This life of Jorge Celedón is the anthem of quarantine worldwide
Did you know that Vallenato is among the most listened to genres in Colombia? It is an autochthonous musical genre of the Caribbean Region of Colombia, mainly from its coasts with its origin in the old province of Padilla; is a very characteristic genre of traditional vallenato is that it can be played with only three “3” instruments that do not require any amplification: two percussion instruments (the box and the guacharaca), which set the rhythm, and the diatonic accordion ( of European origin) with which the melody is interpreted; However, there are songs that are composed or performed with other instruments such as: the guitar, the flute, the bagpipe, the chromatic accordion and the harmonica, and it must also be emphasized that commercial vallenato is common not only the incorporation of the instruments previously mentioned, but also the use of electric bass and other percussion, such as congas and timpani.
Among the artists who transmit their musical themes to their public, in this genre we have Jorge Celedón, who is a vallenato artist, who with his music and charisma has represented Colombians; when he arrived with his symphonic parrandón to all homes last Sunday with his historic concert in the arena of Monterrey, Mexico; being the first and only artist of the genre that has appeared on this stage, obtaining great acceptance by his followers who find in his songs a voice of encouragement in this quarantine due to the Covid-19 that hit worldwide.
His recognized hit “ESTA VIDA” is in the top five “5” of the most listened to vallenatos on YouTube. It is a commemorative song that has become the quarantine anthem of the world.
“When you record a song you don’t know how far it can go … At this moment this song has become the encouragement for many people, as the teacher #FacundoCabral said” .. “By the grace of the Lord, my song walks alone, it reaches my brothers when it has to arrive, my song has no problems, I believe in eternity. “This message was published by Celedón on his social networks after being performed by the choir of the Cervantes library in Shanghai, China.
The interpretation in the Mandarin and Spanish languages of the Choir of the Cervantes library in Shanghai, is one of the many versions made of this musical theme called “ESTA VIDA” in different languages and countries. Currently this song has more than six “6” million views on YouTube and is in the top five “5” of the most listened to vallenatos, offering a message of hope and faith, and more in these difficult times for all its followers.
Jorge Celedón is preparing to release soon, new news about his most recent production “Sigo Cantando Al Amor” The Song “ESTA VIDA” is available on all digital platforms so that you can listen to it either alone or in company and enjoy a carefree or fun moment.