Isaac Albéniz was one of the leading Spanish composers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, writing mostly nationalistic music that reflected different Spanish folk styles in a formal setting. His works often mimicked guitar techniques on piano, so when his contemporary, guitar virtuoso Francisco Tárrega, took it upon himself to transcribe one of Albéniz's pieces for guitar, it fit naturally. The story goes that Albéniz liked Tárrega's transcriptions so much that on occasion he preferred it to the original piano score. With this blessing, guitarists have taken it upon themselves to transcribe much of Albéniz's music, and it has become a core part of the repertoire. I've come up with this original arrangement of Sevilla in consultation with two other guitar transcriptions and the piano score.