MP3 Cristina Hernandez - Colores
Komplettes MP3 Album von Cristina Hernandez
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: A lively collection of original children songs in Spanish that will have the whole family dancing and singing.
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COLORES is a lively collection of ten original songs for children in Spanish written by Cristina Hernandez.
The disk opens with a Caribbean beat in the title track "Colores," and from then on every song has a different rhythm feel to it: "Mueve la Cabeza" is a blues, "Vamonos Ya" has a Mexican flavor to it, "Animales" is cool and mysterious, etc.
The music in COLORES recognizes the sophisticated ear of today’s young people, employing lively Latin rhythms and orchestration to accomplay delightful children’s voices.
Each song in COLORES teaches basic vocabulary covering everyday activities such as numbers in "UN, Dos, Tres," greetings in "Hola," and the days of the week in "Lunes."
What sets COLORES apart from other foreign language targeted disks is its humorous feel and its crisp arrangements. Every song is musically interesting for Spanish speaking audiences, and at the same time, easy to understand for everyone else.
Children up to twelve years old will enjoy the music in COLORES. Cristina Hernandez is a mother, a musician and a teacher who lives in New York City, COLORES is her debut CD and it features the delightful voices of her children.
Cristina Hernandez created the songs and produced the music on the CD Colores. In March 2003 she was honored by the Spanish newspaper El Diario La Prensa as Outstanding Latina of 2002 due to the positive impact the release of her CD Colores had on children’s music in Spanish. She is currently a member of the band Mambo NYC, writes music for children and teaches in an elementary school in New York City. She has received a Master in Composition from the Manhattan School of Music, she has recorded music for the label CBS in Spain, and for several years she was a staff composer at Pregones Theater, a Puerto Rican touring theater group based in the Bronx.