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Canción infantil iroquesa

Hace ya casi tres años compartí con mis amigos un tema de René Aubry, el excelente Salento (nº 133 del blog), y desde entonces he continuado escuchando su música con pasión y seguido su carrera musical con interés. En todo este tiempo, Aubry ha ampliado su paleta sonora incluyendo, por ejemplo, instrumentos y armonías de la música árabe o asiática. En Refuges, su último disco hasta el momento, vuelve a incluir de nuevo algunas canciones escritas para bandas sonoras o espectáculos de ballet, otra de sus grandes pasiones. El disco es absolutamente recomendable, con grandes temas como Rasta la Vista, Refuges o Etreinte. Pero a mí me ha atrapado este delicioso Anikouni, una canción infantil de los indios iroqueses, con arreglos de Aubry y con las voces de sus hijas Aria y Yuri y de su esposa Bárbara. La lástima es que apenas dura dos minutos…

Iroquois Nursery Rhyme

Almost three years ago I shared with my friends another song of René Aubry, the excellent Salento (No. 133 on the blog), and since then I’ve continued listening to his music with passion and followed his musical career with interest. In all this time, Aubry has expanded his sound palette including, for instance, instruments and harmonies of the Arab and Asian music. In Refuges, his latest album to date, he includes again some songs for soundtracks and ballet performances, another of his great passions. The album is absolutely recommended, with big songs like Rasta La Vista, Refuges or Etreinte. But the one that has caught me has been this delicious Anikouni, a children’s song of the Iroquois Indians, arranged by Aubry and with the voices of his daughters, Aria and Yuri, and that of his wife Barbara. The pity is that the song it’s only two minutes long…

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