Producer : Putumayo Kids in USA Click to see other products made in USA

Product Code : STBPUTA038

Putumayo Kids Present - Latin Dreamland CD

  • Sale
  • Regular price £10.99
Shipping calculated at checkout.
(Product Weight = 93 g)
Cultural Ethically Produced

Pay securely using any of these methods...
  • American Express
  • Apple Pay
  • Google Pay
  • Maestro
  • Mastercard
  • Shopify Pay
  • Visa


Take a musical tour of Latin America with these soothing songs for relaxation and bedtime.

Collecting ten calming melodies from around Latin America, this colorfully packaged release will ease the journey into “la tierra de los sueños” (dreamland). On Latin Dreamland, artists from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela, Mexico and Peru perform traditional and new material, from a sweet song about bunnies (“Éste era un Conejo”) by Silvia Shujer, to “A Jardineira” by bossa nova guitarist Reginaldo Frazatto Jr., to the classic closing track “Cielito Lindo” by Marta Gómez.

Parents’ Choice Gold Award

Track Listing :

Putumayo Kids Present - Latin Dreamland
01 - Silvia Schujer with Juilieta Szewach and Mariano A. Fernández - Ésta Era Un Conejo (Argentina)
02 - Maruca - Canción de Cuna (Mexico)
03 - Márcio Faraco - Noite de Lembrar (Brazil)
04 - Reginaldo Martinez - A Jardineira (Brazil)
05 - Amada Martinez - Cucurrucucú Paloma (Mexico/Canada)
06 - Los Incas - El Eco (Argentina/Venezuala)
07 - Pamela Rodriguez - Cunita de Hielo (por Triste) (Peru)
08 - Hélio Ziskind - Sorriso de Jequitibá (Brazil)
09 - Luis Salinas - Un Vals (Argentina)
10 - Marta Gómez - Cielito Lindo (Colombia)

Music Style(s)
Andean , Brazilian , Children's , Colombian , Latin , South American

Age Suitability
Baby , Toddler , Young Child , Older Child , Young Adult , Thirty-Something , Young At Heart

Cultural , Ethically Produced

Made In USA

For a free zip file containing 30 second samples of all tracks
- please click on the CD image below
Putumayo Kids Present - Latin Dreamland CD


Have a Question?

Be the first to ask a question about this.

Ask a Question