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A la cubana, op.36 (1)
A la pradera (2)
Allegro de concierto, op.46 (14)
Andalucia-Petenera (1)
Andantino espressivo (1)
Apariciones: Valses Romanticos (1)
Aparicion (1)
Apparition (1)
Azulejos (1)
Barcarola (3)
Bocetos (3)
Cancion arabe (1)
Canciones Amatorias (3)
Cancion morisca (1)
Canco d'amor (1)
Cant de les estrelles (1)
Canto del pescador (1)
Capricho espanol (4)
Carezza (1)
Cartas de amor, op.44 (1)
Cuentos de las juventud (7)
Danse Espagnol (3)
Dante (symphonic poem) (3)
Danza Caracteristica (1)
Danza de los ojos verdes (Dance of the green eyes) (2)
Danza gallega (1)
Danza gitana (Gypsy dance) (2)
Danza lenta (4)
Danzas caracteristica (2) (2)
» no.1
Danzas espanolas (12), op.37 (orch. Rafael Ferrer) (1)
Danzas espanolas (12), op.37 (80)
El Himno de los Muertos, H67 (arr. E Lopez-Chavarri) (1)
Elegia eterna (1)
Elisenda (3)
El jardi d'Elisenda (1)
El pelele (12)
El tra la la y el punteado (1)
En la aldea, Poema (2)
Escena religiosa (1)
Escenas Poeticas (Poetic Scenes) (7)
Escenas Romanticas (7)
Estudios espresivos en forma de piezas faciles (2)
Estudio (4)
Fantasia-Cheherezada (1)
Goyescas (73)
Honey from Alcarria: Jota (1)
Impromptus (2) (1)
Impromptus (3), op.39 (2)
» no.3
Intermezzo from opera Goyescas (arr. G. Cassado) (1)
Intermezzo from opera Goyescas (arr. JL Turina) (1)
Intermezzo from opera Goyescas (piano) (1)
Intermezzo from opera Goyescas (4)
In the Cuban Style (2)
Jacara (1)
L'ocell profeta (1)
La Berceuse (arr. for brass) (1)
La Berceuse (1)
La Maja de Goya (2)
La maja dolorosa (1)
La nit del mort (Night of the dead man) (2)
Libro de horas (3)
Liliana, lyric poem (arr. Casals) (2)
Los Soldados de Carton (1)
Madrigal for cello and piano (2)
Marcha de los vencidos (March of the Defeated) (2)
Marchas Militares (2) (2)
Marchas Militares (3) (1)
Maria del Carmen (1)
Mazurka, op.2 (2)
Mazurka alla polacca (1)
Mazurka in A minor (1)
Melodias (1)
Moresque y cancion arabe (2)
O cho tonadillas en estilo antiguo (1)
Paisaje (3)
Paises sonados: Palacio encantado en el mar (1)
Parranda-Murcia (1)
Pequena Romanza (version for string orchestra) (1)
Piano Concerto in C minor 'Patetico' (completed by Melani Mestre) (1)
Piano Quintet in G minor, op.49 (4)
Piano Trio, op.50 (2)
Piezas sobre cantos populares espanoles (6) (4)
Preludio in D major (1)
Preludios (3) for violin and piano, H135 (1)
Quejas, o la maja y el ruisenor (from Goyescas) (1)
Rapsodia aragonesa (2)
Romanza (2)
Salve regina (1)
Sardana (2)
Scenes of Childhood: Miniatures (1)
Serenata Goyesca (Serenade in the style of Goya) (1)
Serenata (1)
Sonatas (26) ineditas para Clave (Scarlatti) (2)
Spanischer Tanz (1)
Spanish Dances (6) (1)
» no.2
Spanish Dance (1)
Suite oriental (Suite arabe) (2)
Suite sobre cantos gallegos (Suite on Galician songs) (2)
Tonadillas (12) en estilo antiguo (21)
Tonadillas: selection (3) (1)
Torrijos (incidental music) (2)
Trova (1)
Valse de Concert (1)
Valses Poeticos (arr. for guitar) (4)
Valses Poeticos (arr. for harp) (1)
Valses Poeticos (12)
Violin Sonata (2)

Enrique Granados Campiña (27 July 1867 – 24 March 1916) was a Spanish pianist and composer of classical music. His music is in a uniquely Spanish style and, as such, is representative of musical nationalism.

He was born in Lleida, Spain, the son of Calixto Granados, a Spanish army captain, and Enriqueta Campiña. As a young man he studied piano in Barcelona, where his teachers included Francisco Jurnet and Joan Baptista Pujol. In 1887 he went to Paris to study. He was unable to become a student at the Paris Conservatoire, but he was able to take private lessons with a conservatoire professor, Charles-Wilfrid de Bériot, whose mother, the soprano Maria Malibran, was of Spanish ancestry. Bériot insisted on extreme refinement in tone production, which strongly influenced Granados’s own teaching of pedal technique. He also fostered Granados's abilities in improvisation. Just as important were his studies with Felip Pedrell. He returned to Barcelona in 1889. His first successes were at the end of the 1890s, with the zarzuela Maria del Carmen, which attracted the attention of King Alfonso XIII.

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