Since my permissions have been taken from me by the forum master, I must repent my sins. While I was traveling across the great country of America, I did not log into DelCamp for a long time. However, now that I am back, I wanted to point out a song that is kind of like Lagrima (which Jean Francois apprised me of for the first time), a novice-level song that is nevertheless a good one. I believe it is called Romanza, but it used to be just called Spanish Ballad. I would welcome anyone's input on who the composer was as I do not know. Sor? Tarrega? It's a little bit like Sor I think. But anyway, be careful when you get to the B7 part to play an A bass then a B bass, not a B, then D#. I think you will find that it sounds better that way. I believe a guitarist named Lily or Lili played it that way on Youtube:
Mod edit: Direct link to copyrighted material deleted. Please search YouTube for "Classical Guitar Secrets - Romanza".
I will give you a link here but I would love it if someone who knows where we have that song on this forum could reply to my email. I just did not find it. But here is a link to get you playing - again, this is a very beginner song but nevertheless a nice one. It should be played quite fast with the arpeggios and at least andante speed so it's faster than Lagrima, and will take a little time to get the speed (keep in mind in the below tab to replace the B with A and the D# with B if you want to duplicate the woman above).
You would be best to look on this forum, perhaps under Spanish Ballad for a link to the music or in a music book from a store. It's a commonly played
piece - you will see wedding list's with it, I must not give a copyrighted link. It's easy to find.
I now realize that this song has a long history of copyright discussion/difficulties so I guess you'll have to peruse the music stores or the WorldWideWeb
for the music. You can look under the user owl's posts for a thread discussing this song:
Sorry, I did not pack my guitar on my trip to California. I should have.