Artist: Roger Scannura

Found 23 tracks

(Tientos). Spanish or Latin American acoustic guitar. Atmospheric and authentic. A true Latin taste with a sense of history. [Tempo: Medium / 120 BPM]

(Garrotin). Light hearted, Spanish / Latin, classical guitar piece. Wonderfully melodic, appealing, welcoming. [Tempo: Medium / 118 BPM]

(Taranta). Spanish / Latin-american guitar and rhythm. Melodic and with a sense of drama and story-telling. Great solo guitar performance. [Tempo: Medium / 131 BPM]

Passionate and dramatic. Traditional latin/spanish arrangement with acoustic guitars, flamenco dancing and hand claps. Occasional violin provides depth and variation. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 108 BPM]

Flamenco Guitar. Solea is the deepest form of flamenco. Considered to be the roots of all flamenco with melodies from Muslim, Arab and Christian religious services. Solea is believed to be 500 years old. [Tempo: Slow, Medium, Fast]

Warm, friendly and appealing spanish acoustic guitar piece with plenty of variation throughout the nearly 7 minutes playing time. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 104 BPM]

(Silencio). Sad Spanish/European with acoustic guitar and violin. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 79 BPM]

Flamenco Guitar. Mantilla is a childrens folk tune adapted to flamenco guitar, with meandering melodies like rain in a vineyard. [Tempo: Slow, Medium]

Fiery traditional flamenco, dominated by acoustic guitar and hand claps, but with occasional flute to break it up. [Tempo: Fast / 123 BPM]

Flamenco Guitar. Granadina is inspired by the Moorish town of Granada,the last stronghold of the Moors in Spain and the begining of the Reconquest. The expulsion of the arab infidel from the kingdom of Spain. [Tempo: Slow, Medium, Fast]

Nice and easy, breezy summertime/holiday track with solo acoustic guitar. [Tempo: Medium / 110 BPM]

Passionate Spanish flamenco. Single-take live recording with acoustic guitar, violin and hand percussion. [Tempo: Medium / 90 BPM]

Softly spoken love; relaxing piece of music performed on acoustic guitar. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 78 BPM]

Flamenco Guitar. Guajiras is a perfect example of flamenco being influenced by Spain's conquest of other countries. The rhythm comes from Cuba,with a gentle lilt, like a breeze from Havana. [Tempo: Slow, Medium, Fast]

Flamenco Guitar. Rondena is inspired by the medieval town of Ronda in the south of Spain. The town is famous for a deep gorge separating two sides, until a bridge was built by the Romans. The music is trying to capture and evoke the mystery of an ancient town that has inspired so many artists. [Tempo: Slow, Medium]

Authentic, hot blooded Spanish guitar flamenco. Acoustic guitar, violin and flamenco dancer. Recorded 100% live on stage. [Tempo: Medium / 92 BPM]

Traditional flamenco track with two acoustic guitars, hand clapping and flamenco feet. Starts off quite nice and easy, but builds over time and gets very passionate, almost frantic, towards the end. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 64 BPM]

(Tangos por Anjelica). Traditional Spanish / Latin performance of guitar, flamenco dance, violin and dumbek. Melodic, uptempo, authentic. [Tempo: Medium, Fast / 85 BPM]

Flamenco Guitar. Taranta comes from Sacromonte, or sacred mountain in Andalucia. A turn of the century mining town full of the sense of loss and melancholia. [Tempo: Slow, Medium]

Flamenco Guitar. Farruca was born of the Extramadura in the Sierra morena mountain range, an aggresive rhythm tamed by the gentle romantic power of women. [Tempo: Slow, Medium]

Romantic latin sound. Starts with a warm, gentle, nostalgic acoustic guitar. Builds slowly and gets more intense over the approx. 6 minutes duration. Preview the music loops too; they are extracted from various positions in the song. [Tempo: Slow, Medium / 86 BPM]

Flamenco Guitar. Alegrias comes from the town of Cadiz, where Christopher Colombus left from to discover the new world. Cadiz was one of Spain's main ports and many a traveller who came by sea would start their journey from there. [Tempo: Slow, Medium]

Found 23 tracks