The Concierto Andaluz (Spanish: Andalusian concerto) is a 1967 work by Spanish composer Joaquín Rodrigo for four guitars and orchestra. It has three movements, and was heavily influenced by Spanish impressionist and baroque musical styles. It was commissioned by Spanish guitarist Celedonio Romero and first performed by Los Romeros with the San Antonio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Victor Alessandro, in San Antonio, Texas, USA on 18 November, 1967.
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