Nana – an Andalusian lullaby
And then came Nana, one of the most beautiful lullabies ever written. Heard from the composer by his own mother when he was a child, Nana is an Andalusian song, as tender and soothing in the words as it is sad in the melody.
The piano sets of the cradling movement intertwining the rhythms between left and right hand:
Here’s the link to Conchita Supervia’s performance.
Duérmete, niño, duerme,
Duerme mi alma,
De la mañana.
Sleep, child, sleep,
Sleep, my soul,
Sleep, little ray
Of morning light.
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