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123 Andrés | La Luna (Canciones para Soñar)

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La Luna (Canciones para Soñar)

by 123 Andrés

The soothing tracks on La Luna will make for welcome daytime singalong songs as well as good-night music to put in steady rotation. -Billboard
Genre: Kids/Family: Lullabies
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1. De 1 a 10
3:45 album only
2. Un Elefante
2:57 album only
3. La Luna
2:27 album only
4. Benjamin
3:34 album only
5. La Montaña
3:23 album only
6. La Pequeña Pilar
3:50 album only
7. Collar de Estrellas
2:28 album only
8. Las Ovejas
3:24 album only
9. El Sueño de Cocorico
2:16 album only
10. El Caballito Azul
3:10 album only
11. Velo Que Bonito
3:23 album only
12. Fly, Shine, Soar
2:05 album only
13. Cierra los Ojos
0:35 album only


Album Notes
Latin Grammy-winning 123 Andrés takes listeners on an imaginary trip to South America with his newest album release, La luna. The soothing Andean sounds and the delicately composed songs drift listeners of any age to a dream world. Here, a gentle pirate searches for new poetic words, sheep wander on a hillside, and a little blue horse gallops down from the clouds to carry children to sleep.These new and traditional songs, sung mostly in Spanish and featuring a variety of instruments, provide the perfect companion for nap time, bed time, gentle playtime, and even a peaceful drive around town.

The album’s two producers are award-winning Leandro Álvarez (Argentina) and Latin Grammy-nominated Orlando Di Pietro (Venezuela/Mexico), and they have channeled their profound knowledge of South American music into this album. Listeners will hear genres including loncomeo from Patagonia, candomble from Uruguay, huayno from the Andes and merengue from Venezuela. The songs come to life with the exquisitely performed instrumentation – soft strings of charangos, guitars, cellos and a Cuban tres; the deep boom of an ancient traditional drum (bombo leyero); and soothing and whimsical quenas and sikus (flutes and pan pipes).



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