Other recordings

DOCUMENTARY MUSIC (2015)

CREDITS: COMPOSER, ARRANGER, PIANIST

A composition I wrote for a documentary directed by Santiago Ardila, which narrates a tragic story about some flamencos who could not come back to their habitat in La Guajira (Colombia) because of human violence. When they could finally return a man decided to alter the course of the Pereveres river to water his African Palm crops, draining the Camarones lagoon and causing a terrible social and ecological damage to the region.

“Desolación Rosa” (Juan Andrés Ospina)

A composition I wrote for another documentary directed by Santiago Ardila, about the emotional story of a countryside man in Colombia and his caring relationship to his cow “Fortuna”.

“Fortuna” (Juan Andrés Ospina)


MARTA GÓMEZ

“El corazón y el sombrero” (Cantos de agua dulce, 2012)

CREDITS: GUEST PIANIST IN 3 TRACKS

Marta-Gómez

Marta Gómez dedicated his CD “El corazón y el sombrero” to the great Spanish poet Federico Garcia Lorca. I had the opportunity to play in three of the tunes of this beautiful album.

“Canción del naranjo seco” (Marta Gómez)

“Y después” (Marta Gómez)

“Murió el amanecer” (Marta Gómez)
Another beautiful Zamba written by Marta Gómez. For this take I improvised a piano solo intro, she told me to play something in the style of the movie ‘Diarios de motocicleta’.

Marta Gómez, voice
Juan Andrés Ospina, piano
Yulia Musayelyan, flute
Juancho Herrera, guitar
Fernando Huergo, electric bass
Franco Pinna, drums


BANDA MAGDA

“Banda Magda EP” (2010)

CREDITS: PIANIST IN THE SONG “PETITE MALINE”

bandamagda

“Petite Maline” (Magda Giannikou)
A very beautiful song by my talented friend Magda Giannikou that we have performed many times live as a duo.

Magda Giannikou, voice, accordion
Juan Andrés Ospina, piano


LUISA SOBRAL

“My Funny Clementine EP” (2010)

CREDITS: PIANIST, ARRANGER, CO-PRODUCER”

My funny Clementine Luisa Sobra

“La vie en Rose” (Louiguy, arr. Juan Andrés Ospina)
An arrangement I wrote of the famous song ‘La vie en rose’, and which we recorded in New York in January 29 2010).

Luisa Sobral, voice
Juan Andrés Ospina, piano/arrangement
Petros Klampanis, bass
Keita Ogawa drums