The most relaxing music,
inspired by Canary Islands
Seven spectacular videos that allow you to feel
really close to Canary Islands nature.
Each video contains a melody accompanied by a different landscape from
the archipelago of the seven Canary Islands. Each piece is centred around meditation
and relaxation. A way to escape, find peace and connect with
nature in the most harmonious way. Wherever and whenever.
Choose your moment and play Canaryfulness.
Will it be your new soundtrack when you want to disconnect?
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Breathe deeply and imagine that you are
walking along the fine sand of a solitary,
exotic beach at sunset. Güigüi Beach.
Special Nature Reserve.
Performance of 'El Rancho
de Ánimas de Arbejales'.
timple, vocals (Fabiola Socas).
Discover peaceful greens and the relaxing sound
of the stream hidden within the forest. El Cedro.
Garajonay National Park.
and World Heritage.
Performance of 'El Baile del Tambor'
'silbo gomero' (local style of whistling).
Focus your attention on striking cliffs
and rocks surrounded by the intense blue
of the Atlantic Ocean...
And just go with it.
Anaga Rural Park.
Performance of 'El Tanganillo'.
timple ('Malagueña' rhythm).
Feel the energy and silence of an enigmatic
landscape that transports you to another world.
El Cuervo Volcano.
Los Volcanes Natural Park.
Performance of 'El Rancho de
Pascua de Teguise'.
stones, limpet shells and swords.
Imagine a sea of clouds gently
caressing the crests of mountains
covered in thick forest.
La Caldera de Taburiente
Performance of 'El Sirinoque'.
vocals (the sound of the voice).
See the sun rise amongst dunes of white sand with
the soft whisper of the wind and the ocean in the background. Corralejo Natural Park.
Performance of 'La Malagueña
de los Novios'.
'bucio' (seashell), vocals (Fabiola Socas).
Dive into a natural pool of transparent
water, where the sea and the rocks
combine to create an amazing sound.
El Charco Azul.
Performance of 'El Santo Domingo',
variant I of 'El Pinar' ('Baile de la Virgen').
Instruments: 'pito herreño' (local type of flute).