Francisco GARZÓN CÉSPEDES y José Victor MARTÍNEZ GIL
The classical guitars played in this piece were made by Mariano Conde (www.marianoconde.com) Dedicated to: Francisco Garzón Céspedes (Cuba, Spain) and José Victor Martínez Gil (México, Spain) Genre: Worldmusic (instrumental, melancholic, melodic) Music: Una Lengua Infinita (World) Classical Guitar: Mabel Castillo (Spain) Flute: Giulia Cacciavillani (Italy) Cello: Jiro Yoshioka (Japan, Germany) Rhythm Guitar and Bass: Udo Lampe (Spain, Germany) Piano: Anastassia Zdvizhkova (Ukraine) Drums: Itunu Odetokun (Nigeria) Percussion: Larry Salzman (USA) Percussion in the video: Dieter Lampe and Maria del Mar Lampe-Ridao Sound: Jan Stahlmann (Germany) The song is instrumental. However, it is a homage to the two oral storytelling artists and poets that contributed all verses to the album. One of them is represented by the flute and the other by the cello. The listener may follow their story that is accompanied by the other instruments of the full band. However, the real protagonist is the classical guitar, mastered by Madrid´s music conservatory graduated Mabel Castillo, representing life itself. In the video, the musicians can be observed during the recording process, a representative of the whole album.