'Spanish Rhapsody' is a pink blend Shrub rose introduced by Griffith Buck in 1984. To continue the comparison with 'Butterfly Magic', I'd have to note that the single-stemmed blossoms of 'Spanish Rhapsody' should be fuller, double-cupped, as it were, with 17-25 petals, but she is currently semi-double for me. Perhaps those blossoms will swell as the plant ages? The blooms open up quickly to a flatter, loosely displayed form. She is one of the stippled roses from Dr. Buck, and her colors are a wondrous blend of light red wine, light pink, and yellow, a truly unique rose. I don't know what it means, but the pistils seem overly large in the bloom of this rose. Am I perhaps imagining traits that don't exist? I am sure that 'Spanish Rhapsody' smells better that 'Butterfly Magic', a moderate fruity rose fragrance. She repeats, but my young bush does not bloom as freely or rebloom as rapidly as 'Butterfly Magic'.
I've only grown 'Spanish Rhapsody' this season, so I can't speak to her winter stamina, but I can say that she is another healthy Buck rose with good blackspot resistance in my garden. My 3 month old plant is only a foot tall and about 1.5' around this summer, a little more rotund than tall. She is listed as a 1976 cross of 'Gingersnap' and 'Sevilliana', and since I'm not familiar with either of the latter roses, I haven't much to add there either.
If, like me, you find a buxom and decorated blossom more comely, then give 'Spanish Rhapsody' a try. She's not as shiny in the garden, but she has her own charms.