Francisco Gabilondo Soler

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Francisco Gabilondo Soler, Cri-Cri, El Grillito Cantor, (Cri-Cri, The Singing Little Cricket) (Orizaba, Veracruz, 1907 -Texcoco, 1990) was an important Mexican composer of children's songs.

Gabilondo Soler, wrote hundreds of songs. He was on the air for 27 years, and his nickname, Cri-Cri, a child's expression for cricket in Spanish, became a household word. Francisco Gabilondo Soler

Some of his songs are:

El Negrito Sandia; La Orquesta De Animales; Caminito De La Escuela; El Ropero; La Mariposa; Pobre Cucu; Metete Tete; La Cotorra Viajera; Coro De Las Chicharras; La Patita; Rusiana; Un Negrito BailarĂ­n; Fiesta De Los Zapatos; El Baile De Los Munecos; El Venadito; Pollitos Jardineros; El Velador; El Perrito; Ratoncitos Paseadores; El Burrito; Mosquitos Trompeteros; El Peluquero; El Borreguito; Marcha De Las Letras; La Merienda; Di Porque; El Conejo Turista; El Reloj; La Negrita Cucurumbe; La Sirenita; Solfeo De Los Patos; El Raton Vaquero; etc.

Cri-Cri's songs, became fables of sorts that had an entertainment aspect and also an educational aspect.

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