Tango Ladino, Un sueño

Keren Esther

After the albums "A la una yo naci" (Vde-Gallo label) and "Fuente Nueva" (Editions of the EIJM), Keren Esther records her 3rd album, Tango Ladino, Un sueño, with Sefardi songs as well as tangos.

Keren Esther continues her identity quest, always delving into the Judeo-Spanish universe of her childhood. She discovers, on the way, the place of Tango in the Tangier family universe.
It did not take more to Keren Esther for her curiosity to be stoked! The direction of her third album was given. But which paths to take? It is the story of this record that honors these two lands of welcome that were Morocco and Argentina.
This third album is especially dear to Keren Esther that a part of her family emigrated in the 50s, from Morocco to Argentina. The album is also an opportunity for the singer to give birth to her first song whose arrangement is signed by the Argentine guitarist Narciso Saul like the rest of the album. A real work of creation magnified by the bandoneon of Gaëlle Poirier.


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  • Klaro del Diya

  • Caminito

  • Volver

  • Skalerika de oro

  • Un sueño

  • Ir me kero

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