Ayaguan an Entertaining Instrumental Music Album - KiiiTV.com South Texas, Corpus Christi, Coastal Bend

Ayaguan an Entertaining Instrumental Music Album

Posted: Updated:
Who said classical music has to be boring? This was the question that the pianist Karen Campbell made when creating the album “Ayaguan” where in an entertaining way and keeping the interest at all times, she presents a collection of songs for different musical tastes.

Miami, FL, June 11, 2014 – (Minaya PR) Who said classical music has to be boring? This was the question that the pianist Karen Campbell made when creating the album “Ayaguan” where in an entertaining way and keeping the interest at all times, she presents a collection of songs for different musical tastes.

“Ayaguan” has become a cornerstone for connoisseurs of good music and even more when the classical elements with the flavor and color of the African essence presented at the Latin American folklore, especially in the Colombian coast merge.

Thirteen songs make up this musical gem totally inspired by Karen piano composition with combinations of drums and colors of the Colombian producer and her husband Francisco Llanos, who cared to bring good music to people’s ears.

The titles are the name of the disk Ayaguan the first single inspired by butterfly kisses “Buttefly Kisses”, continue with “Pacific”, “In Due Time”, “Searching” on both sung in Spanish by Fredda versions and English by Robin Stine, “La Rose Noire”, “In Your Absense”, “Dix-Huit”, “Ilva”, “Sayena ‘Eno”, “For you (Mama)” and “The Actress” Sandra told by Eichler .

Media Contact
Company Name: Minaya PR
Contact Person: Jhonny Minaya
Email: Send Email
Phone: 3059152596
Address:2482 SW 156 CT, Apt/Suite
City: Miami
State: Florida
Country: United States
Website: www.minayapr.com

Source: www.abnewswire.com

ReleaseID: 12476

  • Training Aimed At Building Stronger Cases Against Suspected Child Abusers

    Training Aimed At Building Stronger Cases Against Suspected Child Abusers

    Friday, July 25 2014 12:10 AM EDT2014-07-25 04:10:34 GMT
    Several dozen professionals are taking part in a two day training seminar put on by the Department Of Family Protective Services. The professionals are learning techniques that will help them make better cases against those suspected of child abuse.More >>
    Several dozen professionals are taking part in a two day training seminar put on by the Department Of Family Protective Services. The professionals are learning techniques that will help them make better cases against those suspected of child abuse.More >>
  • Man Indicted For Fatal Punch

    Man Indicted For Fatal Punch

    Friday, July 25 2014 12:07 AM EDT2014-07-25 04:07:27 GMT
    A Nueces County grand jury has indicated a man accused of fatally punching another man at a local strip club in April of this year. The victim later died from his injuries.More >>
    A Nueces County grand jury has indicated a man accused of fatally punching another man at a local strip club in April of this year. The victim later died from his injuries.More >>
  • Minimum Wage - Does it Make Cents?

    Minimum Wage - Does it Make Cents?

    Friday, July 25 2014 12:03 AM EDT2014-07-25 04:03:27 GMT
    By executive order, President Obama is increasing the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10. The President hopes to have the private sector follow suit with the pay increase. Meanwhile, the debate continues as to whether the increase would actually help or hinder American workers and our economy.We examine three reasons the increase is good, and three reasons it is not so good in a 3News Special Report: Minimum Wage - Does it Make Cents?More >>
    By executive order, President Obama is increasing the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10. The President hopes to have the private sector follow suit with the pay increase. Meanwhile, the debate continues as to whether the increase would actually help or hinder American workers and our economy.We examine three reasons the increase is good, and three reasons it is not so good in a 3News Special Report: Minimum Wage - Does it Make Cents?More >>