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Que Florezca! (Let It Bloom)
©1996 Sones de México Ensemble, Inc.

THIS TITLE IS OUT OF PRINT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. YOU MAY STILL BUY IT
AS A DIGITAL DOWNLOAD BY CLICKING ON THE LINKS #1, #2 OR #3 BELOW

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4. Order it by mail (not available)
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6. Buy it at one of our shows (not avail.

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7. Read production notes
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Music Director, Víctor Pichardo
Produced by Juan Díes, Stuart Rosenberg and Sones de Mexico Ensemble
Recorded at the BatCave in Skokie, IL


This signaled the birth of the band. Some see it as the more traditional of their CDs. The CD explores Mexican ethnicity using an Aztec cosmology that explores the four sacred elements of nature: Air, Water, Fire, and Earth while exploring the indigenous, European, and African roots of Mexican músic.



Fandango On 18th St

©1996 Sones de México Ensemble, Inc.

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1. Buy it online
___(Listen to free samples)
2. Download it from iTunes
___(Listen to free samples)
3. Download it from another outlet
4. Order it by mail
5. Find it at a retailer
6. Buy it at one of our shows

___ LEARN MORE ABOUT IT
7. Read production notes
8. View song lyrics & translations
9. See photos & videos from this CD
10. Read reviews.
Music Director, Víctor Pichardo
Produced by Juan Díes, Chris Greene and Sones de Mexico Ensemble
Recorded at Alien Soundscapes, Chicago, IL


Fandango is all-danceable from beginning to end. The concept takes you to a fandango dance fiesta taking place on Chicago’s 18th Street, which runs through the middle one of the city’s Mexican neighborhoods. Friends of the band make guests appearances including Mono Blanco, Guillermo Velazquez, David Haro, John Rice, Bohola, a brass ensemble with players from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and more. The result is a dance fiesta that takes you to many rhythms you did not know you could dance.



Esta Tierra Es Tuya (This Land Is Your Land)
©2007 Sones de México Ensemble, Inc.
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1. Buy it online
___(Listen to free samples)
2. Download it from iTunes
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3. Download it from another outlet
4. Order it by mail
5. Find it at a retailer
6. Buy it at one of our shows

___ LEARN MORE ABOUT IT
7. Read production notes
8. View song lyrics
9. See photos & videos from this CD
10. Read reviews.
Music Director, Víctor Pichardo
Produced by Juan Díes and Sones de Mexico Ensemble
Recorded at the Chicago Recording Company (CRC), Chicago, IL


An immigrant’s musical manifesto: uses over 50 instruments to create all-original arrangements that range from the traditional and experimental, from true-to-tradition huapangos and son jarocho to new hybrids of rock, classical and folk.


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Posters are available by mail order only. Send a letter with:

(a) Your name and address (print clearly),
(b) Name and quantity of the poster you want, and
(c) a check or money order payable to Sones de México Ensemble.

Include the total price for the posters plus $3.50/ea. for postage and handling. Posters will be sent by USPS and rolled up securely in a mailing tube. If you send us your email address we will send you a notice when we ship it out. Allow 2-6 weeks for delivery.
 


Mexican instruments poster (20'' x 14'') $5.00/ea. (IL residents add $0.45 sales tax)
(comes with a guide to the names of all instruments)

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Esta Tierra es Tuya Poster (12'' x 18'') $5.00/ea. ( IL residents add $0.45 sales tax)
 
Band Poster (12'' x 18'')
$5.00/ea. ( IL residents add $0.45 sales tax)
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