Enrique Granados (1867-1916) was a Spanish composer and pianist, who studied in Barcelona and Paris, and whose life was tragically cut short by the First World War. The nationalist style which dominated his early output is often seen to be epitomised by the 1890 work, 12 Danza Española, a collection of Spanish dances originally for the solo Piano.
Andaluza is No. 5 from 12 Danza Española, and has been transcribed here for Cello with Piano accompaniment. This high quality edition comes in a marbled cover, and would be a perfect gift for any cellist interested in Spanish music.