A children´s production also suitable for grown ups – lyrics and songs so well written and with great humour – style from rock – latin – ballads. Lyrics are challenging and funny expressions. Mostly produced with acoustic instruments – listen and learn – most commended! Will soon bring you in a better mood J
This CD contains all the classical children songs recorded in the 1960s, 70s and 80s. Songs like "Erinarsorniarta" and "Usiarpoq Usiarpoq" and many others are some of the most famous children's songs in Greenland. Not many children's CDs have been made in Greenland so it's a really good initiative of KNR to collect 35 children's songs from their archives for this encouraging children's CD. The recordings are older, but the sound on the CD creates cozy and has its charm.
1 ULLUP NUTAAJUSUP QAAMMALERNERA
2 KIA ILIMAGAA
4 KULLOQ ILLIT
8 NUANNEQ NIPERPUT
9 KIKKUT MAKKU
10 ILLUARAQ QISUMMIT SANAAQ
The most famous children's song in Greenland "Inuusaralu" is on this record containing children's songs mixed with traditional songs. It is a number that is always used in children's nationwide radio shows, and is one of the most wanted children's songs in Greenland's radio. The CD contains 14 tracks and was recorded in the year 1991. A cute record suitable for children and the elderly.
Atsa Andante is a children's sheet from Paamiut that Enok Poulsen has produced. The children's board contains 12 children's songs, which are sung by children from Paamiut, ranging from 1st grade to 8th grade students. It is a cute children's record containing music recorded by Enok Poulsen himself and Manasse Moller on bass and guitar. The children's songs are new and exclusively for children. On the track list you can see that the record contains Greenlandic and Danish songs.
FAM is one of the most popular children's albums in Greenland ever. It contains all the classics such as "Issittaajaa", "Sialualaarluni" and "Soralumma ujatsiutai" just to name a few as you know from the kindergarten. The CD was produced back in 1980 and has not been on the street for years, and now it has finally been reprinted after high demand.
Jan Hilmar, who released his debut album "Hulter til Bulter" is now out with the sequel "Dyt Dyt Botswana", which again is the ideal family album. The numbers contain funny lyrics and good melodies that everyone can sing on. There is good humor and the music itself is beautifully acoustic and listenable. This album is one of the year's best children's releases, and it's just as popular as Jan Hilmar's debut album, so it's a pleasure to get this happy album.
Angajo Lennert-Sandgreen and his friend Frederik K. Elsner celebrating 10 years as childrens hero named HINNARIK. This time singing wellknown Christmas songs for children adding new songs. A guest visiting (Heidinnguaq Jensen) performing her own produced song showing an upcoming talent. Hinnarik is again most creative and songs are well composted with new funny ideas – surely popular among children.(2014)