Discography

There is something very special related to my first album “No Te Entregues Nunca” that I wish to share with all of you.

Soon after my career initiated, the company “Diapasón” offered to produce this album for me. But because I was a newcomer, they informed me that they would not be able to invest too much of their money. They committed themselves in providing all of the technical aspects, which were to include the recording studio, the printing and the distribution of the album. But, I was responsible for providing the musicians and the director of the orchestra. During this time in my life, I too was unable to afford such expenses. I wondered who could help me? So with all my innocence, impulses and hopes and dreams of a young girl, I decided to unite the three best musicians of Buenos Aires and ask them for this favor.

I remember there was a moment of stillness amongst them. The three of them looked at each other in silence. Minutes after, they smiled and said: “of course “Piba” it would be very nice to be a part of your first dream.”

They recorded the most incredible and beautiful musical background to my songs, without interruptions or rehearsing, improvising the way only they knew how.

Later as I grew older, I came to realize what a beautiful and heartfelt gift of love, kindness and friendship they gave me in helping me initiate my very first steps in this very difficult career.

Thank you very much Maestros
Enrique Mario Francini, Antonio Agri and Nestor Marconi for your gift.


Argentina,
My First Professional Record,
“No Te Entregues Nunca”
Enrique Mario Francini
Antonio Agri
Nestor Marconi


Argentina,
“La Musica en Vivo y en Directo”


Argentina,
“En Los Brazos de Mamá”


Argentina,
“Cantando a La Noche Buena”


Argentina,
“Musica Joven”


“Romance de Enero”


“Como Esta Licenciado”


Mexico, New Version of
“Como Esta Licenciado”


Mexico,
“No Llores Por Mi Argentina”


Mexico,
“Idolos de la Balada Vol.3”


Mexico,
“Idolos de la Balada Argentina”


Mexico,
“Asi Canta Argentina Vol.1”


Mexico,
“Los Mejores Baladistas”