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I've been inactive for a while. For those, I haven't responded thank you for your kind comments. It is arranged for beginner to intermediate members who like to venture outside the standard classical pieces.
This beautiful song was composed by Cuban song-writer Osvaldo Farres who also composed quite a few other songs that made their way to the Hollywood films as well as being performed by various well know singers world - wide. There are few videos playing this song with the Classical Guitar. Your listed reference above is with CG Milos Karadaglic on You Tube. The Flamenco flavor can be heard as well by searching You Tube for Pablo de Lucia.
If you search the web for Mr.Farres (Osvaldo Farres) you can also hear him singing his own compositions. Enjoy