Classical guitarist Marija Agic performs Romance Anónimo, a lovely piece for classical guitar, also known as “Estudio en Mi de Rubira” (Study in E by Rubira), “Spanish Romance”, “Romance de España”, “Romance of the Guitar”, “Romanza” and “Romance d’Amour” among other names.

Marija Agic performs Romance Anónimo

Romance Anónimo

‘Spanish Romance’ is one of the most famous classical guitar works and one of the most popular solo classical guitar pieces from the 19th century. You will find this romantic and nostalgic piece in most collections of music for the classical guitar. “Spanish romance” is also known as Anonymous Romance (“Romance Anónimo”), because the composer is anonymous, although Romance has variously been attributed to some great guitarists like Antonio Rubira, Francisco Tárrega, Fernando Sor, and others.

Romance Anónimo was the theme song from the French film director and screenwriter René Clément’s (1913-1996) 1952 film Jeux Interdits (Forbidden Games). The popularity of the film gave the piece worldwide fame.


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  1. I have known Romance for Guitar for years; last year I found it worked very well with a Tai Chi sequence, so I called it Fusion.

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