Los Romeros Golden Jubilee Celebration - Angel Romero (guitar); Angelita Romero (castanets); Celedonio Romero (guitar); Celin Romero (guitar); Los Romeros; Pepe Romero (guitar)

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  1. Concerto for 4 violins, cello, strings & continuo in B minor ("L'estro armonico" No. 10) Op. 3/10, RV 580
  2. Noche en Malaga
  3. Preludes (3) for guitar: Romantic Prelude
  4. Sonatinas for 4 guitars "Trianera"
  5. Sonata for keyboard in G major, K. 391 (L. 79)
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  1. Concerto for 4 violins, cello, strings & continuo in B minor ("L'estro armonico" No. 10) Op. 3/10, RV 580
  2. Noche en Malaga
  3. Preludes (3) for guitar: Romantic Prelude
  4. Sonatinas for 4 guitars "Trianera"
  5. Sonata for keyboard in G major, K. 391 (L. 79)
  6. Mandolin Concerto, for mandolin, strings & continuo in C major, RV 425
  7. Intermezzo, for guitar(s) (arrangement from Goyescas)
  8. Concierto madrigal for 2 guitars & orchestra
  9. Double Mandolin Concerto, for 2 mandolins, strings & continuo in G major, RV 532
  10. El Sombrero de tres picos, Suite No. 1, for orchestra (scenes and dances from Part I), G. 58: Danza del coregidor
  11. El Sombrero de tres picos, Suite No. 1, for orchestra (scenes and dances from Part I), G. 58: Danza del molinero
  12. Concierto de Aranjuez, for guitar & orchestra
  13. Carmen Suite for orchestra No. 1 (assembled by Ernest Guirard): Pr?lude
  14. Carmen Suite for orchestra No. 1 (assembled by Ernest Guirard): Aragonaise
  15. Carmen Suite for orchestra No. 2 (assembled by Ernest Guirard): Habanera
  16. Carmen Suite for orchestra No. 1 (assembled by Ernest Guirard): S?guedille
  17. Carmen Suite for orchestra No. 2 (assembled by Ernest Guirard): Chanson boh?me
  18. Carmen Suite for orchestra No. 1 (assembled by Ernest Guirard): Entr'acte
  19. Carmen Suite for orchestra No. 2 (assembled by Ernest Guirard): Chanson du tor?ador
  20. Concierto andaluz for 4 guitars & orchestra
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Well in advance of the various guitar quartets that inhabit concert series in North America and increasingly around the world, there were Los Romeros, formed in Spain but forced, due to the restrictive cultural policies of the Franco dictatorship, to move to southern California. Their example for other ensembles was fundamental, and the pattern of ...