Latin Roots: Canciones De Cuna : World Cafe These well-loved Latin lullabies are frequently passed down from grandmothers to babies.

Latin Roots: Canciones De Cuna

Latin Roots: Canciones De Cuna

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Raul Midón's lullaby "Duérmete Mi Niño" is featured on this episode of Latin Roots. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Raul Midón's lullaby "Duérmete Mi Niño" is featured on this episode of Latin Roots.

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Song List

  • Raul Midón & Leo Quintero, "Duérmete Mi Niño"
  • Bola de Nieve, "Drume Negrita"

In World Cafe's newest Latin Roots segment, Rachel Faro returns to discuss lullabies, or canciones de cuna. Many of these songs are passed down from grandmothers to babies and end up becoming songs that everyone knows. Faro will play a couple of examples, and then you can explore her Spotify playlist if you truly need to drift off to sleep.