20 songs to inspire families to get moving, with a star-studded lineup — Gilberto Santa Rosa, Los Rabanes, Rubén Blades, Lucy Kalantari, Luz Pinos, Felipe Peláez, La Mosca Tse-Tse and many others.
Hailed for masterful songwriting and winner of a Latin Grammy, the warmth and authenticity of 123 Andrés’ delivery make Arriba Abajo a joy to sing and dance to. Hear Samba, Cumbia, Joropo, Cha cha cha, and folk sounds in 21 original songs filled with themes of discovery and imagination for early learners. The songs, in English and Spanish, explore a world of objects that go “Arriba y Abajo,” up and down, like the musical scale, ten little birds, and a seed that sprouts when we plant it in the ground.
This collection of bilingual children's songs presented by renowned songwriter-musician José-Luis Orozco includes educational songs in both Spanish and English that entertain, enhance self-esteem, teach and reinforce necessary early language skills. The album's songs uses the best in technology to help in building vocabulary and emphasize such basic language skills and concepts as counting, learning the alphabet, body parts and colors and developing a basic phonological awareness of language— in both Spanish and English.
Get ready to move, sing and have a great time with your kids, as José-Luis presents some of the all time favorite collection of folk songs filled with the colors and spirit of Latin American culture. Whether celebrating your own culture or learning about the language and traditions of others, this is a wonderful celebration of the diversity of Latin music.
This bilingual collection of finger rhymes and action songs highlights the richness of the Latin American culture to support a child's language development, listening skills and basic concepts. Your kids will have fun singing, clapping, dancing and enjoying vibrant themes such as languages, parts of the body, animals, sounds and musical instruments. This collection also teaches kids the importance of family and self-esteem. Lyrics are presented in both English and Spanish, and easy-to-follow musical accompaniment and diagrams for the corresponding actions are also provided.
Juan Garcia Esquivel was born in Mexico and grew up to the sounds of mariachi bands. He loved music and became a musical explorer. Defying convention, he created music that made people laugh and planted images in their minds. Juan's space-age lounge music – popular in the fifties and sixties – has found a new generation of listeners. And Duncan Tonatiuh's fresh and quirky illustrations bring Esquivel's spirit to life. Winner of the Odyssey Honor Audiobook Award.
Listen and sing along to some of the most recognizable children's traditional songs in Spanish and English. This highly acclaimed CD promotes dual language education, self-esteem, an understanding of diversity, while encouraging language, listening, and early literacy skills.
Hola, Amigo started out as a song in 123 Andrés’ debut album, and became a fan favorite. Hola, Amigo: Songs of Friendship has remastered versions of Hola, Amigo in Spanish and English, and eight more songs that explore the theme of friendship, in two languages. You can also see the related book, Hello, Friend / Hola, Amigo.
Latin Grammy-winning 123 Andrés takes listeners on an imaginary trip to South America, with soothing Andean sounds and delicately composed songs that will drift listeners of any age to a dream world. Here, a gentle pirate searches for poetic new words, sheep wander on a hillside, and a little blue horse gallops down from the clouds to carry children to sleep.
Product Description: Brazilian Playground offers an enchanting mix of musical styles and artists from one of the most musical countries in the world. Samba, bossa nova and forró are among Brazil's most popular and accessible musical styles for adults and children alike. Brazilian Playground features these and other engaging rhythms that reflect the country's diverse culture and easy-going way of life
En Mi Casa/In My House is a lovely collection of 17 Spanish tunes centered around a child's typical day-from "En la MaÃ±ana/In the Morning" to dinnertime "Pon la Mesa/Set the Table" to "Buenas Noches/Good Night". Singalingo has assembled a CD packed with tunes that move at an age appropriate pace and that families will enjoy singing throughout the day. — Parent's Choice Review
What is matter? What is a telescope? Latin Grammy-winning 123 Andrés presents Una Idea Tengo Yo (“I Have an Idea”) with 11 upbeat songs, completely in Spanish, to get the family curious about all things science-related.
Rhymes from Spanish speaking countries are presented in Spanish and recreated in English to form a bilingual collection, with attention to the sounds and patterns of both languages. Vivid illustrations complete this appealing book.
22 songs in Spanish and English – salsa, Mariachi, bachata, bolero and more. Beloved by children and families, and also great for the classroom. As featured on CNN en Español and NPR’s Alt-Latino. Latin Grammy-nominated.
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