!

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FERN-EFERN-E

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

A weird video calls for a weird song.

What a way to end Pleasure Island 2, which I love and have added to my favorites. When I first heard it I thought that it kinda felt like it belonged on some weird Japanese soap opera. But that's just me. Perfect song for the context in which it was used.


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AppleozAppleoz

Rated 5 / 5 stars

absurd

what a remake!



shas1194shas1194

Rated 5 / 5 stars

ahh

so soothing to my ear drums it is



Midnightstand12Midnightstand12

Rated 5 / 5 stars

awesome =3

this could be a good opening or a theme song for mooseman(mooseman Rulez)



Seadog-DriftwoodSeadog-Driftwood

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Neat adaption!

There are, actually, recordings online that can be found on Google. Here are a few:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mjQS_
jatzg (Arthur Rubinstein playing the original piano version)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kll6w9 xrhV8 (the John Williams adaption for guitar)

I hope these can be of some assistance!


Sexual-Lobster responds:

aha! i didn't even know it was called cordoba, that is why i couldn't find it, i thought the name was cantos de espana. yet mysteriously i found the right tabs.

thanks a lot! it is a lovely song and i have only reworked part of it.

some day i think i'll do the rest because it is awesome all the way through.