As with the famous "Asturias" by Albéniz, the transcription for guitar of "Mallorca" is much more popular than the original version for piano. Albéniz probably composed this delicate and romantic "Barcarolle" during his second trip to Mallorca, in May 1890. He thus remained faithful to what he preferred above all, namely to describe musically the regions of his country. It is said that Enrique Granados, who venerated Albéniz as a friend and protector, would have put himself on the piano in the room of the dying Albéniz, deeply moving him by his interpretation of "Mallorca". Our edition offers pianists this refined work according to the fidelity of text characteristic of the house of Henle and a convincing quality of engraving.